Tracy Page uses the ZEISS Milvus lenses 1.4/85 and 2/135 for her portrait photo shoot with the actor Alpha Trivette. Tracy: " I think everyone can tell from my portraits that the qualities of the lens paired with an interesting or beautiful face are magic."Continue Reading
ZEISS Photography Award 2017: winner Kevin Faingnaert offers a portrait of life on the Faroe Islands
Barren landscapes, solitude and magical stories: Belgian photographer Kevin Faingnaert created his photo series Føroyar during a month-long trip to the Faroe Islands, a group of islands in the North Atlantic midway between Scotland and Iceland. On LENSPIRE he talks about what inspired him – and about one man’s search for messages in bottles.Continue Reading
Hi, my name is Irwin Wong and I am professional photographer based in Tokyo, Japan. Every month on Lenspire I’ll be bringing you a journal introducing aspects of my ongoing personal project, which involves documenting traditional crafts and traditions in Japan that are in danger of going extinct. Here is entry number 2 - enjoy!
In 2016 Tamina-Florentine Zuch impressed the jurors of the ZEISS Photography Award enough to win the competition’s first prize, including ZEISS lenses worth EUR 15,000. In this article she talks about her new project “Stay, I don’t need anything”, how she found great images by milking cows, and how switching to manual focusing has influenced her work.
This is the first article of a multi-part series discussing ZEISS DSLR prime lenses against the best native zooms, starting with the ultra wide angle range (15mm, 18mm, 21mm). While the scope of the examples in this series is confined to DSLR lenses for Canon and Nikon, the same general considerations apply to lenses for mirrorless cameras.
Hi, my name is Irwin Wong and I am professional photographer based in Tokyo, Japan. Every month on Lenspire I’ll be bringing you a journal introducing aspects of my ongoing personal project, which involves documenting traditional crafts and traditions in Japan that are in danger of going extinct. Here is entry number 1 about Magic Mirrors in Kyoto.
In street photography you want to simplify things as much as possible when it comes to the camera and the exposure so you can immerse yourself in the environment to better capture life unfolding around you.