Photographer Spotlight: David Westphal

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  Tell us about yourself… I grew up as a dependent in the Air Force. I was fortunate to travel the world and see a lot of different things. Things that make me who I am today. How did you discover your love for photography? When I was 10, my dad was stationed in Germany. Almost every weekend, my family would travel to visit some castle or cathedral or something … Read More →

Capture Integration Client In the News


Great clients creating great work at the Grammy Awards Show The Grammy Awards Show was a bit dim this year due to the horrific helicopter accident surrounding Kobe Bryant and others that were accompanying him. Despite the somber mood in Los Angeles, our client Robby Klein was able to capture the essence of the celebrities, behind the scenes. Armed with his Phase One XF camera system and Profoto lighting, Robby … Read More →

Photographer Spotlight: Ken Rhodes

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  CONGRATULATIONS, Ken! Tell us about yourself… I am a neuroscientist by training (Ph.D.), and currently Chief Scientific Officer for a young biotechnology company (Yumanity Therapeutics) located in Cambridge, MA. My wife and I share 4 children (one girl and three boys), and this fall we will become “empty-nesters”. Yikes! I’ve worked for over 27 years in drug discovery and development, striving to develop new treatments for neurodegenerative diseases such … Read More →

Capture Integration Client In the News


Great clients creating great work We are excited to kick off the decade by celebrating the work of our talented client, Julian Calverley! Julian’s book, North Northwest, won Best British Book and Book of the Year at the 2019 British Book Design & Production Awards.   About the book, North Northwest North Northwest is a large-format book of landscape photographs by photographer Julian Calverley. Designed by Les Welch, printed and … Read More →

Photographer Spotlight: Paul Caldwell

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Tell us a little about yourself, Paul. I am based out of Little Rock AR, and have 2 adult daughters and a wonderful wife. I have enjoyed hiking all across the US, but have spent most of my time in the Arkansas Ozarks, and Ouachita mountains, as I love to work with landscapes. Photography has always been a way for me to capture a scene/moment to remember for later.   … Read More →

Photographer Spotlight: James Haefner


Meet James Haefner James has been a photographer since he was fifteen!  He started out shooting rock bands and friends, then developed an interest in landscapes.  He first studied photography at the University of New Mexico and graduated with a BFA from the Rochester Institute of Technology (1976).  After graduating he returned to Detroit (he grew up in Detroit’s suburbs) and started assisting at the automotive studios in the area.  … Read More →

Shooting Action With Medium Format Shooting


“WHY THE HELL WOULD ANYONE WANT TO SHOOT ACTION WITH A MEDIUM-FORMAT CAMERA?” by Guest Photographer Christopher Wilson I was recently commissioned by Strawberry Frog/New York to photograph fast action shots of sand boarders, sand bikers and Arabian horses in the Rub ‘al Khali Desert outside of Abu Dhabi. Somewhere during preproduction, I made the somewhat dubious decision to use my Phase One IQ3 Trichromatic for the shoot. I knew … Read More →

Customer Experience: Phase One XT & Gary Bogdon

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Chris Snipes shares Gary Bogdon Review Not so long ago, I was explaining the new Phase One XT Digital Camera System to a good friend and client, Gary Bogdon, over a round of golf. He had seen all of the coverage of the new product and remembered the process of using a Cambo Technical Camera System with a Phase One back during a past resort shoot. We decided to make plans … Read More →

Photographer Spotlight: Louis Foubare


Meet Louis Foubare Louis was working internationally for many years and was unable to carry a camera to the majority of his locations. Once moving back to the US, Hurricane Andrew completely wiped out his residence including 25 years of slides. National Geographic had expressed interest in publishing a few of his slides but this was not possible due to the loss of his archive.  After Hurricane Andrew, Louis did not … Read More →

Capture Integration Clients In the News

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  Great clients creating great work We are excited to celebrate our talented client Richard Sexton on his latest exhibit Enigmatic Stream! Richards project is currently on display at The Historic New Orleans Collection until April 5th, 2020. Continue reading to learn more about his project and if you are in New Orleans be sure to stop by and see his display! Congratulations Richard, we are peacock proud of you! … Read More →