All posts tagged: Capture Pilot

Andrea Belluso also known as ‘The Light Shaper’ shares his tips and techniques on lightning using Phase One XF Camera System and the Trichromatic

Andrea Belluso’s Lighting Techniques

Andrea Belluso was introduced to the great fashion photographer, Bardo Fabiani at the age of sixteen. One week later, he quit school and became Fabiani’s assistant. Today, Andrea Belluso is known as “the Light Shaper” by Profoto thanks to his unique expertise in photographic lighting. He is currently based in London and in Stockholm where he has his studio. We arranged a photo shoot with Andrea to see the master in action and hear his story on how he became known as The Light Shaper. What drives you in photography?  “I have been working as a fashion and beauty photographer for many years, almost 35 to be precise, but in the last couple of years I have also been shooting cars for Cadillac and food for Electrolux and Nestlé, as well as shooting a lot of portraits. So, until I started shooting subjects other than fashion and beauty, my photography was driven by elegance, aesthetics and a deep curiosity and interest in fashion and beauty.” “Nowadays, it is driven by the hunger of creating beautiful images for …

Andrei Duman explores extreme environments with medium format and the Phase One XF IQ3 100MP

Andrei Duman explores extreme environments with medium format

This week, Phase One photographer, Andrei Duman, takes over our Instagram feed. Andrei is an award winning Los Angeles based photographer with a huge thirst for travel, having already visited over 80 countries. He takes his Phase One XF IQ3 100 to unique locations all over the world, including some of the harshest environments possible. Follow his account to see where 2018 takes Andrei. Current planned trips include Bora Bora, the Grand Tetons, South Africa, Romania, JapanCa and Namibia. Below we share some of his takeover and the stories behind the captures. Power Lines (See featured image at the top of this post.) “One of my favorite types of photography is aerial and one of my favorite subjects to capture while being airborne are salt flats. I love the freedom that aerial photography provides, as your subjects and compositions are constantly changing. By a quick switch of your lens mid flight, your focus changes from a panoramic view to an abstract focus, where one can get into the details and create an almost alien-looking environment. …

Tim Kemple with the Phase One XF 100MP Camera System

Around the globe with Tim Kemple and the XF 100MP Camera System

Action and sports photographer, Tim Kemple took over our Instagram account showing us his work with the XF 100MP Camera System on a journey around the world. It’s all about authenticity, rawness, passion, and place.  Shooting a dare-devil Tim Kemple shoots dare-devil slackline walker in the Moab Desert, Utah, with the XF 100MP and 28mm Schneider lens.   “This image was shot near the summit of ‘The Rectory’ formation were we climbed about 100m up to get this incredible perspective with the famous ‘Castleton Tower’ in the background. Théo Sanson walking a world record 493 meters between Castleton Tower and the Rectory near Moab, UT. Something I learned this weekend: in order to walk these new long lines, the webbing isn’t rigged as tightly as it was in the past. The ‘slack’ in the system keeps the line from bucking you off as easily. During this walk, Théo was almost 30m below the start and finish points while in the middle of the line.” “Watching Théo Sanson spend what seemed like an hour of complete …