For many photographers, lenses with a focal length of 35 millimeters are part of their basic equipment and considered true allrounders for reportage, street photography and landscape photography. With an excellent imaging performance and a large aperture, the new ZEISS Milvus 1.4/35 also positions itself as the perfect choice for creative portraits.
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ZEISS photographic lenses history can be traced back to the end of 19th century. Although the history is quite long, this prestige brand never abide by stereotypes, innovation and advancing attitude with the times is commendable. In recent years, it doesn’t matter if they are traditional SLR mount Otus / Milvus lenses, or aiming for the younger generation mirrorless system launched the Batis / Loxia / Touit series lenses, you can see ZEISS has put a lot of effort into research and development of their new products.
I am a portrait photographer and that means babies and young children are part of my world. Capturing a newborn is a rare opportunity that I treasure. They are only newborn for a short period of time and those are images you don’t want to miss.
My wife suggested we remove ourselves from our comfort-zone and head out-of-town and shoot from the hip. A few hotel bookings were made and soon we were on the road with the Sony A7R2, the new ZEISS Batis 2.8/135. I wanted to be able to shoot on the go but still be able to control the ambient light to achieve the look that I wanted.
Joseph Rubinstein is a cinematographer in Los Angeles, the founding member of Digital Bolex, and a life long film enthusiast. He had the chance to shoot his latest project MISCREANTS with the new ZEISS CP.3 lenses.
Situated in the wondrous city of Marrakech, at the luxury Riad Dar Jaguar hotel, this exciting workshop is for photographers looking to advance their skills and enrich their portfolios in a variety of genres including - Fashion, Street, Architecture, Interiors and Landscape.
Singapore photographer, Jenson Lee collaborates with the SCUNW on a project on Gender Equality and captured soulful images with the “dependable and capable partners” in his camera bag – the ZEISS Milvus lenses.
Going back a generation it used to be sailors, prostitutes and prisoners that had tattoos. Nowadays, it is just as likely to be the Mum outside the school gate. And sadly, over half the people would think less of someone because they have a tattoo.
The ZEISS CP.3 and CP.3 XD lenses offer the perfect combination of high image quality and reliable usability. Our friends from HOTSHOT Magazine were granted a look behind the curtain of ZEISS's development process for this new lens family.