Originally Posted by charlesholland
Two cameras I will never part with: the Hasselblad SWC and the brooks veriwide 100.
Wideangle at its best in square and 6x10 format. Enjoy your SWC. Ps: I don't use the viewfinder: just guess. If You have to practice: try bare bow shooting first.
I'm with you there, guessing is another level of freedom.
I'm been inspired by the work of Giorgia Fiorio. She's done amazing work with the SWC, some of it might be through guessing, some probably not.
I noticed quite a bit of lens flare in my first two rolls so I bought the round shade for the SWC/M. I don't think the rectangular one is the right one for the SWC/M but would like to hear what people think.
Some cameras are special. The SWC is a special camera. I also consider the Rolleiflex 2.8f to be special, along with the Leicas, of course. I don't think I'll ever part with this camera, it's small and easy to handle, and and a lot of fun to shoot with.