Santuario Chimayo, New Mexico, June 2006
This photograph was made on the Hasselblad Xpan, a camera that makes panoramic photographs on 35mm film. While most 35mm panoramic cameras simply pare down the height of the negative (resulting in a compressed image size on the film), the genius of the Xpan is that it expands the width of the film, making for an image size of 24x65mm. It thus turns a 35mm camera into a veritable medium format camera, its frame the exact same size as Paramount's VistaVision widescreen format.
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