A love of nature and of mountains led Werner van Steen to photography. The native Belgian travels the world taking pictures of its most remote corners. He uses ZEISS Otus lenses to achieve the highest possible imaging quality.
JanLeonardo is a pioneer in light art photography. With his creative ideas and spectacular pictures, he is setting new standards. When taking his pictures, which are extremely complex to create, he uses only ZEISS lenses — most recently the Otus 1.4/28.
An out-of-focus wide angle – that sums up Ralph Koch’s preferred working method. For a long time he had been searching for a lens that would allow him to capture his view of the world in pictures. The Otus 1.4/28 from ZEISS exceeded his expectations.
About a month ago, Sony Artisan Thibault Roland had a chance to test two of the best and most impressive lenses for full frame cameras, together with a new tilt/shift adapter meant to mount manual lenses on a mirrorless system. Namely, he tested the HCam Master Tilt Shift adapter together with a couple lenses from the Otus line from ZEISS: Otus 1.4/55 and the brand new Otus 1.4/28. The results are impressive.
Images on this page shot in the Eastern Sierra Nevada and elsewhere in California using the Nikon D810 and Sony A7R II (with lens adapter). Open images in a separate window for higher resolution. Larger version up to 24 megapixels are presented in diglloyd Guide to ZEISS.
ZEISS Ambassador Phil Holland took a closer look at all three lenses in the ZEISS Otus family. Join him for a trip around the world and experience amazing results taken with the Otus lenses in combination with various camera systems.