Hasselblad Xpan Book
First time caller, long time listener, please forgive me if I make any mistakes.
I am looking for photographers, but not just any photographer, Xpan photographers. And it doesn't matter what you take photos of, I am looking for all subjects and genres.
I am currently in the process of compiling a book of Xpan images, the process started on Flickr a couple of years ago, then stalled but was rejuvenated a few months ago.
So if you have a Hasselblad Xpan and have a shot you want to show off then please get in contact with me. And if you can write, then I really want to hear from you.
There is a Flickr group for the project but at this stage if you could just email me at xpanbook at gmail.com that would be great.
Hmm, I'd want to see this. And it's coming from Melbourne, just along the blacktop...
That little pup is on my shopping list for the future (interestingly, there's one here on APUG, but alas, not going out of US/Canada...).
If it's mine, I'm willing to if you're OK with paying shipping!
(Apologies if not, or diverting the thread)
Emailed you Matthew - let me know if the project is still live
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Joe the book is now available to buy check out : http://www.blurb.com/bookstore/detail/1536982
Originally Posted by emanded
Xpan should be spelled XPan.
Originally Posted by fotodudenz
Great collection of photographs in the book.
If you like me wondered who this "Matthew" guy actually is, here is his website:
"The nineteenth century began by believing that what was reasonable was true, and it wound up by believing that what it saw a photograph of, was true.
" - William M. Ivins Jr.
"I don't know, maybe we should disinvent color, and we could just shoot Black & White.
" - David Burnett in 1978
"Analog is chemistry + physics, digital is physics + math, which ones did you like most?
Do you mean written?
Originally Posted by donbga
I received my copy of 'THE XPAN (Xpan/XPan) BOOK' in the post today and am certainly very pleased with it. I would like to thank Matthew Joseph for all the work he did in getting it printed. It inspires me to have a go at making up my own xpan book.