Zeiss Sonnar 135mm is a very good lens – not on digital, though.
Dealing with lenses soft in the corners
My empirical solution to Nikkor 50mm f/1.2’s focus-shift issue. How to use it?
I find it interesting that while this film was born out of a specific technical problem, nowadays it still satisfies a very specific technicality albeit a very different one. At the
Circo: fotografie a colori ed in bianco e nero!
A good old Sonnar is almost as good as a trusty cuppa!
The use of obsolete Contax / Yashica lenses on Canon EOS bodies is relatively common, but some exotic combinations of lenses and bodies are little documented and their compatibility unknown.
Differently from the Ektar 100, that produces fantastic colours without any intervention with Photoshop, I totally dislike the Fujifilm Pro160C – that I have used for this edited photo of
These photos (taken at the last Durham food fair) show, photographically speaking: that there is no substitute to Ektar to photograph food vividly and under plain light conditions that there is
They say it’s not the camera, but the lens, that makes the picture. Especially with film, the camera is often irrelevant. Yet, this image taken in the Wharton Park could
Una mia ricetta.