Hasselblad V Series Images

I thought I'd try to encourage members to post more images by starting this dedicated thread for our (recent?) Hasselblad V series images.

I hope the administrators here have no objections but if they do then obviously please feel free to delete.



Chios, Greece. 50mm CFi, Velvia 100, 1/60sec f11. Scanned on ancient Epson flatbed.
 

polypal

New Member
Keith and Christian,

Thanks for these images.

Keith the forum does not encourage links because after time these often proof to be out of order.
Thanks for uploading your image.

Christian,

Is this guy trying to break all his bones or is this image the product of hard work with PS?

Paul
 

polypal

New Member
Keith,

I understand your point of view regarding control over your images.
The idea from forum management is to prevent a site where lots of images are lost after time.

If for any reason you wish a post with images to be removed just mention it to me.


Paul
 

polypal

New Member
Christian,

Both you and the skate boarder deserve my unlimited respect.
Sorry the thought of PS came up. The shot and the act from this skate boarder are exceptional.
Keep up the good work!

Paul
 
It's very interesting seeing the variety of work produced with the V series, both film and digital capture.




Chios, Greece. 80mm, Velvia 100, 1/30sec f11.
 

polypal

New Member
Hi Keith,

Amazing we have not yet found a Greek photographer who participates in the Calendar Project.
Judging by your images from Greece they have got it all!

Paul
 
Hi Keith,

Amazing we have not yet found a Greek photographer who participates in the Calendar Project.
Judging by your images from Greece they have got it all!

Paul
Thanks for the thought Paul, but for the moment I want to keep these and other similar images free from use.

The Calendar Project is very interesting and I wish all who participate in it much success.
 

polypal

New Member
Thanks for the thought Paul, but for the moment I want to keep these and other similar images free from use.

The Calendar Project is very interesting and I wish all who participate in it much success.

Keith, of course I understand and respect your decision.

I am truly amazed at the sight of these colorful images.
It surprises me that we do not have a Greek participant who sees these kind of subjects
as an excellent opportunity to participate in Jürgens Project.

Paul
 

christian_r

New Member
:)

Yes, it has temporarly taken the nick "my beauty" :) ,

she's luckily alright with that ;-)

Maybe I should call it "My precious ? :)
 
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