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Thank you! Interiors, commercial or residential, are subjects that lots of people try to shoot, but they are so technically demanding that few actually capture them the way they should be captured. While demanding and challenging, those are markets that a photographer can really stand out from the throngs of competition if they dedicate themselves to perfecting their technique.
The Hasselblad H5D60, 60 Meg capture Blad. I don't think we need it, although I'm sure it's a wonderful piece of equipment. The D800's should be just fine, and with an aircraft this size, I don't think the 17 TS...Show more →
I've communicated with a pro shooter out of Chicago (Jeff Schewe) and he tells me that after trying the H series Hasselblads, he believes Phase One is leading the pack in medium format digital platforms. It is his opinion that Hasselblad has lost it root leadership and is trying to sit on its historic laurels. He feels they no longer produce the high quality equipment that Victor made famous. I've played with the Phase One system and it sure has the look and feel of ultra high quality. Their real ace in the hole is the sensor back. Definitely cutting edge technology. Their IQ280 offers 80 megapixel captures; however, it will cost you over $40K for just the back. Money being no object, I'd think that the Phase One IQ280 back coupled with the ALPA FPS platform would be the ticket for your architectural and aircraft interior work. The ALPA FPS system allows the use of nearly any lens made. Again, not a cheap arrangement, but if your client offers that he/she could 'absorb' that cost, you'd be set. While certainly out of my league, here are a few links to whet your whistle