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    Hasselblad 903 SWC

    A friend of mine has lent me his 903 SWC for a week and I am trying to come up with things to photograph with it because it is so wide.

    Any suggestions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by david b
    A friend of mine has lent me his 903 SWC for a week and I am trying to come up with things to photograph with it because it is so wide.

    Any suggestions?
    Hey! it is only a 38mm on a 6x6 format!

    My 110mm SS XL Aspheric on my 8 x 10 --- NOW THAT IS WIDE!

    Go out, level the camera and shoot some landscapes.
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    David, with were you are I would run up to Rancho de Taos and shoot the church there, stop at the national cemetary north of town around sunset or sundown - it should be good. The one place you might really want to try is the Valley Grand south of Los Almos, and the red rock country near Jemez would be nice..maybe tent rocks south of SF. Post what you get...Good Luck and Good light.
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    shot subjects that include both near and far objects would be a start.

    Incorporate the uniqueness of the square. There is an excellent thread here on the square.

    I also 'bumped' it up -- it is in: APUG Forums > APUG English Forums > Equipment > Medium Format Cameras and Accessories

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