SAN FRANCISCO, 1988.
CORBAS began as CAFE CORBAS, founded by Basul Parik and Corky Engel. After 9 years, Basul and Corky left the cafe business and drew upon Basul's family history of photography dating back three generations to Prague and his family's "Professional Color Laboratory" in San Francisco. Basul's early 60's history with Fantasy Records and Bill Graham, along with Corkys' knowledge of the newly emerging computer based video editing field led to the founding of Corbas Video.
With the advent of digital photography, the ability to "paint" with the camera was born. Highlighting only those areas that convey the idea and leaving out those elements that may detract. Not only do these panographs express, we believe, the rapid, jumbled and dense world of information available to all of us living in this age, they also express an element of time. Some of these works required anywhere from 20 minutes to several hours to photograph. They can contain anywhere from 20 to 150 individual megapixel images.
OVER 300 VIDEOS.
From travel documentaries to Hindu chants and festivals to the classic San Francisco Viva Variety shows featuring comedians, singers, dance, spoken word, all filmed live in San Francisco and produced by Steve Murray.
WHY HOLD THAT iPAD?
We love to read in bed. But, holding an iPad, Surface, or even a Kindle for any length of time is awkward and painful. Why use one hand on a touch tablet? We created our tablet stations to let us recline and use both hands for as long as we like. Vertical or horizontal. The large base allows the station to rest securely on your lap. We raised the tablet closer to eye level to minimize neck strain. The result is a more relaxed working, browsing, reading or gaming experience.
Check'em out. Hundreds of videos to see. Travel, Comedy. Dance. Festivals.
Why hold that iPad? Surface? Kindle?
No more arm fatigue. Read and surf for hours. Great for kids and parents!
Check'em out. All original designs. Prints from both books and the upcoming New York City photo book.
The Neo-Gothic Saint Ludmila Church.