Fast Cars require Fast Lenses

September 26, 2017 ZEISS LENSPIRE Team

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Achieving a clear image and optimal colors even when working with available light was what I expected when using ZEISS Milvus lenses on my Nikon D3s. But I got so much more. The experience of working with lenses manufactured without plastic elements means that the lens has a certain weight to it. You just know that you are holding equipment of the highest quality standard in your hands.

I like to shoot like I did in analog times.  To remember what it is to feel the sun and to understand the light to get the most out of it. Achieving unique Bokeh with 1.4 openings gives that magic touch to images. Working with ZEISS optics made me more in touch with the light and worry more about the framing than other technical aspects, it allowed me, in addition to achieving images of unmatched quality, to find myself with the basics of photography: light and Framing, the motives always remain.


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Lograr una imagen nítida, colores óptimos y la luz adecuada era lo que esperaba al usar ópticas ZEISS en mi Nikon D3s, obtuve mucho más. La experiencia de trabajar con lentes fabricados sin elementos plásticos hace que éste tenga un peso que te da la certeza de estar utilizando equipo con los más altos estándares de calidad.

Volver a hacer fotografía como en la época análoga, recordar lo que es sentir el sol y entender la luz para sacarle el máximo provecho. Lograr Bokeh únicos con aperturas de 1.4 les da ese toque mágico a las imágenes. Trabajar con ópticas ZEISS me hizo estar más en contacto con la luz y preocuparme más por el encuadre que por otros aspectos técnicos, me permitió, además de lograr imágenes de una calidad inigualable, reencontrarme con lo básico de la fotografía: la luz y el encuadre, los motivos siempre sobran.

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