The Hasselblad H4D-60 is not really a travel camera… it being huge, heavy and not very subtle. But It’s such a lovely camera to use, and the results are nothing short of spectacular, which makes it all worth it. Its a hard camera to use quietly, as the shutter makes an almighty “thunk” which tends to echo around the space in places like Dzongs (Temple fortress of Feudal Bhutan) and temples.
This Image shot in the Thimpu Dzong on my last photo tour of Bhutan in the angled light of late afternoon as a group of Monks crossed the courtyard. Shot on the Hasselblad H4D-60 with the Hasselblad 100mm f2.2.