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Dune Grass

Dune Grass

We were just up in Michigan shooting a couple houses on the shores of Lake Michigan for Wheeler Kearns.  While setting up for a dusk view of the house, I turned around and looked down the bluff to see this wonderful view of the late afternoon sun filtering through the tall grasses that cascade down the bluff.  This is one of the reasons I love my Phase One system.  I can grab the 645 camera and pull the digital back off of the Arca, capture a quick shot and then return the back to the View Camera without disturbing the shot that’s in progress.  As I finish the files from the house I’ll be compiling my review of the Arca Swiss M Line Two, and posting that shortly.



  • George Kara
    Posted at 20:08h, 14 February

    Hah, your review evidently takes longer to complete than it takes Arca to craft an R lens mount for me. :)