In June 2014, the Japanese nature photographer Kunito Imai reported on his wanderings through the green oases of Tokyo, delighting readers with his stunning images. We talked to Kunito again and asked him how his photography has developed in the last few years.Continue Reading
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Vladimir Morozow used the beauty of Moscow for testing the new ZEISS Batis 2.8/18. Read his detailed review to see his great photos and find out how content he was with the performance of the Batis 2.8/18.
For Ville Pohjola, the way light travels through the lens all the way to the camera sensor is one of the most interesting natural phenomena. In his article he explains his fascination for Northern Lights.
The Lofoten are a true El Dorado for photographers, even when the elusive Northern Lights don’t appear. ZEISS Camera Lens Ambassador Timm Allrich conducted a workshop and captured the beauty of the Lofoten Islands.
Untouched nature, stunning landscapes – and in the middle of this three speed riders on skis with small paragliders perform loop-the-loops over the ancient cliffs. It’s not just the action that’s spectacular, but also the resulting images. Shams, one of the cameramen involved in this shoot for a sporty advert for a Norwegian mobile phone company, reports on his experiences and why you need to keep your cool when shooting spectacular scenes.