Capturing icons from Mandela to Malkovich
Jillian Edelstein talks about photographing one of the world’s iconic leaders and imparts her portrait shooting advice.
Beauty of the Australian landscape
Christian Fletcher shares why he finds Phase One and Capture One Pro necessary to achieve his goal as a landscape and aerial photographer.
Go farther, go deeper, explore more
Freezing cold does not scare off Chris Burkard, quite the opposite. He was joined by a team of surfers last time he went to Iceland for ice-cold captures.
We visited Jeffery Salter in his hometown of Miami, Florida, to find out about his approach to portraiture and how he achieves his signature style. Jeffery is commissioned by magazines such as Sports Illustrated to shoot some of the world's most high profile athletes including LeBron James, Serena Williams and Mario Balotelli.
Key Bridge Dance
With many years of experience, Jeffery Salter shares his ideas, thoughts and the technical setups behind a number of his photographs. Inspired by his passion for architecture and photographing people, Jeffery is working on a beautiful Fine-Art project called Key Bridge Dance. We went to the Florida Keys with Jeffery to capture images of two dancers.
With a clear blue sky, snow covered mountain peaks, a powerful southern wind and icy particles drifting around, it was no easy task that Alpine Photographer Kamil Tamiola and his team had set for themselves on their trip to Mont Blanc Massif.
Capturing iconic personalities in a new light
Jason Bell is recognized internationally for his exceptional talent and not least his title as official photographer at Prince George's 2013 christening. Jason shares how he manages to capture well known personalities in a new light and his best advice for aspiring photographers.
Landscapes on the edge (1/2)
In recent years Albert Watson has focused his attention on Fine Art and Landscape Photography. In this video we travel with Albert to the Isle of Skye for his most recent landscape project.
Magical landscapes with Albert Watson (2/2)
In recent years Albert Watson has focused his attention on Fine Art and Landscape Photography. In this final behind the scenes video we travel with Albert to the Isle of Skye where he shares insights into his on-location work-flow.
The spirit of Sicily
WeDoPeople went to Sicily this year with a Phase One camera system with an IQ250 digital back. Upon their return they shared this video. Get a look behind the scenes and feel the Sicily spirit with WeDoPeople.
Creating everlasting memories
Award-winning photographer Salvatore Cincotta reflects on his career, discussing how his time as a landscape photographer has influenced his work as both a wedding and portrait photographer.
Capturing rare million dollar supercar
Richard Thompson III takes a Phase One camera system with the IQ250 digital back and the new Schenider Kreuznach 40-80 mm LS lens with him on a once-in-a-lifetime shoot of the Ford GT40 supercar.
Albert Watson on his career and iconic images
Watch Albert Watson, one of the world's most succesful fashion and commercial photographers working today, tell about his career and the story behind some of his most iconic images.
No Wires. No Worries
Sports and action photographer Tim Kemple shares how easy it is to use the high speed flash sync (1/1600s) with the Phase One camera system and the Schneider Kreuznach leaf shutter lenses.
Tim's first IQ250 encounter
Follow action and sports photographer, Tim Kemple, on his very first day shooting with the new Phase One IQ250 digital back, and witness one of the craziest days Tim has had as a photographer.
Wedding of challenges
All odds were against photographer Dan O'Day the first time he had an IQ250 digital back in his hands. Only willpower, creativity, adaptability and reliable gear saved the final images.
Justine's first IQ250 date
Follow portrait and wedding photographer, Justine Ungaro, on her very first day shooting with the new Phase One IQ250 digital back.
Around the world - Tim Kemple
Watch action and sports photographer, Tim Kemple, tell about his route to becoming a professional photographer, and how his work has taken him from mountain peeks to a wire hanging over a waterfall and allowed him to explore the farthest corners of the world.
Storyteller and photographer
Dan O'Day is based out of Canberra, Australia, but works across the world as a wedding and portrait photographer. "I'm a storyteller... and so I love being able to create something tangible out of something that is very fleeting and quick. The freedom for it to be anything you want it to be."
Photographer of people
Wedding and portrait photograher Justine Ungaro shares how it was to grow up in a family of photographers, starting out in "a man's world" and how she managed to create a successful business when she decided to move across the States to start from scratch in Los Angeles.
BTS from IQ250 launch
Get a look behind the scenes from the IQ250 product launch. Half way through the trip, the production team received a firmware update that improved the IQ250's ISO performance. This is the first test!
Perfect for black and white photography
Street fashion and fine art photographer Keith Moss was assigned to shoot an editorial for Beehive. The shoot is inspired by The Dawn Army, and Keith brings the IQ260 Achromatic to get the feel he and Beehive are looking for.
Landscape photography with Tim Wolcott
Award winning photographer Tim Wolcott shares why he thinks the Phase One camera system is the ultimate camera system for landscape photography.
Cultural heritage photography
British Museum's chief photographer, John Williams, go to Roskilde, Denmark, to photograph a viking ship collection from year 1025-1040 with the IQ280 digital back, for their 2014 "Vikings: life and legend" exhibition.
10 photography tips and tricks
Award winning photographer Antony Spencer shares 10 tips and techniques for capturing stunning landscape images.
Photographer stories from Antony Spencer
We visited Antony Spencer on his home turf to get to know him, as well as his photography, better.
Still life photography with Søren Jonesen
Andy Lim, owner of Darling Publications, teamed up with photographer Søren Jonesen to photograph a 299 year old Stradivarius with the best be equipment of the trade: The Phase One IQ280 digital back.
The IQ2 Iceland Challenge
Whatch Joe Cornish as he goes to Iceland to test the new IQ260's capabilities.
Landscape photography with Joe Cornish
Follow landscape photographer, Joe Cornish, as he visits Iceland to give the new Phase One IQ260 digital back a test drive.
Connect with your images - wirelessly
Watch how the Phase One IQ2 camera system and Capture Pilot reconnects landscape photographer Joe Cornish with his traditional working methods as a large format photographer.
Fashion photography - wirelessly
Follow Frederico Martins as he shoots the first wireless editorial with the IQ2 digital back. We follow him from the first location scouting, through 2 full days of shooting on location and see the final Elle Magazine.
Extending the day with Sensor+
Follow fashion photographer Frederico Martins as he goes to Fuerteventura to to shoot two fashion editorials for Elle magazine in less than 3 days.
Fashion photography with Frederico Martins
Follow fashion photographer, Frederico Martins, on Fuerteventura shooting an editorial for Elle with the new IQ2 digital back.
Shooting tethered with Frederico Martins
Follow fashion photographer Frederico Martins as he optimizes his workflow with USB3 connectivity and capture & light control
Fine art photography with Bernd Radtke
Follow fine art photographer, Bernd Radtke, as he visits the old olympic village in Berlin to shoot black and white images with the new Phase One IQ260 Achromatic digital back.