As an adventure, lifestyle and travel photographer based part time in the UK and part time in his trusty camper van Clement Hodgkinson enjoys photographing on the road. It is no surprise that jumped on the opportunity to spend a month in New Zealand shooting projects for tourism boards.
It is Douglas Wood's opinion that regardless of the type of photography you do, you have not really finished your work until you make a print. Using the right lens plays an integral part in this process. Learn from Douglas how you can make your images stand out.
Do you sometimes wonder if there are still places on our beautiful planet that are untouched by tourists? Fortunately, Bima located on the island of Sumbawa island in central Indonesia's province West Nusa Tenggara, is such a place where tourists are still a rare species.
When your aim is to take photographs with wide apertures and extremely accurate focusing, high-precision manual lenses can make your work easier. Photographer and educator Martin Krolop walks you through the steps to achieve great images with a manual focus lens.
As long as photographers have cultivated their craft they have also looked for perfect lenses that would allow them to express their vision. Searching for certain aesthetic can be a fascinating journey which takes them into optical theory and laws of physics. Please read on with guest author Toni Ahvenainen who will help shed some light into the quest of finding the perfect lens.
As a classically trained chef, photographing food and cocktails has become a way of expressing my love of the art though my images. I have had the fortune to work with some of the world’s best chefs and bartenders in the industry.
When ZEISS introduced the Milvus series in 2015, the aim was to offer a new generation of manual-focal lenses for powerful full frame digital SLR cameras. The three fast f/1.4 lenses 35, 50 and 85mm have already been available. Now a new focal length has joined the family: the Milvus 1.4/25.
About a four-hour boat ride away from Athens lies Folegandros, a small island in the south Aegean Sea near Santorini. Before embarking on my trip, I expected to find the white buildings characteristic of the region set against the blue waters of the Mediterranean – and I wasn't disappointed.