Back in April and May of 2017 (last year as I write now) I wrote about my experiences researching the two new 100mp offerings from Phase One and Hasselblad, the Phase One XF camera with IQ3-100 digital back and the Hasselblad H6D-100… and how I chose which one to buy to upgrade from my ageing Hasselblad H4D-60.
To summarise the results of that research, I chose the the Phase One XF and IQ3-100, for details of the process you can read about it HERE>>
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This image was shot just on the way out of the Desert Queens Bath campsite a few minutes after sunrise. If you click on the image you will be able to see more detail of the track leading in at the bottom of the ridge. Rudell River National Park is extremely isolated and you need to be pretty self sufficient and confident of your vehicle and driving skills, it’s also stunningly beautiful, especially in the early morning and evening when the soft light makes the hard country of the Pilbara look more gentle, soft even… It’s not.
This image was shot on the Sony A7-r and is a 20 odd image stitch