Top 10 Features of the ALPA 12 FPS


1. Design and usability The ALPA 12 FPS is distinguished by a clearly laid out and easily accessible keypad, which, together with the rotary knob that can be clicked, makes it possible to adjust the camera rapidly. More infrequently used menu items (such as setting up the network parameters) have been relegated to a dedicated “configuration” sub-menu, so as to keep the user interface lean and well arranged. With ALPA, … Read More →

George Griswold – New Orleans

In Their Own Words “Every customer matters at Capture Integration. The fact is you don’t feel like a customer for very long… they become partners in your commercial and artistic mission. Dave and his energetic, unified, and principled team have guided me through the purchase of three Phase One backs over the years as the technology and my budget has progressed. Crisis Management: one phone call or email to Capture … Read More →

Robert Capalbo – Pittsburgh, PA

In His Own Words “High business ethics, integrity, trustworthy: These words describe Dave and his staff at Capture Integration. This is the only place where I purchase my products. Shouldn’t it be yours?” Capalbo Photo

Miami Art Space Event

I wanted to say thanks to all that attended our event at Miami Art Space. It was a long day filled with opportunities to meet the staff at Capture Integration, mingle with fellow photographers, and of course play with the most advanced digital capture equipment on earth. I hope you caught some of the lectures from our staff and manufactures. As we head into the new year please watch our … Read More →

Welcome Chris Snipes

I am proud to announce that I have joined forces with Capture Integration in Miami. I will be responsible for providing solutions for Capture Integration brands including Phase One, Leaf, Leica, Profoto, Cambo, and more. I bring more than 20 years of experience with high end digital camera systems to the team at Capture Integration. Let me help you understand how the latest technology can help improve your image. I … Read More →

What its all about………

Do you work to live or live to work? It’s a simple answer on my end. If I were asked what my favorite word was in the English language, it would take me seconds to pronounce “dad”. After reading Ralph Waldo Emerson as a young adult I have never been the same. These words keep me grounded. I pull them out and read them after a tedious day or a … Read More →

Hard Fall At Waterfall Has Lessons


One of Capture Integration’s good customers, Ed Cooley, recently found himself in a great deal of danger when shooting in Ozark National Forest. Ed was out shooting the falls for the opening of his gallery, when he took a fall off of a 30’+ cliff breaking his collar bone, pelvis and right leg. Luckily Ed had a SPOT beacon with him that could send a message out for help.  

Flooding in Atlanta

In the past week Atlanta and the surrounding counties have received 22 inches of rain and 12 inches in the past 12 hours. Several of the interstates are closed due to rivers and creeks overflowing. Schools in most counties are also closed today. Below are several images of the Paces Ferry / Vinings area.

Capture Integration Social at Second Row Studio

I wanted to thank Jason Wallis, Rashel Ross and Meg Cook (model) of Second Row Studio for hosting Capture Integration’s social this week. They were gracious enough to allow us to fill their studio with all of our gear and allow people to test shoot. It was a great turn out!

New Orleans

I was driving through New Orleans in the blistering heat when I noticed a peculiar site on the side of the road. All of the people buried are above ground. Not that I am morbid, but the above ground tombs were rather intriguing and beautiful. I took out the P65+ / Phase 645 w/ 80mm and hand held to shoot. The tonal quality & range is amazing!