Medium Format Magazine – November 2019

Medium Format Magazine – November 2019

From a fascinating opening piece from Denis Hocking to an exclusive and engaging interview with Victor Hamke, the November edition of Medium Format Magazine offers 140 pages of ad-free, highly curated content you won’t find anywhere else. Denis Hocking opens the...

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PICTURES OF THE WEST: Driving South

PICTURES OF THE WEST: Driving South

The story was published in the November, 2018 edition of the Medium Format Magazine. You will find the second part "Driving North" by Benjamin Everett in the December, 2018 issue. Death Valley There was a dashed line and darkness. The headlights revealed a steep road...

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The Ingenuity and Serendipity of the Hasselblad V-System

The Ingenuity and Serendipity of the Hasselblad V-System

If someone asked us to design a home entertainment system that would be compatible with systems 60 years into the future (the year 2079), we would probably respond, “Impossible!” Not only would it be difficult to predict whether hardware would still be compatible, but...

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MF REVIEW: Fujinon GF 50mm F3.5 lens.

MF REVIEW: Fujinon GF 50mm F3.5 lens.

Portable, light and the only one you might need.  Since the introduction of the Fujifilm GFX medium format system, we have seen eight Fujinon lenses designed specifically for the GFX50S, the GFX50R and most recently the GFX100 cameras. What links them all is...

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My path to medium format photography

My path to medium format photography

For years, I have been a proponent of “the camera doesn’t matter” philosophy, engaging in multiple and sometimes fiery online debates on the subject. In my core I still believe it but my views on the subject have altered drastically over the last two years. The...

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Why the GF50mm F3.5 is such an important release.

Why the GF50mm F3.5 is such an important release.

For years medium format cameras were confined to studio spaces with occasional excursions to theme-rich locations. Medium format was a persona non grata in street or travel photography due mostly to its size and slow operation. The problem was partially solved with...

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Above and Beyond

Above and Beyond

An excerpt from the PDF Exclusive "20 Stories" by Ming Thein.  I am used to having two kinds of clients: the first type wants things that have already been done before. They don’t want to take risks because previous photographers might have over-promised and...

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