I almost dropped an Xpan. No, that’s not a joke, it’s the truth. In July 2019, podcaster, photographer, and Sunny 16 helper Matthew Joseph flew up to Brisbane for a few days and we met up for a photo walk. Matthew gave his Xpan to shoot with when the incident occurred.
Was it my clumsiness that almost saw a legendary camera smash to the floor of the Queensland Gallery of Modern Art? Or was it Matthew’s inability to put a camera strap on properly? Listen to episode 27 of Matt Loves Cameras to find out!

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The 2020 Matt Loves Panos Plastic Pano Camera Challenge is now open!

Images I shot with Matthew’s Hasselblad Xpan

My favourite Pink Trumpet flowers! Brisbane, Hasselbald Xpan with Kodak Ultramax 400

Brisbane’s Story Bridge,Hasselbald Xpan with Kodak Ultramax 400

Brisbane, Hasselbald Xpan with Kodak Ultramax 400

South Brisbane, Hasselbald Xpan with Kodak Ultramax 400

Fish St, South Brisbane, Hasselbald Xpan with Kodak Ultramax 400

Beer kegs, Brisbane, Hasselbald Xpan with Kodak Ultramax 400

Ice cream van, Brisbane, Hasselbald Xpan with Kodak Ultramax 400

Super saturated! Pink Trumpet flowers, Hasselbald Xpan with Kodak Ultramax 400

South Bank, Brisbane, Hasselbald Xpan with Kodak Ultramax 400

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One comment on “I almost dropped an Xpan: meeting Matthew Joseph

  1. Ronnie Kwok May 14, 2020

    Lovely picture, especially those with the flowers! I should take my XPan out of my camera cabinet and shoot some photos.