Here are some examples of our work.
Most of these films are shot "Documentary style"
Shoot and Postproduction by Kahuna Films
At home in paradise with David LaChapelle | Phase One
We had the unique opportunity to visit photography legend @davidlachapelle at his Hawaii home. Get a glimpse at him taking a step back from his incredible career to spark his creativity and watch how he photographs a rather unusual projects with his XF camera system. Click through to see more projects: https://phaseone.ws/home_in_paradise Phase One - http://photography.phaseone.com
Profoto B1X - Power in all the right places
Creativity can happen anywhere, literally. Watch our behind the scenes video of Tim Kemple in action. And he really is all action, as he uses the new powerful B1X to capture a series of stunning images on the island of Mallorca. ___ Experience the Profoto B1X: http://profoto.com/B1X
Pagani shoot with Richard Thompson | Phase One
Join Richard Thompson in an epic photo shoot of the Pagani Huayra BC in the busy streets of New York. Richard uses his XF 100MP with several of the new Blue Ring lenses. Check out the final images here: http://www.phaseone.com/en/Products/Camera-Systems/Testimonials/Richard-Thompson.aspx Phase One - http://www.phaseone.com Try Phase One: http://www.phaseone.com/demosignup Download Capture One: http://www.phaseone.com/download
Alpine Photography with Kamil Tamiola | Phase One
Based out of Aosta, in the very heart of the Italian Alpes, Kamil Tamiola specializes as a landscape and action & sports photographer. With a passion for climbing, Kamil has worked for some of the biggest outdoor sports brands in the world, as well as commercial jobs for, Facebook, Apple, Pocket Wizard. Beside Kamil's work as a photographer he is a passionated speaker and workshop lecturer. His scientific curiosity and storytelling gift, carefully crafted during his years as academic researcher, has helped him achieve many speaker engagements, including the role as presenter for Discovery Channel, Facebook, Apple, G-Technology and finally, he has been selected as a TEDx talk speaker with the presentation, “Imagine Yourself and Night Photography”. Kamil Tamiola: http://www.alpine-photography.com/ Phase One - http://www.phaseone.com Try Phase One: http://www.phaseone.com/demosignup Download Capture One: http://www.phaseone.com/download Kamil Tamiola: Up there you don't get a lot of second chances. The weather, the snow and glacier are unpredictable. And there is always the worry about altitude sickness. But I'm like any other professional photographer. When I am on the shoot I have got to get the shot. And it has to be good. No excuses. I think it is the challenge of pushing myself to the edge that really motivates me. I love shooting in testing environments but part of being professional is knowing and minimizing the dangers. When it comes to safety I reduce the risk as much as I can. Today we are going to be photographing for the Guild of the Guides of Courmayeur. We are right now in the very heart of Mont Blanc Massif at 3300 meters. I am shooting two professional mountaineers. They have been climbing all their lives and are local to this area so they understand the conditions and dangers better than anyone else. What I will utilize here is high dynamic range which allows me to beautifully recover the shadows while toning down the highlights. Actually, this is why I started working with medium format IQ250. No other camera in this quality range offers such a high dynamic range. This type of photography is basically impossible with cameras that offer lower dynamic range. I am going to be shooting with a 40-80mm. My intention over here is to show the action. You can see the snow blowing around. I want to see the snow and the detail in their faces and this is going to be an excellent shot to manipulate with the Clarity tool. I want to see the details. And this lens with its focal range supposed to bring this detail. I want to see expression on these guys and I want to see their hands working. I want to see them going deep into the snow. This is a perfect territory for 40-80mm experimentation. When you shoot at 40mm you show vast nothingness behind them. Whereas you can also see them making all these dramatic moves chopping through this ice and snow. I'm very satisfied with the shots we just acquired because we are facing something called the Scottish conditions with a very powerful Southern wind and lots of ice and particles drifting around. This creates this drama-like situation and shooting wide-angle will make the situation even more dramatic. We are done for today. It was an absolute blast. We have taken lots of landscape shots, action photography. We have done climbing photography and I can’t wait to open the shots in Capture One Pro 8.
Shooting a rare Ford GT40 Mark IV racing car with Richard Thompson III | Phase One
Los Angeles based automotive photographer Richard Thompson III draws on a life-long love of cars to create high energy, atmospheric imagery for his clients. Richard Thompson has photographed some incredible cars during his career but his latest shoot was something special even for him. The chance to shoot a rare Ford GT40 Mark IV racing car was an opportunity Richard wasn't going to take lightly so he chose an incredible location in the desert and tried out two Schneider Kreuznach zoom lenses including the 40-80mm LS f/4.0-5.6. Trained at the Savannah College of Art and Design, his background combines elements of film, photography, and graphic design with a genuine passion for all things automotive. Phase One - http://www.phaseone.com Try Phase One: http://www.phaseone.com/demosignup Download Capture One: http://www.phaseone.com/download Photographer: Richard Thompson http://www.rvt3.net/new/ View the final amazing images: http://bit.ly/Sqbkpn
Key Bridge Dance by Jeffery Salter | Phase One
From Sunrise to the Moonlit sky of night, skillful South Florida photographer, Jeffery Salter, shares his ideas, thoughts and technical set ups for creating and capturing these amazing images. Jeffery Salter is known for his vast array of engaging editorial and passionate portrait photography, but he makes sure to step outside of the creative box for his own personal projects. Inspired by his passion for Dance and Architecture, Jeffery is composing a beautiful Fine Art Project called, Key Bridge Dance. We joined him in the Florida Keys to capture these amazing images and watched as dancers gave new purpose to old South Florida architecture. “With this shot I’m breaking the rules of composition and that’s what rules are made for, in photography to break them, but its important to know the rules so you can break the rules…. I am creating tension, drama, mystery, so its more than just a photograph on a page.” Jeffery Salter: http://www.jefferysalter.com/ Phase One - http://www.phaseone.com Try Phase One: http://www.phaseone.com/demosignup Download Capture One: http://www.phaseone.com/download
Shot by Kahuna Films
Postproduction by 3rd party