For the second year in a row, I decided to grab the camera with the greatest image quality available to me on the market, and take it up to Algonquin Park at the peak of fall, just to see what could be achieved. Last year, I took the Hasselblad H4D-40 with a 28mm F/4, 80mm F/2.8 and the 150mm F/3.2, and you can see some of the photos from that trip here. This year, I went to the ‘other’ side. The guys at B3K Digital in Toronto got me outfitted with a Phase One 645DF, IQ180 digital back, 28mm F/4 LS and 80mm F/2.8 LS.

Here are some photos from the three day trip over the Thanksgiving weekend, traveling across Highway 60 and camping at Rock Lake.

Behind the Camera

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