Another roll of film! More expired Portra, so the green tint is there again. The older/more expired the Portra is, the more green you seem to get. At least, that’s my experience. But, I could be way off 🙂
What impresses me about the Hasselblad 501CM is the sharpness of the lenses. I don’t add any sharpening–actually, I don’t add anything at all, these are straight from the scanner, just scaled down to 50% for web viewing–and there is a ton of detail in the girls, the grass, and the leaves of the tree. It really is something to behold. Every time I get annoyed with how bit and bulky the Hasselblad is, I look at the shots I get from it and I fall in love all over again.
I even passed the camera off to Megan for a quick shot. She handled her first-ever Hasselblad shot like a champ! Too bad her subject was a little ugly 🙂
Fargo is such an exciting (did I just say exciting?) place, that there are always shots to take. Yeah, that isn’t true, it’s a bit dull. I’m happy to be back in the Twin Cities, to be honest. But my time in Fargo was another experience, and another state I can say I have lived in (What others, do you ask? Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, New York, Texas, California, and North Dakota. Whew, that’s a lot!) and on the whole I didn’t dislike Fargo too much 🙂
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