18 Sep Shooting in the Glendalough National Park with a Fuji X-Pro2 and a Hasselblad
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I recently had the opportunity to borrow a friends Hasselblad, and so in order to make the most out of it, I headed to one of my favourite places in the country, Glendalough. I haven’t shot with a medium format film camera before, and I didn’t want to waste too much film, so I brought my X-Pro2 with me aswell, and actually ended up shooting most of the images on that.
In addition to shooting stills, my wife decided to film my progress too, and so I put it together into this little video, which we’re quite proud of. It was shot by mounting a GoPro onto of a GH2 which was in turn put on a Gorilla pod, which was wrapped around the arm of my wife’s wheelchair. It was funny to look at but it worked really well. We actually shot about 2 hours of footage between the two cameras, and it took me a while to edit it all, but I’m happy with the result. Considering we didn’t plan any of this out, it turned out pretty well. The GoPro is a first generation and the picture quality isn’t great from it, so I did some 8mm and 16mm film emulation on the footage using film convert.
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