Back in 2015, when I got my first DSLR for Christmas, I also got a fully manual anubia 500mm Lens from my father. I never really liked that Lens. It is not really that good. That is mostly because it is so extremely long, fully manual and also quite dark, starting at ƒ/8.0. It is… Continue reading A very long Lens.
As a Photographer, I do own several Lenses, covering all the Focal Lengths from 18mm to 250mm. And the largest bit of that Range is actually done by only one Lens. It is my Canon EF-S 55-250mm Lens. Back in 2016, I wanted to get a tighter Lens because my Kit Lens only goes from… Continue reading My tightest Lens.
I absolutely love Landscape Photography. It is awesome. I have used all kinds of Lenses for Landscape Photography. Mostly Wide-angle Zooms. Or Telephoto Lenses. But last week, I decided to shoot some Landscapes with my 50mm f/1.8, a classic Portrait Lens on APS-C. I have done that before, but lately, I feel inspired to write… Continue reading Landscape Photography with a Portrait Lens.
I love Photography, and lately, I also really love Hiking. And when I am Hiking, I prefer to pack light. So I usually bring only a few Lenses with me. Usually, I bring my Primes and a Zoom or two. Shot near Oberschulenberg. But lately, I mainly use my Ultra-wide 10-18mm Lens the most. I… Continue reading I love Wide Shots.
When it comes to Lenses, a lot of Photographers speak of the Holy Trinity of Lenses. What that means is, that there are only three Lenses that you need to be able to do any kind of Photography. Usually, those Lenses are a 16-35mm, a 24-70mm and a 70-200mm. But those only really do the… Continue reading The Unholy Trinity.