HASSELBLAD X YOU
GRAND PRIZE WINNER
Congratulations to Clarissa Bonet,
our Hasselblad X You Grand Prize Winner!
"This image is part of a fashion editorial I shot for Chicago Magazine that celebrates both the Bauhaus movement and architect Mies van der Rohe. I knew the images must reference the Bauhaus style – minimalist, graphic, with bold lines and shapes. After scouting the location at multiple times of the day, I knew exactly when a slim beam of light would open on the west side of the building, creating a bold, graphic band of light for our model to stand in."
For me, this image stands out because of the mixture of subjects and genre – fashion vs street – all while maintaining a clear focus on the model. So much to take in and yet there is still a strong focus when viewing this image. Very nicely done.
2018 Hasselblad Master Jorge de la Torriente
As architects, we really appreciated the effort of the photographer in building – no pun intended – a connection between fashion and architecture with her photography.
Daniel Rueda and Anna Devís
From the 12 weekly winners, Clarissa Bonet was selected as the grand prize winner by an internal Hasselblad jury and the Hasselblad X You inspirational spotlight photographers. As the grand prize winner, Clarissa will be flown to Hasselblad’s headquarters in Gothenburg, Sweden for a behind-the-scenes look at what goes into making the industry-leading medium format cameras. Alongside her time at the factory, a guided tour to the Hasselblad Foundation and permanent exhibition, Hasselblad and the Moon, at the Gothenburg Museum of Art are on the itinerary. In addition to her visit and the previously awarded Weekly Winner prize of an XCD lens and Peak Design and PolarPro accessories, Clarissa will also receive her own 907X Special Edition camera, her choice of Peak Design Travel Collection bag, and the PolarPro Summit filter system and additional QuartzLine filter.
CHOICE OF EVERYDAY BACKPACK, TRAVEL BACKPACK OR TRAVEL DUFFEL
CHOICE OF ADDITIONAL QUARTZLINE FILTER
POLARPRO SUMMIT SYSTEM