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In 2006 I went back using my analog Nikon F100 because my aging Nikon D100 didn’t give me much fun anymore. I never really liked the D100 and would have never bought the Nikon F80 it was based upon but … Continue reading
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Since I’m reading about the X100 all over the place for month and see pictures made with it on the web that really look good, I had to give it a real try. Because from the specs it is the … Continue reading
Ok, 12 is not the number that explains everything. But its a 12% grey that the light meter in our camera is calibrated to, not the commonly published 18% grey. What?? Yes, a Kodak grey card is 18% grey. But … Continue reading
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I’m a sucker for fast primes. I like good lenses in general, but fast primes can be really special. While DSLRs had become some kind of disposable items lasting 2-4 years before updating it with the “latest and greatest”, a … Continue reading
Tagged bokeh, fast prime lens, Nikkor, Nikkor 105mm/2.5 AiS, Nikkor 20mm/2.8 AiS, Nikkor AF 135mm/2D DC, Nikkor AF 180mm/2.8 ED, Nikkor AF 28mm/1.4D, Nikkor AF 85mm/1.8D, Nikkor AF-S 14-24mm/2.8G, Nikkor AF-S 35mm/1.4G, Nikkor AF-S 50mm/1.4G, Nikkor AF-S 85mm/1.4G, Nikkor OC Auto 35mm/2, Nikon, Photography, Portrait, prime lens
Why Japanese camera company’s don’t get it? Fujifilm build a gorgeous looking camera, shows it at Photokina 2010, steals the entire show with the concept, takes 6 month to finish it and screws up so badly in its usability. Ok, … Continue reading
Sometimes I wonder what the engineers and marketing people of the big camera companies are drinking. Paint thinner? I mean, come on! I want a compact pocketable camera with a good lens and a DX sensor. I don’t want to … Continue reading
Last week I stumbled twice over posts about Jeff Bridges panoramic photos from the film set of True Grid (great movie btw!). For those who don’t know, he uses a Widelux panoramic camera with a 26mm/2.8 swing lens that covers … Continue reading