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Old 04-08-2017   #1
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Post Your HASSELBLAD portraits!

While I await for my own portrait(s) to share, I am interested in how you compose with the "magic square", and how you handle the newer 4:3 format.

Let's start our own "Post your Hasselblad Portraits!" Thread, shall we?
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Just uploaded one recently!

Kodak Tri-X 400, pulled to 100.



I guess I try to create a balance of shape and colour in this "magic square".

I love the Hasselblad ��
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Very nice, Sara!

I too, love the Magic Square by Hassy!
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A lot of people don't like square but it's my favorite format for most shooting.
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Tried it one time and it was so sharp as to be hideous. 150 lens

Got out my diffusion screen and used it for 25% of the enlarging exposure.

Hassy soft focus #1 is far stronger, but it has applications. Forget the correct term for it, but it is plastic with bubbles and very soft.
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Hasselblad & Portraits, yep... have some to share!



Hasselblad 2000FCM | Carl Zeiss 110mm F2 F | Rollei RPX 25




Hasselblad H2 | HC 100mm F2.2 | Kodak Ektar 100



Hasselblad 2000FCM | Carl Zeiss 110mm F2 F | Ilford Delta 100



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Very nice, Sara!

I too, love the Magic Square by Hassy!

Thanks Dave! I do really like 6x6 and these days planning to shoot more medium format as well!
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Dominic, thank you for posting. I like your soft portraits! And I like your website, it is interesting to see your H2 images as well. Thanks!

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Hasselblad & Portraits, yep... have some to share!

Hasselblad 2000FCM | Carl Zeiss 110mm F2 F | Rollei RPX 25
Hasselblad H2 | HC 100mm F2.2 | Kodak Ektar 100
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Hasselblad 2000FCM | Carl Zeiss 110mm F2 F | Konica Minolta Centuria PRO 400
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Outstanding, DK! Thanks for the motivation to ¨unpack¨ my H1 & HC 100 2.2. and to load some Ektar :-) cheers


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Hasselblad & Portraits, yep... have some to share!

Hasselblad 2000FCM | Carl Zeiss 110mm F2 F | Rollei RPX 25
Hasselblad H2 | HC 100mm F2.2 | Kodak Ektar 100
Hasselblad 2000FCM | Carl Zeiss 110mm F2 F | Ilford Delta 100
Hasselblad 2000FCM | Carl Zeiss 110mm F2 F | Konica Minolta Centuria PRO 400
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Dominic, thank you for posting. I like your soft portraits! And I like your website, it is interesting to see your H2 images as well. Thanks!
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Outstanding, DK! Thanks for the motivation to ¨unpack¨ my H1 & HC 100 2.2. and to load some Ektar :-) cheers
Thank you thank you! Hopefully I can share more, once I upload on Flickr!
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I rarely do portraiture, but I got this one of my daughter last year.



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Recent work in China. Just uploaded onto Flickr



Hasselblad 203FE | Carl Zeiss 110mm F2 FE | Fuji Acros 100
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All 203FE. Top four with the 80mm/2.8. The Third may be with a Proxar. The Fifth is with the 120/4 Makro-Planar.
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All 203FE. Top four with the 80mm/2.8. The Third may be with a Proxar. The Fifth is with the 120/4 Makro-Planar.
Awesome! Like the tones!
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Hasselblad 203FE | Carl Zeiss 110mm F2 FE | SuperPan 200



Hasselblad 203FE | Carl Zeiss 110mm F2 FE | Kodak 400 CN




Hasselblad 203FE | Carl Zeiss 110mm F2 FE | Kodak Vision3 50D

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Nicely done, DK!
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Hasselblad 500 C/M, Zeiss Planar T* 80mm f/2.8 CF, Kodak 400TX.


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Nicely done! Love Kodak film! Here's a recent frame with Bergger Pancro 400 film. It's a beautiful film to try if anyone hasn't yet.


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Nicely done! Love Kodak film! Here's a recent frame with Bergger Pancro 400 film. It's a beautiful film to try if anyone hasn't yet.
Thanks! Lovely grey tones with that Bergger, I'll have to add it to my list of films to try.
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The next frame after the last image I posted. Same camera, lens, and film: Hasselblad 500 C/M, Zeiss Planar T* 80mm f/2.8 CF, Kodak 400TX.


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Hasselblad 500 C/M, Zeiss Planar T* 80mm f/2.8 CF, Ilford HP5+.


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Alesia by David, on Flickr
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Ah, Portra...

Very nice!

My apologies for being "out of touch", life gets in the way sometimes. Only in the last week have I been able to look at my own Hasselbkad V images and start processing them. You guys are inspiring!!!! Thank you!

It does seem that my world of formats is converging now, and I feel comfortable and confident with both. The end use is my major concern now... and I believe that has been sorted out.

Lovely images, keep 'em coming!
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Hasselblad & Portraits, yep... have some to share!



Hasselblad 2000FCM | Carl Zeiss 110mm F2 F | Rollei RPX 25




Hasselblad H2 | HC 100mm F2.2 | Kodak Ektar 100



Hasselblad 2000FCM | Carl Zeiss 110mm F2 F | Ilford Delta 100



Hasselblad 2000FCM | Carl Zeiss 110mm F2 F | Konica Minolta Centuria PRO 400

Dom,

Your use of various films is intriguing. It seems you find the signature of each emulsion with ease!

I am almost ready to try Kodak Vision 3 film... I will have some questions for you soon! Until then, keep showing me how it is done! Much appreciated!
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Hasselblad 500 C/M, Zeiss Planar T* 80mm f/2.8 CF, Kodak 400TX, developed in LegacyPro L110 at 1:31 for 6.5 minutes.


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W. Eugene Smith once commented "Fisheye lenses are difficult to use intelligently". I would agree with that completely. Here is one instance, where I do think it works for me.
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Hasselblad 500 C/M, Zeiss Planar T* 80mm f/2.8 CF, Kodak 400TX, developed in LegacyPro L110 at 1:31 for 6.5 minutes.


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