The SAL135f18z is an marvel of a lens, which gives spectacular results and features AF with some minor drawbacks. In this review I share my experience with it from a personal point of view.
The ZA135 is a high end lens with Sony A-mount: it is big, it is expensive and it is one of the best lenses I ever used.
I used it on my Sony a7 with a Sony LA-EA4 adapter for this revie Continue reading Carl Zeiss Sonnar 135mm 1:1.8 ZA Review →
This is my now final review of the Sony SEL2470z.
Keep in mind that I do lots of landscape photography so I emphasize certain aspects others won’t find as important and vice versa.
This is the fourth lens released for the Sony FE-System.
In theory it should be good for many applications like reportage or travel photography. In this review I will try to assess how well it performs.
Size: (diameter x length): 73mm x 94.5m
Filter Thread: 67mm
Minimum Focusing Distance: 40cm
Continue reading Review: Carl Zeiss FE 4/24-70 Vario-Tessar T* →
In party 3 of my series I will tell you about my approach to post processing. This is my personal approach and there are many different approaches, some of them more sophisticated than mine, but I found that it works quite well for me this way.
In case you haven’t read part 1 and 2 yet, here are the links:
How I create Images – Part 1: looking for motifs and light
How I create Images – Part 2: working with the Sony a7
I will talk about this image later, but it makes a nice intro
Continue reading How I create Images – Part 3: Postprocessing →
In this article I talk about how I use my camera in the field, so it is rather focused on the Sony Alpha 7, but I think that it holds some interest for users of other cameras as well.
Continue reading How I create Images – Part 2: Working with the Sony a7 →