Today we begin a new series in which I will tell the story behind some of my pictures, like many of you asked me to do. We start with a photo a few years old: “Bench #3”.
Tag: manual focus
Cheap tilt lenses for full format cameras
If you’re a savvy landscape shooter you know that in many situations only stopping down isn’t gonna cut it. No matter what, you will not manage to have a scene perfectly sharp front to back, and this even before starting considering the nasty effects of diffraction.
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How to choose your next lens
Let’s be honest: even when we swear we have been cured of the dreaded G.A.S. (Gear Acquisition Syndrome) every one of us still suffers the occasional attack.
So, given that’s unavoidable, let’s make sure at least we will not buy something we will end up not liking. Continue reading “How to choose your next lens”
Medium format legacy lenses: sizes and specs
Last time we talked about legacy lenses for the 35mm format. Now it’s time to step up the game, size-wise.
Beware, the table weights an healthy 579Kb, so the page will be quite a bit slow to load if you don’t have a fast connection.
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The story behind the 35mm legacy lenses list
Today we play away: in a guest post at DearSusan I explain how the 35mm legacy lenses list was born.
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