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.Continue Reading
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.Continue Reading
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.
It has been a while since ZEISS presented the Milvus 2.8/18, which is a completely new designed lens in the Milvus lineup. Its 2/3 stop advantage over the Classic 3.5/18 and the globally improved design tempted me to try this lens.
Capture life in all its colorful glory with the ZEISS Distagon T* 1.4/35 ZM. It is the perfect companion for the widest variety of photographic journeys. If you’re a fan of classic rangefinder photography, then you’ll love this 35mm lens.
As in part one of this series, the goal of this article is to establish by “tell and show” a conceptual framework by which one evaluates the “prime or zoom” choice for one’s own work. Accordingly, this is not a comparative lens review, but discusses what the best prime can do in general, and in a specific comparison, what it delivers versus a pro-grade zoom.
Traveling to the end of the world is not an easy task and South Georgia is certainly qualifying for that category. For Hans Strand this island had been a dream since he was a teenager and at one stage he thought he would never be able to see it. Now the dream had come true and he had his bag full of top notch ZEISS lenses.