Pro Equipment / by Harminder Singh

The work culture is to use the right equipment for the job. Large format and specialty camera equipment play a very crucial role once mated with the latest in digital domain.

All my studio photography is executed on Arca Swiss and Hasselblad while Architectural photography is executed on Horsemann and Arca Swiss.

The choice of Lenses is from Carl Zeiss, Rodenstock and Schneider...these are essentially high definition APO and digitar series. I use Phase One P45 PLUS CCD based digital back for all my work.

 

 This image was shot on Harseman with sliding back to stitch 2 images in vertical movement of the back.  Lens 35mm APO sironar F16 @ 1/2sec.   Light: available and LCC correction was done separately for both shots. Processing was in Capture One and stitching in PS.

This image was shot on Harseman with sliding back to stitch 2 images in vertical movement of the back.

Lens 35mm APO sironar F16 @ 1/2sec. 

Light: available and LCC correction was done separately for both shots. Processing was in Capture One and stitching in PS.

 Horseman SW-DII Pro for wide angle coverage

Horseman SW-DII Pro for wide angle coverage

 This image was shot on Arca Swiss  75mm APO digitar F16 @ 1/125  Front standard was in swing and drop (slide down)  Electronic flash 

This image was shot on Arca Swiss

75mm APO digitar F16 @ 1/125

Front standard was in swing and drop (slide down)

Electronic flash 

 This is the ARCA-SWISS-Metric 6x9S technical camera

This is the ARCA-SWISS-Metric 6x9S technical camera

 Phase One digital back on Arca Swiss

Phase One digital back on Arca Swiss

 Phase One P45 PLUS digital back

Phase One P45 PLUS digital back

 Hasselblad 503 medium format

Hasselblad 503 medium format

 This image was shot on Hasselblad in Jaipur for a jewellery client.  80mm @ f 8 and 1/30   Electronic flash with 6ft Chimera  Image processed in Capture One.

This image was shot on Hasselblad in Jaipur for a jewellery client.

80mm @ f 8 and 1/30 

Electronic flash with 6ft Chimera

Image processed in Capture One.