With every shot, actually before every shot I visualize and compose a scene. I even know a photographer that made his own composing frame. He walks around with what looks like an empty picture frame staring at things. He has a gel insert that shows gridlines and the Fibonacci’s spiral. What a great idea, especially for him as he shots large format and at one focal length. One uncommon composition is panoramic. When I look at a valley filled with mountains I see it as a panoramic. Enter the Hasselblad XPan II. A typical camera frame is 24mm X 36mm. The Hasselblad Xpan is 24mm X 65mm. Boom. Super wide. For now that is all the technical jargon I will spout. Maybe in the future I can review the camera.
Lets just say this camera shoots wide.