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Outside the studio and in the streets

Outside the studio and in the streets

We went inside. An empty school bus was picked up by a tornado filled with the edges of a terrible hall, and we wandered the empty streets of Chinatown until late in the evening. For two short weeks, I couldn’t be happier.

Was in New York City. I was isolated in my upstairs apartment, depressed and restless. I was anxious to do something creative. Thankfully, the Hasselblad X1D II 50C arrived for review, as well as approval from the head of the studio for a socially distant, outdoor shoot.

Taking photos of the world (flowers, buildings, and so on) would waste the 10,000 10,000 camera kit. Instead, my friend and I worked together on a fun, small project: we shot portraits inspired by our favorite movies.

Hasselblad X1D II shot list

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Equipped with a mask and a bottle of hand sanitizer, we put the X1D II 50C and 80mm f / 1.9 lens (ideal for getting close without actually getting close) into some of NYC’s lesser-known backdrops.

Before you get in any trouble for the last photo – Alex And Jason There are professional stuntmen, a rubber prop gun. They were revisiting many scenes Inferior cases – A great piece of Hong Kong cinema (far better than the Scorsese remake).

Although with some upgrades (larger, more responsive rear screen, a clean-up menu, tethering capabilities, faster start time, and shutter release), the camera is a bit more accessible in cost and ease of use, the X1D II is essentially Is. Like its ancestors. So I skipped the standard review. Hasselblad X1D II 50C Hasselblad X1D II 50C

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What it is, what it is not.

The most common complaints about the X1D were its slow autofocus, slow shutter release, and short battery life. The X1D II improved on these features, though not much. Instead of looking backward as an obstacle, I slowly brainstormed for a more mindful shooting style (a pleasant side effect).

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As I said My X1D review, Apple and other smartphone makers have made it easy to shoot great pictures. As such, accessibility has created a culture of overcoming too many everyday shortcomings. You will shoot far more than you will ever need. That’s what I’m guilty of. Too many pictures of my iPhone camera roll are too small. (The other 10% are from my dog ​​, and he’s excellent photogenic.)

The X1D II, however, is not an easy camera. This is sometimes frustrating. If you are a beginner, you may have to learn the basics (ISO, F-stops, when clicking on the shutter), but the payoff is worth it. There is an overwhelming sense of satisfaction when you receive it A Shot. And at 50 megapixels, it’s packed with details and able to hang on your wall. Pulling out a lot of money for the X1D II will not make you a better photographer right away, but it should encourage you to become one.

Besides collaborative studio lights and set design, our outdoor shoots have become an exercise in refinement: W. In ebooks, it keeps wandering to find exercises (street lights, no lights ਲਾਈ sun), search for places, and change places when things are not out.

We researched, our goal was.

Take my time with this camera for two weeks: take a break and be meaningful in your actions.

The reviewed kit pre 10,595, already tax-exempt:
Hasselblad X1D II 50C Mirrorless Camera -, 5,750
Hasselblad 80mm F / 1.9 XCD lens -, 4,845

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