Profile: Michael J. Moore

Profile: Michael J. Moore

Go behind-the-scenes with commerical and editorial-portrait photographer Michael J. Moore. The photo shoot took place in the abandoned section of a working mental hospital – his vision was to place beautiful subjects into an unusual location to create a unique set of images. Michael collaborated with Chris Snipes and the CI Team to use the best equipment for this project. Check out more of Michael’s work at www.michaeljmoorephotography.com

Gary Bogdon and the Kentucky Derby

This year was my 30th year of photographing the Kentucky Derby. I was on assignment for Sports Illustrated magazine, where I’m a regular contributing photographer. I was working with Sports Illustrated staffers Bill Frakes and Heinz Kluetmeier. I grew up in the greater Louisville , KY area. As a high school senior I photographed my first Derby as a ‘stringer’ for the Louisville Courier Journal (my hometown newspaper) and got … Read More →

Jeff Lubeck – So Is A Jump To Medium Format Worth It?

The Bottom line I chose to make the jump. How do I feel six months after making that choice? I can say it has been worth it for me. However when it comes to yourself, I strongly suggest you take great care in arriving at a decision. If photography is your vocation the decision, in my opinion, is much more straightforward. Business is business – and if the move to … Read More →

Recap: Zack Arias – It Might Get Bright

Zack Arias

Team Capture Integration took part in a night of shooting, learning, and investigating, along with 100 other attendees at the studio of Zack Arias on May 11, 2012. With 300 people expressing interest in attending (the event was limited to the first 100), it was an anticipated evening that didn’t disappoint. Capture Integration provided a wide assortment of medium format cameras and digital backs that were assembled all in one … Read More →

Scarpati – Cramp, Slash & Burn

Cramp, Slash & Burn "when punk and glam were twins"

Scarpati, whose images span four waves of modern music and have become some of the most enduring iconics of metal, rock and punk, was raised in New Jersey, came of age in San Diego, gained notoriety in Los Angeles, now calls the world his home and Nashville his return address. “Think of me as an innocent bystander, there was no master plan. No carefully tended career path. I loved rock … Read More →

Scarpati – Cramp, Slash & Burn

Cramp, Slash & Burn "when punk and glam were twins"

Scarpati, whose images span four waves of modern music and have become some of the most enduring iconics of metal, rock and punk, was raised in New Jersey, came of age in San Diego, gained notoriety in Los Angeles, now calls the world his home and Nashville his return address. “Think of me as an innocent bystander, there was no master plan. No carefully tended career path. I loved rock … Read More →

Broncolor Scoro vs Profoto 8a

Broncolor Scoro vs Profoto 8a

Bron vs Profoto from Bron Imaging on Vimeo. “This video examines the Broncolor Scoro and the Profoto Pro 8 Air in a shootout for accuracy of flash duration, shooting at F-16. With 1 pack and 2 heads, Julian and Amber test both broncolor and Profoto for sharpness of the image in a photo shoot utilizing a freezing motion technique with water. The broncolor Scoro clearly outscores the Profoto pack with … Read More →

User Review: Cambo + Aptus Kit for Landscape

Roys

Initial Report on My new Leaf Kit to Replace My 8×10 Camera for Landscape Photography. I’ve just returned from a week of shooting in Death Valley and the Salton Sea using my new Cambo Wide RS AE camera and the Leaf Aptus II 12 digital back. The following are my initial reactions to this great kit. Cambo Wide RS Anniversary Edition (RS-AE) Schneider Apo-Digitar 47mm Digitar XL Tilt Shift Panel … Read More →

Nye Simmons – A Journey Into Tech Cameras

Editors Notes: The following are the thoughts and musings of one of our favorite customers, Nye Simmons, who recently made a major change of equipment. All images shown are © to Nye Simmons and are available for sale as Fine Art Prints. Contact Nye (nyesimmons@chartertn.net) for more information. All images below were taken using a Phase One P45 and Arca Swiss RM3Di camera. The 47XL lens referenced is the Schneider 47mm XL … Read More →

Hyperdrive Colorspace UDMA Review

Hyperdrive Colorspace UDMA Review

– Video in this blog entry provided by Mark Esposito One of our wonderful customers was kind enough to post a video review of the Hyperdrive Colorspace. This device allows him to download the CF card from his Phase One P+ digital back and visually confirm the images have been downloaded. This provides him a backup of the images when traveling without a laptop. A few notes for clarity: Only … Read More →