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.
As a newcomer to ZEISS’s latest line of lenses, I knew a few things would most certainly be true. First; the line would consist of lenses which would be built exceptionally well, as this has long been the standard for ZEISS.
Drew Gardner is a people photographer in heart and soul. When he was offered a prototype of the ZEISS Otus 1.4/85 he jumped at the chance. Wanting to know what the new lens was capable of, he tested it under normal everyday conditions – and really liked the results.