Tag Archives: Wide RS-1200
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
Photographer Ting-Li Lin uses the Cambo Anniversary Camera Born in Taiwan, Ting-Li Lin is a landscape and architectural photographer, statistician, cinematographer, musician, and competitive curler based in Madison, WI, United States. He won the First Prize of the Ansel Adams … Continue reading
The Cambo Wide RS series cameras is the choice for many photographers specialising in architecture, landscape and car photography. This specialised ‘pancake’ camera uses Medium format digital backs and digital lenses to capture fine detail and tonal range. At Photokina … Continue reading
During March we ventured down to Brighton to set up a shoot at the Royal Pavilion Gardens. The task was to show the Cambo range of cameras that are being used for landscape and architectural photography. For many years Cambo … Continue reading
Architectural photographer Jonathan Taylor creates images for Harewood House using the Cambo Wide RS1250 and Leaf Credo 80 million pixel digital camera back.
Photographer Johnathan Taylor of Cloud 9 Leeds uses the Cambo Wide RS5005, Leaf Credo 40 and Rodenstock 32TS lens for high quality architectural and landscape work. Jonathan arranged a shoot with Harewood House so that we could create a test … Continue reading
Resident British Journal of Photography experts, David and Richard Kilpatrick, alongside Kevin Carter, named the cameras, lenses and accessories that have inspired them this year. The flat-field camera is enjoying some resurgence in popularity as high-quality digital backs from Leaf, … Continue reading