Capture Integration in Carmel

Last week, Don Libby of Iron Creek Photography in Tucson, AZ and Ken Doo Photography of Carmel, CA co-hosted the 2nd Annual Capture Integration in Carmel medium format digital workshop.  Capture Integration in Atlanta, GA and Miami, FL is a Phase One Dealer of the Year, and is widely known for its customer service and knowledgeable staff.  Stemming from its previous year’s activities, the informal and light-hearted workshop is also known as the … Read More →

Cambo Wide RS w/ Rod. 40mm TS

Cambo Wide RS w/ Rod. 40mm TS

Editors note: If you have any interest in landscape photography, traditional or alternative film and print processes, or enjoy photo forums but find yourself sometimes turned off by the typical forum-bickering-and-posturing, we strongly recommend the GetDPI.com forum. They provide a positive environment for the discussion of photography, aesthetics, techniques and gear. The members are very knowledgeable and helpful and the discussions are very often the best place on the web … Read More →

Capture Integration Brings the P65+ to Carmel

Excellence is not cheap.  And neither is medium format digital photography.  But for those that seek the ultimate in image quality, Phase One offers many different medium format digital back solutions.  The latest iteration from Phase is the recently released P65+ featuring the world’s first full-frame 645 digital sensor and an incredible 60.5 megapixels.  What sets this digital back apart from previous generations is the proprietary Phase technology behind the … Read More →

Cambo RS 1000 – A User's Report

Cambo RS 1000 – A User's Report

Moving Platforms I had a conversation with Chris Lawery while on the way home from the South Rim of the Grand Canyon recently; part of the conversation centered on my thoughts and feelings of Cambos newest technical camera, the RS 1000. I’ve recently made a move from what was my primary camera kit, Phase One AFD III and P30+ to a technical camera. I was able to test the RS … Read More →

Foundry Works

Foundry Works

We’re very proud to announce that today our customer Michael Schultz’s book has been released.  The images in Foundry Work are a mix of 35mm and Phase One P45 shots. You can learn more about his book at his website below. www.michaelschultzphotography.com

Iron Creek Photography – Don Libby’s images and inspirations

Iron Creek Photography – Don Libby’s images and inspirations

I primarily do landscape images; notice I said images instead of photography. I want to present what I felt more that what I saw at the time the photography was taken.  It is my firm belief that just about anyone can take a photograph be it a tree or rock or even a fig and it will come out looking like the object what was taken.  In other words here’s … Read More →

Terra Incognita: Photographers of America's Third Coast

Terra Incognita: Photographers of America's Third Coast

Update: Richard Sexton has been featured by Phase One. Download the Phase One Richard Sexton PDF. A Seamless Film to Digital Transition In mid-summer of 2005 I made a proposal to my primary publisher, Chronicle Books in San Francisco, for a fine art photography book of black and white landscapes of the gulf coast. I’d been photographing the gulf coast since 1991 and had built up a sizable body of … Read More →

Multiple Strobe Pops for Interior Lighting with Phase One

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This article is was contributed by our valued customer, Jeffrey Totaro. You can check out his website at www.jeffreytotaro.com. If you are a customer and have a technique to share with the community please contact Capture Integration. _ Digital photography provides many excellent solutions to photographic challenges. But coming from 4×5 film I missed one previously film-only technique: multiple strobe pops while shooting interiors. I have developed a unique switch-box … Read More →

IAAP and Capture Integration team up

IAAP and Capture Integration team up

Editors Note: This article was contributed by Thomas Bliss, the president of the International Association of Architectural Photographers. Steadily Capture Integration has been proving itself as the authority on specific markets in our industry. If a product doesn’t exist to solve a photographic problem Capture Integration will develop one, thus establishing our branded line of exclusive products. The combination of high ideals, customer service, and the superior quality of the … Read More →