31. Dezember 2020
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für How Bokeh Evolved and How Digital Photography Elevated it to Art

How Bokeh Evolved and How Digital Photography Elevated it to Art

Bokeh is one of the most subjective aspects of photo or video. As Simon’s Utak says in this 20-minute discussion on its history and how it is elevating digital photography into art, we as photographers can’t even agree how to pr… Read the rest “How Bokeh Evolved and How Digital Photography Elevated it to Art”

31. Dezember 2020
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für How Bokeh Evolved and How Digital Photography Elevated it to Art

How Bokeh Evolved and How Digital Photography Elevated it to Art

Bokeh is one of the most subjective aspects of photo or video. As Simon’s Utak says in this 20-minute discussion on its history and how it is elevating digital photography into art, we as photographers can’t even agree how to pr… Read the rest “How Bokeh Evolved and How Digital Photography Elevated it to Art”

6. November 2020
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Camera Sales in 2020 Have Plummeted As Much As 54%

Camera Sales in 2020 Have Plummeted As Much As 54%

The Camera and Imaging Products Association in Japan, otherwise known as CIPA, has published global camera and lens production data through September of this year, and the results show that the industry clearly has taken a hit from the glo… Read the rest “Camera Sales in 2020 Have Plummeted As Much As 54%”

3. November 2020
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Hasselblad Unveils XH Converter 0.8, a $950 Adapter and Speedbooster

Hasselblad Unveils XH Converter 0.8, a $950 Adapter and Speedbooster

Hasselblad has announced the XH Converter 0.8 which adapts H system lenses to the newer mirrorless X system while also reducing the focal length by 0.8x and improves the maximum aperture of the adapted lens by two-thirds of a stop.

The XH con… Read the rest “Hasselblad Unveils XH Converter 0.8, a $950 Adapter and Speedbooster”

9. Oktober 2020
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Canon Partners with Artist to Make Lens-Inspired Drinking Glasses

Canon Partners with Artist to Make Lens-Inspired Drinking Glasses

Canon has partnered with a Japanese craftswoman to produce drinking glasses that are designed to look or feel like using the company’s lenses. There are three sets being produced: one modeled after the look of lenses, one after how l… Read the rest “Canon Partners with Artist to Make Lens-Inspired Drinking Glasses”

3. Oktober 2020
von Michael Zhang
Kommentare deaktiviert für Canon’s RF 600mm and 800mm Were Inspired by R Super-Teles from 1960

Canon’s RF 600mm and 800mm Were Inspired by R Super-Teles from 1960

Back in July, Canon unveiled its new RF 600mm f/11 and RF 800mm f/11 lenses. If you’re familiar with Canon’s vintage lenses, you may have noticed that the new lenses share interesting similarities with Canon’s R 600mm fRead the rest “Canon’s RF 600mm and 800mm Were Inspired by R Super-Teles from 1960”

17. September 2020
von Michael Zhang
Kommentare deaktiviert für Samyang’s New Lens Simulator Shows How Settings Affect Photos

Samyang’s New Lens Simulator Shows How Settings Affect Photos

Samyang has just launched a new Lens Simulator that lets you play with sensor sizes and lens settings to see how they affect the look of resulting photos.

The interactive web app features a dynamic photo on the left and controls on the right fo… Read the rest “Samyang’s New Lens Simulator Shows How Settings Affect Photos”

18. August 2020
von Wagner Lungov
Kommentare deaktiviert für The Problem with Using Large Format Lenses on a Digital Camera

The Problem with Using Large Format Lenses on a Digital Camera

Large format photography still enjoys the status of a noble branch in image-making. Legendary names like Planar, Dagor, Heliar, Symmar, and Angulon — to mention just a few milestones in lens’ history — bear an almost superna… Read the rest “The Problem with Using Large Format Lenses on a Digital Camera”