Category Archives: Architecture

Camera systems and lenses used to capture architectural images.

Antonio Saba’s never ending quest for beauty

Chasing Beauty is the title of Antonio Saba’s latest coffee table book. And beauty is what his work is about.  Divided in three chapters – The Memory, The Journey, The Dreamlike – it shows a selection of Antonio’s most significant … Continue reading

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Berlin After Dusk: A bike tour from literature to photography

Working as a self-employed publishing sales rep in the early 90’s, Detlef Bluhm visited many bookshops in the former GDR. On his travels, during those turbulent years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, he started to use his camera … Continue reading

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Detlef Bluhm: Wie ein Literator sich der Fotografie widmete

Note: This blog post is in German. We’ll provide an English version shortly. Anfang der 90er Jahre hat Detlef Bluhm in seiner damaligen Tätigkeit als selbständiger Verlagsvertreter die Buchhandlungen in den neuen Bundesländern besucht. Seine Kamera diente ihm dabei als … Continue reading

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The Future of Digital Photography

The Future of Digital Photography In 2016 we interviewed Barry Grossman and published a number of his images that were captured using the Cambo Wide RS-5000. He uses a variety of lenses such as Rodenstock: 23mm HR Digaron-S, 32mm HR Digaron-W, … Continue reading

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Jo Fober talks about his experiences of being an architectural photographer

Jo Fober talks about his experiences of being an architectural photographer Jo Fober of foberphotography.com talks about his experiences of being a photographer and how he turned to architectural photography. His work has been published and widely exhibited. “Hi, my … Continue reading

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Cambo Lenspanel WDS-180L

Cambo Lenspanel WDS-180L The Cambo WIDE camera system is a ‘pancake’ style camera i.e. it’s lightweight and extremely compact. So not surprisingly many photographers find the WIDE system is ideal for architectural and landscape photography. A variety of focal length … Continue reading

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Cambo Actus GFX and Fuji GFX50s Camera review

Cambo Actus GFX and Fuji GFX50s Camera review It makes sense for Fujifilm to have a medium format camera system, as there is space in the market for photographers to invest in a good quality system – and its also … Continue reading

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Cambo Actus Focus Rail Extension

Cambo Actus Focus Rail Extension We have yet another mistake made by our Youtube friends or should I say reviewers. Unfortunately they don’t use technical cameras or have little experience using different lenses and camera combinations. It’s important to point … Continue reading

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Cambo Contax Lens

Cambo Contax lens for the Actus Cambo have introduced a new lens option; Carl Zeiss Contax Distagon-35mm, for the Actus camera platform. The lens is fitted into the Actus plate, the helical focussing mount is removed and a manual 15 … Continue reading

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Antonio Saba Photography

Antonio Saba Photography Antonio Saba began shooting professionally back in 1987 after receiving his university degree in advertising photography at the European Institute of design in Italy. After working for more than 20 years with large format film cameras, in … Continue reading

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