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UI Labs for S.O.M.

UI Labs for S.O.M.

Here’s a new project that I was really excited to shoot.  It’s been a while since I’ve worked with Jaime Velez and the rest of the team over at Skidmore, and I was quite pleased to be selected for this assignment.  UI Labs  (as defined on their site) is a research and commercialization collaborative.  What does that mean?  They’re basically a bunch of really smart people making very cool stuff.  Their space is pretty cool too… just look.

2 Comments
  • Nicolas Jimenez
    Posted at 11:25h, 16 May

    Hi Chris,

    Weldon Brewster mentioned you in http://forum.luminous-landscape.com/index.php?topic=56312.0 -that took me right to your page. Congratulations.

    As a aspiring architectural photographer, I’d like to know if you could comment on this shoot for ui labs. What equipment did you use and you think this type of sharpness and resolution are at all possible with DSLR gear?

    Your time and help are greatly appreciated!

  • Christopher
    Posted at 19:38h, 16 May

    Hi Nicolas. Actually, this commission was all shot on the Sony A7rII. I gave up MF about 2 years ago. I use the Sony mounted on an Arca view camera, but you could use Canon Tilt/Shift glass via a Metabones adapter and get excellent sharpness. I Like the Nikon bodies too (though their tilt/shifts are lacking compared to Canon’s). I think the Canon bodies have poor shadow rendition.

    -CB

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