The May online issue of VICTOR went live on Friday, May 1, revealing the story behind the captivating images of four photographers.
South Africa-based photographer Michael Meyersfeld, as H3DII-39 shooter, whose advertising and personal projects are always powerfully staged, reveals real, raw facets of his ever-changing home country.
The extraordinary still-life photographs of director David Lynch, taken with a H3DII-39, reveal new aspects of his creativity, as well as his renowned abilities as a producer.
Italian photographers Ezio Prandini and Roberto Bigano will demonstrate how the elaborate multi-shot technology supports their distinctive capture techniques by increasing the resolution of their images and enabling them to produce even richer, more natural colors.
You’ll also find reports of Hasselblad’s latest technological innovations. For example, do you know why all H2D, H3D, and H3DII cameras and CFH, CF, and CFII backs with 31 and 39 megapixels are now capable of doubling their ISO? You’ll find out why, along with how to link your camera directly to the grid. Technology at its best!
With all that awaits you in the spring issue of VICTOR online, a single visit to www.victorbyhasselblad.com won’t be enough to cover it all. So if you haven’t found out what’s happening with “12 Naked Men,” an ominous chicken head, or extreme North Pole adventures, bookmark the site and come back later. In the studio, at home, on location, or even in the park - VICTOR online is ready when and where you are.