Hasselblad is to cease production of its 503CW model - the last V System camera in the company's portfolio.
Hasselblad's VICTOR Magazine made a triumphant return to a print format last year, and Issue Two is now available, featuring contributions from the likes of David Hockney, Steve McCurry and Perou.
Völklingen Ironworks is where the works of art by the famous Ferrari photographer Günther Raupp are being presented in the bygone world of heavy industry. An exhibition resembling a natural phenomenon.
Photographers visiting Focus on Imaging at The NEC (March 3-6) are invited to make a beeline for the Hasselblad & broncolor stand (N9) to 'test drive' the brand new H5D medium format camera - as it makes its first major UK appearance.
Hasselblad Japan and the Swedish Embassy in Tokyo are inviting every photographer in Japan to enter a new competition - with a chance to win a free trip to Sweden as the guest of Hasselblad CEO Dr. Larry Hansen.
Hasselblad is opening up its popular central London photographic studio to photographers using any camera brand.
The ever-increasing worldwide popularity of the Hasselblad Masters Awards has been demonstrated by entry levels surging from 2500 for the 2012 event up to nearly four thousand for the latest competition, and it's a statistic that has delighted Hasselblad's Global Photographer Relations Manager Paul Waterworth.
The winners of the first Rhino Conservation Awards recognising those people who dedicate themselves in the fight against rhino poaching in Africa, have been announced and honoured at an event recently held in Pretoria, South Africa.