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.
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.
Wide angle lenses are usually conceived of for their essential function of “fitting more in”, since some spaces and places afford no viable alternative. Yet one of the hardest things to do with a wide angle lens is to fit in only what is needed, that is, to take out as much as possible, but not too much. In this in-depth article Lloyd Chambers from diglloyd.com explains how to harness the potential of wide angle lenses.