Medium Format Landscape Photography in New Zealand's South Island - Day 7 - Stephen Milner

Medium Format Landscape Photography in New Zealand's South Island - Day 7

The medium format digital camera and it is awesome for landscape photography. In todays video, I share with you my landscape photos from my seventh day on New Zealand's South Island. This is part of a series of videos that take me on a multi day journey with the Fujifilm GFX 50sII. The spirit of the journey is adventure and to experience new challenges. It follows the mountains in New Zealand South Island to photograph glaciers.
WATCH MY LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY VIDEO HERE
SAMPLE PANORAMIC LANDSCAPE PHOTOS
The Fujifilm GFX cameras have many aspect ratios to choose from, and one of them resemble the Hasselblad X-Pan panoramic aspect ratio 65 x 24. All the photos from this day were taken using the 65 x 24 aspect ratio, which also provides the same aspect ratio 17 x 6 film cameraThe Fujifilm GFX cameras have many aspect ratios to choose from, and one of them resemble the Hasselblad X-Pan panoramic aspect ratio 65 x 24. All the photos from this day were taken using the 65 x 24 aspect ratio, which also provides the same aspect ratio 17 x 6 film camera.
I find that this aspect ratio works well of the New Zealand landscapes. Perhaps this is because of the amount of time I had in each area, and that my usual square format photos are more suited to intimate style photos, which take longer to discover. However, I do like the look of the 65 x 24 aspect ratio and I think they will do well in future print sales.