All posts by Phillip Reeve

I have two hobbies: Photography and photographic gear. Both are related only to a small degree.

How would we process your image?

The idea

We would like to make a little experiment: You can send us a raw file and then some of us will process it, show our settings, discuss our approach and maybe compare our results.

The idea is that you can compare our results to your own processing and maybe improve on it. At the same time we can compare our results and learn something as well. So everybody benefits 🙂

How to get an image to us

The easiest way would be to leave a comment with a link to the raw file. But you can also send an E-Mail to xxxx.

Edit: Thanks to all those who contributed! We now have a good selection of images to chose from 🙂

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Lenses in the field part 1: Out in nature with the Voigtländer 40mm F1.2

I bought the Voigtlander 40mm F1.2 in May 2018 and ever since it has been my most used lens. I took nearly 50% of my 3 star rated pictures in 2019 with it, shot two weddings with it and took it with me on all my holidays.

In this new series we will offer you a less technical and more have a look at lenses we like a lot in some more specific scenarios.

You can find all the images shown here in 4k at flickr where you can enjoy them with their high quality viewer.

Hohes Venn in winter
autumn forest close to home

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Review: Samyang AF 35/1.4 FE – High Performance with Issues

The Samyang AF 35/1.4 FE is the most affordable in the croweded field of fast 35mm AF E-mount lenses. I this review I try to answer the question if it is a smart buy.

Samyang AF 35/1.4 FE Review

Most images in this review can be found in full resolution in my Samyang AF 35/1.4 FE flickr set. There you can also browse samples in a very high quality browser.

 

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