We have collected some of our favorite behind the scenes photos. From deserts to the ocean, see the camera as it is shooting around the world.
“When I use medium format, I slow down. I think much more about the image I have to take, the framing, the composition, light etc. I plan the shoot much more before I actually take the picture and it is another kind of image I take. I often use DSLR when it is more like a reportage shoot, for example when I have to get up in a wind turbine, or out on an oil rig shooting, where I do not have a lot of time, and the subjects are moving around, forcing me to catch the situation rather than planning it.” – Tom Lindboe.
North American landscape
Reuben Wu working with the XF 100MP Camera System recently for his Lux Noctis series, capturing the beautiful North American landscape.
Blue Ring lens
“Not much to say. I just love the Blue Ring lenses…” – Ken Hermann
Behind the scenes
Picture taken by Ausra Babiedaite
“You’ll see that I work with the XF Body and Blue Ring lenses and with Arca Swiss technical cameras. In a matter of seconds, I can switch my IQ3 100MP between both systems. Super efficient without having to compromise on quality.
“I use the XF 100MP camera in circumstances where lens shift is not required or where the special features of the camera come in handy, like for example, in automatic bracketing, focus stacking, timelapse, the waist viewfinder, and remote wifi control via Capture Pilot. I also use it to make details of architecture with Blue Ring tele lenses.” – Toon Grobet
See more pictures on our Instagram account here.