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Introduced as “a new visual experience,” Nikon has just announced the NIKKOR Z 135mm f/1.8 S Plena lens for its mirrorless Z system. This short-telephoto prime is all about being the quintessential portrait lens; it emphasizes accurate rendering, smooth bokeh, and high sharpness, along with a focal length that flatters subjects and allows for an ideal amount of subject-background separation.
At Sony Kando this year, we tested the new Sony FE 16-35mm f/2.8 GM II Lens for landscape photography. Landscape photographers will appreciate this wide-angle zoom’s features, such as better sharpness at the corners, an 8.6" minimum focus distance, and an overall smaller form factor. 0:00 - Introduction 0:27 - Features 2:04 - Design 2:33 - Final Thoughts What will you be photographing with the Sony FE 16-35mm f/2.8 GM II Lens? Let us know in the Comments section, below.
Tamron just released the newest version of the 70-180mm f/2.8 Di III VC VXD G2 lens. With its updated autofocus, vibration compensation, and custom switch, this lens is perfect for handheld shooters. 0:00 - Introduction 0:33 - New Updates 1:25 - New Features 2:32 - Final Thoughts What will you photograph with the updated Tamron lens? Elaborate in the Comments section, below.
Didn't get a chance to attend our Bild Expo 2023? No problem! Nick Brigadier takes you on a tour of the show floor for a look at the latest gear—some of which was announced the day of Bild. 0:00 - Introduction 0:40 - Cooke Lenses 1:06 - GoPro HERO12 Black 2:05 - Leica 2:47 - Sony a7C II & a7CR 3:42 - Angenieux 4:38 - DJI Osmo Action 4 5:30 - Hasselblad XCD 4/28P 5:53 - RØDE Wireless GO II 7:01 - Zoom R4 MultiTrak Recorder 7:47 - SmallRig 9:10 - DZOFIlm 10:02 - Tamron 10:58 - Nanlite 11:40 - Nanuk 12:33 - Thank You for Watching! In
Panasonic has announced a trio of updates to its celebrated Micro Four Thirds system with its latest offerings, the LUMIX G9 II mirrorless camera, the Leica DG Vario-Elmarit 35-100mm f/2.8 and Leica DG Vario-Elmar
Sony is back with two exciting additions to its compact full-frame line: the a7CR and a7C II cameras. Both cameras harness the powerful BIONZ XR to massively overhaul photo and video performance. Debuting alongside them is an all-new
Yes, you can use wide-angle lenses for portraiture. Follow along as Sony Artisan of Imagery Scott Robert Lim shares his techniques for shooting portraits with wide-angle lenses. 0:00 - Introduction 1:41 - Overview 2:42 - Yin-Yang 16:35 - Creative Wide Shots 6:53 - Composition Tips 36:13 - Summary 38:08 - Q&A 48:14 - Final Thoughts Did you find these tips helpful? Let us know in the Comments section, below. Sponsored by
Jabari Holder tests the video quality of almost every entry-level ZEISS digital cinema lens available, from the CP.3 and LWZ.3 series. He also compares them to the Zeiss Otus, Milvus, Loxia, and Batis lenses. 0:00 - Introduction 0:52 - The Zeiss Look 1:52 - Photo vs. Cine Lenses 7:19 - CP.3 8:51 - LWZ.3 10:21 - Otus 11:23 - Milvus 12:23 - Loxia 13:26 - Batis 14:05 - Final Thoughts Are you a ZEISS fan? Tell us why in the Comments section, below.
Curious about prime and zoom lenses? In this video, Maria Perez explains the differences between the two and discusses the benefits of each. 0:00 - Introduction 0:06 - What is a Zoom Lens? What is a Prime Lens? 0:35 - Prime Lenses 1:03 - Zoom Lenses Did you find this video helpful? Which type of lens do you favor for photographing, and why? Let us know in the Comments section, below.
Gear is an important part of portrait photography, but knowing what you want to get out of your images will make it easier to choose a lens. In this video, Sony Artisan of Imagery Chris Orwig discusses how each of his lenses helps capture his artistic vision and subject's feelings. 0:00 - Overview 4:19 - Orwig's Go-To Setup 10:12 - Focal Lengths & F-Stops 20:00 - White Balance & Color 26:18 - More on F-Stops 28:27 - Focal Length Examples 35:45 - Questions to Think About 42:22 - Lighting & Backgrounds 46:09 - More on Focal Lengths
When it comes to capturing portraits, it's important to understand what kind of emotion you want to convey. Join Marvin Joseph as he shares his process, what inspires him, and how he makes space for his work to stand out. 0:00 - In This Video 0:14 - Finding Inspiration 0:48 - Finding the Mood 1:14 - Lighting 2:25 - Being Different 3:06 - Being Spontaneous 4:20 - More from Joseph Marvin Joseph will also be speaking at B&H Bild Expo. Did you enjoy these tips? Share your own in the Comments section,
Join Sony Alpha Collective member Nate Luebbe as he uses the a6700 to photograph wildlife. Thanks to its crop sensor, you get extra reach without compromising on sharpness. Plus, the a6700's features allow for quick and easy use in the field, so you don't miss a shot! 0:00 - Introduction 0:18 - Features and Real-World Experience 2:06 - Is This for You? Feeling inspired to pick up the a6700? Let us know in the Comments section, below.
Join Matt in the mountains of Zion National Park as he captures long-exposure light trails from passing cars. You'll learn the process step by step, from location scouting to shooting to editing. 0:00 - In This Video 0:30 - Location Scouting and Gear 3:10 - Photographing, Step by Step 5:40 - Editing (Lightroom & Photoshop) 11:31 - Results Do you have any long-exposure shooting tips to share? Give us a shout in the Comments section, below.
Matt Zefi is on location in Zion National Park to teach you how to photograph bodies of water. Watch this B&H video and learn how to compose a photo and get some recommendations for the gear and settings you’ll need when photographing moving water. 0:00 - In This Video 0:32 - Finding Your Composition 1:59 - Gear 3:51 - Settings 5:56 – Zefi’s Images 6:18 - Final Thoughts Are you a pro at capturing moving water? Let us know in the Comments section, below.