Hasselblad’s guide to space photography!

I came across this really interesting article on Hasselblad’s website, “NASA Astronaut’s Photography Manual”.


Apollo Mission Hasseblad Space Camera on Moon – Photo from http://www.panoramas.dk/moon/mission-apollo.html

Hasselblad camera’s have been used on every manned space flight since 1962, and from the looks of things will continue to be used in future to capture all of those awe-inspiring images taken from space. Used as a guidebook for the NASA Photography Training Program, it describes how to operate the Hasselblad 500 EL/M camera, as well as gives some great instructions on space photography for any budding astronaut’s/photographers out there :).

So for those of you who are interested, have a look-see at this link to check out the article.

Maybe some day when I grow up I’ll be able to afford a Hasselblad = AwEsOmE & ExPeNsIvE at the same time 🙂

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