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One of the most useful and impressive features of the Hasselblad H6D-100C image quality is the highly malleable pixel quality. Typically with 35mm cameras (particularly awful with the Sony A7R III), pulling down luminosity of, for example, the blue sky, results in hideous edge artifacts—not so with the Hasselblad H6D-100C. As a result many of these images here use just that technique with no ill effects. This high pixel quality is reason by itself enough to prefer it over 35mm.
Most of the images here have shadow and luminosity boosts in addition to any push or pull.
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