Plane travel can be a source of anxiety for photographers. Checking bags isn’t safe for most gear and being able to skip the baggage claim carousels is always a bonus anyway – especially around the holidays. There are a lot of small items to shoot with, including high-quality mirrorless cameras, tiny lenses, and small flash gear. However, it is sometimes hard to skimp on support systems, lighting, and storage in order to save space. Rolling bags, tripods, and light stands all tend to be a pain to try and take on a plane.
Architectural photography should be a prerequisite for all photographers. It covers all of the basics of available-light shooting in one subject matter. Understanding these principles, and heeding some of these extra bits of advice, will improve all of your photography – not just architectural photography!
We spent all day caring for lenses, cameras, and more that find temporary homes with photographers all over the world capturing scenes of people, places, and events large and small. Every now and again, we get to see the results on Facebook, G+, Twitter, Pinterest, and more. Here are 5 shots we like created with the help of BL gear.
The Hasselblad H4X and the 80MP Phase One Digital Back is a powerful combination. We’ve put together a few example images from our latest 80MP addition to our medium format inventory. You can download all of the RAW, completely unedited files for pixel peeping purposes and to test drive the settings in Capture One.