To say that I fell hard for the Hasselblad and Polaroid back combo would be an understatement. I was one of those rare photographers who did not care to own a Hasselblad before I tried the Polaroid back. I knew, and feared, that the one thing that might make me change my mind about it would be borrowing the back. And I was right. In the last week, I've wondered what I could sell to afford a Hasselblad (Canon 24-70, anyone?) and scoured KEH for cheap parts to build a system from. It's probably not going to happen in a while, but I think that'll be my next camera (or I might spend $200 and get a beat up RB67 and Polaroid back). In the meantime, I'll have to work on the sharpness, maybe by cleaning the rollers.
And for good measure, some fun portraits I made of my Italian boy with the not-so-Italian-looking Barilla boy. He's not as adorable as the little Barilla boy, but he's close.
Hasselblad 500c // Fuji FP-100C (color) and FP-100B (b&w)