I took the new Sony SELP18105G for a test ride. First impression: The lens is solid, well built and has two rings – one to zoom and one to focus. … Continue reading A quick look at the new Sony 18-105 f/4 G
All of you who have been to Miniaturwunderland in Hamburg know the little details. One of my favorites was mashed up into a wallpaper. I even created a diver icon … Continue reading Cows dive!
It was raining cats and dogs. Other people might consider this bad weather for a wedding or for being outside. But fortunately two lovely people said Yes to each other … Continue reading A Wedding and a game
Actually I do not think the Yasuhara Nanoha is not really a macro lens. It is more like the missing link between a macro lens and a microscope. The lens … Continue reading The ultramacro lens for Sony Nex
There it is finally. The awakening of my lust for photography after a longer break. And the journey will start again, where it once started: In the macro dominion.
No really! That is no trick question. I visited the botanical garden today and it was hot. Not hot as in hot but hot as hot as in hell. So … Continue reading How much water does a bee need?
There are a lot of pixels on that lovely Sony Nex-7. So many I could crop in the picture. The Nex-7 has 24.3 MPixel on the sensor. The base file was … Continue reading Picture of the moon with the Nifty Fifty
What kind of lenses do you take on a trip to New Zealand? The choices could be many, depending on the camera system. The good thing is that I have … Continue reading New Zealand with a Nex-7
Well this one is an elephant. Enjoy the wallpaper…
So I made some further observations after the first review yesterday. I also got a message telling me that other and more detailed shots are needed to see. So here … Continue reading Review of Sigma 30mm f/2.8 EX DN Sharpness