The Hasselblad as the ultimate portrait camera. Add a 150mm or 180mm lens and you just can't go wrong.

Lou. ©2012 Kirk Tuck

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One of the original Craftsy Photo Classes and 
still one of the best! 

I met Lance a couple of weeks ago in Denver
and found him to be really fun and knowledgeable 
this class reflects what he teaches in hands-on
workshops in Ireland and Iceland, as well as 
cool places around the U.S.

How to make what we shoot into a cohesive
train of visual thought.


Robert Hudyma said...

Don't forget the 100mm Zeiss Planar and the 120mm Zeiss Makro-Planar. Both are outstanding lenses for Wedding photography, Figure photography and Portraiture.

Given a choice, the 100mm Planar would be permanently attached to my Hasselblad.

And, Kodak T-Max or Portra would be in the film back.

Wolfgang Lonien said...

You're right Kirk - this is just beautiful.

Steve Mack said...

That's it?! You aren't going to write any more? I really, really like reading your Hasselblad articles. I've been lusting after a Hasselblad for years, and I was looking forward to something to read today. Oh, well. Maybe tomorrow.

With best regards,