6x6 is an interesting format to shoot with. It creates these beautiful, huge negatives, but they´re square. Which is something I'm not a huge fan of, especially when shooting with a Hasselblad. Because when you´re shooting with a 6x6 Hasselblad, the viewfinder is inverted, which means that when you´re trying to compose an image everything goes the wrong way. Trying to pan or tilt the camera is a bit difficult. I guess you get used to it, but at first its super hard and frustrating. And when i got my first rolls developed that were taken with the Hasselblad, it seemed like every image was kind of, off. Looking at them, they just felt weird and wrong. Because i wasn't used to shooting with the camera. But don't get me wrong, when you get used to it, its a fantastic camera. I mean, everything just works and the shutter might be the best sounding shutter out there. If you ever get a chance to use or buy one, do it. Give it a little time and you have a friend for life.
Here´s a few frames I'm quite happy with.
Shot on Kodak Tri-X 400.