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Click here for my Sigma 14mm f/1.8 Art Field Test The Sigma 14mm f/1.8 DG HSM Art lens is the world's first full-frame ultra-wide lens to offer a maximum aperture of f/1.8. That alone makes it a very appealing lens to certain groups of photographers. More than that, it is an impressive lens that delivers great images and certainly lives up to its "Art" billing, which has quickly b
Click here for my Panasonic ZS200 Field Test The Panasonic ZS200 further develops its predecessor's largest advantage over the competition, its long built-in lens inside a compact camera body. The 20-megapixel 1-inch sensor remains unchanged, which allows the ZS200 to continue to deliver good image quality for its class, but the 25-250mm equivalent lens of the ZS100 is now a
The famous multicolored bands that run across the face of Jupiter have raised many questions for astronomers since the first observations of the gas giant, and when NASA's Juno orbiter recently began streaming back data they finally started getting some answers. Among them was the discovery that these bands extend thousands of kilometers below the surface, but this posed another question,
Click here to read my Fuji X-T100 Field Test Continuing their very busy year, Fujifilm recently released the X-T100 X Series interchangeable lens camera. The X-T100 features stylish SLR-like body design, a 24.2-megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor, a built-in 2.36M-dot electronic viewfinder, 3-inch tilting touchscreen, hybrid autofocus and 4K UHD video recording for just under $600. Dur
Click here to read my Fujinon GF 120mm Macro Field Test When the GFX 50S debuted, Fujifilm released three lenses alongside it, including the Fujinon GF 120mm f/4 R LM OIS WR Macro. Until recently, it was the only GF lens I had yet to use. I was excited to try the lens and see what type of resolving power it had. As has proven to be par for the course with other GF lenses, the G
the 20-acre maze pays tribute to the series ahead of netflix releasing the trailer for the third instalment last week. The post this american corn field has brought to life a 20-acre ‘stranger things’ maze design appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Click here to read my Phase One Trichromatic Field Test Phase One recently approached me with the opportunity to test the IQ3 100MP Trichromatic digital back with their XF camera system. In 2016, my colleague William Brawley tested the XF camera with Phase One's then-flagship 100-megapixel IQ3 100MP digital back. Since then, the company has updated the firmware in the XF came
Click here to read my Fujinon GF 250mm f/4 Field Test As Fujifilm continues to expand their GF lens lineup, there was a distinct lack of longer lenses. With the new Fujinon GF 250mm f/4 R LM OIS WR, GFX owners now have a nearly 200mm-equivalent prime lens and alongside it, a 1.4x teleconverter designed specifically for the GF 250mm f/4. I had the opportunity to test out the new
in stephan zirwes football photography the strategy of the 'real-picture-graphic' presents the viewer at first glance with a field of patterned dots and textures. The post stephan zirwes’ orthogonal ‘football’ series creates a field abstraction of the field appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
When shooting with a wide-angle lens, one of the sacrifices you make is that it is difficult to attain a shallow depth of field. In some cases, that's no problem. For example, when shooting a landscape shot, more depth of field is almost always a good thing. However, what if you want to shoot portraits with a wide lens. Can you still get a nice blurry background? David Bergman says that you


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