It is not always easy operating in foreign cultures with a camera, approaching people to photograph them. But for Laura Saffioti and Dino Brusco these are exactly the right conditions for creating exciting photography. Here they talk about their travels and agree: for a good picture, you sometimes need patience.Continue Reading
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Clint Milby, the ‘HDSLR shooter’, appreciates how the technology of DSLR cameras has advanced in recent years, in particular the cine capabilities of DSLR cameras. The fact that he also uses still photo lenses is a given for him. In the action film “Weaponized,” in which he operated B camera, Clint used ZEISS lenses from the Classic family. We asked him about the project and his experiences.
An out-of-focus wide angle – that sums up Ralph Koch’s preferred working method. For a long time he had been searching for a lens that would allow him to capture his view of the world in pictures. The Otus 1.4/28 from ZEISS exceeded his expectations.
It was a historic moment when in 1964 R.M. Rao, then aged 24 years began his career as a filmmaker. Throughout his long career, he has experienced many historic and culturally important things, and witnessed numerous innovations in film technology and aesthetics.
David Clifford’s workplaces normally don’t have heated bleachers set up for photographers. His preferred motifs are action images of outdoors sportspeople – in places where there are very few, if any, spectators. For these jobs, the new ZEISS Batis 2.8/18 opens up whole new possibilities.