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Gambling on Digital Pays Off



The most incredible part for Stahl in shooting digital is eliminating the mystery of the black box. "In the film workflow, you always wondered:

did all the strobes fire, did the shutter function, did the film properly advance, and will your film end up in the bottom of the processing tank?

"With digital you are assured that you have the shot instantly, and your client is relieved to see the image on the monitor, knowing that you got it. No more mystery of the black box!"

And there's certainly no mystery to why going digital was a great strategy for Tim Stahl and the Barona Valley Ranch Resort and Casino. v

For more Stahl PhotoGraphics images, visit www.stahlphotographics.com.

TIM STAHL'S GEAR BOX

DIGITAL CAMERAS & BACKS
Phase One H-20 and H-25
Canon 10D (w/15mm fisheye, 17mm,
28-135mm IS, 100mm macro,
75-300mm IS Canon lenses)
Nikon D-100 (w/20mm, 28-200mm, 58mm, 180mm Nikkor lenses)

MEDIUM-FORMAT Cameras
Mamiya RZ67II
(w/65mm, 110mm, 180mm lenses)

LARGE-FORMAT Cameras
Sinar p2
(w/90mm, 180mm, 210mm lenses)
Horseman
(w/75mm, 90mm 150mm, 210mm lenses)

LIGHTING
Profoto with ring light
White Lightning
Chimera
Mole-Richardson hot lights

DIGITAL DARKROOM
Mac G4 Titanium PowerBook
Mac G4 Studio
HP Pentiums
Sony Artisan Monitors
GretagMacbeth Eye-One
Graphiclite PDV Viewing Enclosures
Adobe Photoshop CS
PhotoTune
Iview Media Pro
Canon printers: S-750, I-950, S-9000,
W-2200, W-7200
Nikon Super Coolscan 8000ED
Umax flatbed scanner
Minolta Dimage Scan Elite F-2900
TDK External USB/Firewire DVD
Seagate 160GB hard drives in fan-cooled USB/Firewire cases
SanDisk 128MB, 1GB cards, 256MB Cruzer Minis

NECESSITIES
Pelican cases and bags
Good German beer


   







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