It all started with a group of people on Flickr, united by their love of a panoramic film camera – the Hasselblad Xpan. The group administrator, Matthew Joseph, decided that it would be fantastic to produce a book featuring Xpan images. He suggested the idea to the group members and 28 photographers from across the world jumped at the chance to be part of a book showcasing their work with this unique camera.
It was agreed that the beautiful collection of 32 images would be made into a book with all profits going to charity. For Matthew, choosing to support cancer research was a “no-brainer” as he had lost his mother to cancer 11 years ago.
The ACRF would like to thank Matthew and all the contributors to the book for their support of cancer research through this stunning book, raising a generous $260 so far.
For more information or to order, please visit the Xpan book website.