The Meyer Optik Gorlitz 50 f/0.95 Nocturnus II Lens Review. Speed & Bokeh for your Sony.

The Meyer Optik Gorlitz 50 f/0.95 Nocturnus II Lens Review. Speed & Bokeh for your Sony. It never seems to end! Year after year, day after day it seems there are new products coming out, and many seem the same as what has come before. In the case of this Meyer Optik 50 0.95 Nocturnus…

How to use Focus Stacking and Bracketing with Olympus Micro 4/3 Cameras By Peter Baumgarten

How to use Focus Stacking and Bracketing with Olympus Micro 4/3 Cameras By Olympus Trailblazer Peter Baumgarten Every autumn, in the forests near my home, a massive reproductive event takes place that I just can’t ignore. It starts during the warm days of summer when long tendrils of mycelium digest their way through the rotting…

The Sony A7s with Canon 35mm LTM RF Lens by Paul Marbrook

The Sony A7s with Canon 35mm LTM RF Lens by Paul Marbrook – His website is HERE I’ve owned a good few lenses over the past 15 years and have learned over time that there is no holy grail when it comes to lenses. My favourite focal length is between 35mm and 58mm which would…

Bokehrising your iPhone shots. How to get a shallow DOF look from your phone. by Brad Nichol

Bokehrising your iPhone shots. How to get a shallow DOF look from your phone. by Brad Nichol – His blog is HERE Yep the pic above was taken with an iPhone, it is the flower of a red flowering eucalyptus variety and right about now it and many other species of native Australian trees are…

USER REPORT: Zhongyi Mitakon Speedmaster 25mm f/0.95 review by Boris Liberman

USER REPORT: Zhongyi Mitakon Speedmaster 25mm f/0.95 review by Boris Liberman Hi Steve. I’ve been shooting Pentax since like forever. When I started back in Moscow in 1988 with my Zenit ET, little did I know that it was actually Pentax universal M42 mount. Since 2002, I am shooting Pentax cameras, and since 2005, I’ve…

Inspiration: New with Old. Sony A7II with Canon 50 1.4 FD By Evan Smith

Hi Steve My day job is in the photo industry, but in sales, not the creative side. In my early career I was a pro photographer. A staff photographer for the University of Edinburgh, doing varied stuff from Press/PR, graduation, architecture, portraiture, studio still life and more as well as darkroom work and managing an…