Hasselblad XPan in NYC (II)

Hasselblad XPan in NYC (II)

Matthew Osborne Photography / Mr Leica

February 2016

 

Hasselblad XPan

For my second NYC photography workshop in January 2016 I focused on using available light on location to light a model. This was normally daylight during the day then any existing light sources we could find for the night shoots.  I chose not to carry lights and the heavier bulkier Hasselblad 501 medium format camera and instead took my new Hasselblad Xpan 35mm panoramic rangefinder camera.

The Hasselblad XPan has panoramic mode (24x65mm) and shoots two 35mm frames side by side and also the standard film negative size of 35mm (24x35mm). Here are some examples using the Hasselblad XPan in New York split by film stock.

XPan Panoramic Mode (24x65mm):

35mm Kodak Eastman Double-X (5222) / Cinestill BWXX

Hasselblad XPan + BWXX
Hasselblad XPan Panoramic Landscape
Hasselblad XPan + Cinestill BWXX
Cinematic Look - Hasselblad XPan
Hasselblad XPan NYC
Cinestill BWXX / Double-X 5222
Day Dreamer  - BWXX in NYC
Hasselblad XPan Street Photography
XPan City Lights

35mm Kentmere 100 Film

Brooklyn Bridge New York Panoramic
Brooklyn Bridge XPan Panoramic
Hasselblad XPan NYC Cityscape
Brooklyn Bridge - Xpan 2
Hasselblad Xpan Testing

35mm Cinestill 800T Film

XPan + Cinestill 800T Portrait
Cinestill 800T Film Landscape
Hasselblad XPan + Cinestill 800T

35mm Kodak Portra 400 Film

Hasselblad XPan Portra Portrait
Hasselblad XPan Cityscape
Hasselblad XPan 45mm
XPan in New York
Hasselblad XPan in NYC

 

XPan Standard (Crop) Mode (24x35mm):

35mm Kodak Eastman Double-X (5222) / Cinestill BWXX

Hasselblad XPan 35mm Portrait + BWXX
Hasselblad XPan 90mm Portrait
Hasselblad XPan 90mm Portrait

35mm Cinestill 800T Film

Hasselblad XPan 90mm Portrait

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Author: matthewosbornephotography

Coventry, UK studio based Model and Wedding Photographer offering both Medium Format Film and Digital Images. 1-2-1 Photography and Lighting Tuition also available.

6 thoughts on “Hasselblad XPan in NYC (II)”

  1. Wow, the X-Pan portraits are cinematic! I love all the all scenery that is included but it helps narrate a bit of a story! The film choice is outstandingly brash. Some photographers specialize in one film, but you succeeded in using a wide array of film and these helped put texture to your environmental portraits!

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