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Welcome to my Wide Angle Living page - my view of the world in super wide angle. All photos taken with my Hasselblad Xpan camera.
I have been waiting a long time to get my hands on the newly released and very talked about Ferrania P30 film, made with much fanfare by Ferrania Italy after a very successful 'Kickstarter' campaign. Here are my first impressions.
A seasoned photographer always has a camera with them and travelling is a great excuse to get some extra practice in. Come join me for some super wide travel shots!
An impromptu drive along the Rhine, a short distance from Frankfurt, was a great excuse for another wide angle living post. Join me for a brief tour around the quaint town of 'Rüdesheim am Rhein', part of the UNESCO World Heritage site that is the Rhine Gorge.
Where better to take my wide angle Hasselblad Xpan camera but to the Alps, this camera was made for views like these! Join me for a tour around the mountains of Bavaria and Tyrol, with some other stops along the way.
I took advantage of a snowy day in Frankfurt to test out a motion picture film from the original Eastern German Orwo company. Join me for another wide angle living and rare film post, with some very intriguing results.
I had seen quite a few examples of minimalist photography lately, and I was also keen to give it a try. I gave myself the added challenge by bringing along my wide angle Xpan camera!
Join me for another tour around the East Frisian island of Langeoog, but this time in full infrared mode!
This time we enjoy some good old Dixieland Jazz in a really nice club in downtown Madrid, with my Dad's band as centre stage. Join me for another episode of wide angle living - time for some Jazz!
My aim was to provide a different view to some of the famous landmarks across Madrid, by shooting with Infrared film. Taking advantage of the winter bright sunny days, here are my favourite shots.
The Christmas Markets are always a great opportunity to grab some colourful shots in between drinking Glühwein or eating a Bratwurst! Join for me some Christmas spirit and plenty of snow.
Taking advantage of a recent work trip, I flew to Washington a few days early to enjoy the weekend with some family in Virginia and then a few hours in the U.S capital.
My new project is all about super wide angles, looking for panoramic views and making the mundane interesting. Welcome to my first post of 'Wide angle living'.