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Playing with focus and blur, natural colors and a harmonious bokeh – practiced photographers use these design elements to give their portraits that special something. What a good thing, then, that a new member has just joined the Batis family: the ZEISS Batis 2.8/135 is an ideal tool for creating atmospheric, unique portraits.
ZEISS enthusiast Lloyd Horgan, professional aviation and landscape photographer gets behind the driving seat of the ZEISS Batis 2/25 on board with the 56th Rescue Squadron at Royal Air Force Lakenheath and the Wiltshire Air Ambulance.
Some of the best street photographers today use their smartphones to capture photos on the streets. A great option like the ExoLens® with ZEISS Optics Wide-Angle exists - and with that said, it makes both urban geometry and street photography easier. In this article Chris Gampat shares a few tips for photographers looking to get more out of their phone.
I often get asked why I got a ZEISS Loxia. The key for me was the optics, communication with the body, and manual focus. I find myself enjoying the process more when automatic options are not available.