Welcome to the third installation of the The Rewind, a blog series in which I field test some of the most interesting film cameras that come across my desk at Camera West.[...]
The Hasselblad 501CM is a medium format SLR camera that makes 6x6 cm images on 120 or 220 film. It accepts interchangeable film backs and leaf shutter Carl Zeiss lenses, as well as a variety of prism finders and other accessories. Hasselblad produced the 501CM from 1997 to 2005...[...]
Experience Italy with a native of the region who is a working artist and two seasoned professional photographers. We'll enjoy plenty of time for photography and lessons in light, balance and composition. Discussions on post production, your interests, food and wine will occupy our spare time![...]
Overall this is a great revision to the X-E series of cameras. I really enjoyed my time with the camera, although it was short as I was only able to use it during the day....[...]
For years Yosemite was my home—three years to be exact. It was in Yosemite where my love for film began. I pretty much left digital behind for my personal work. Being limited to a couple rolls made me a more intentional photographer. Since I wasn’t taking as many shots, I also spent less time behind a camera which allowed me to truly experience what I was photographing. Experience is essential when you’re surrounded by that kind of beauty.