Sony has announced that it is now ranked second in the U.S. full-frame interchangeable lens camera market, a position formerly held by Nikon. The data comes from The NPD Group, which shows a 23% increase in Sony’s full-frame interchangeable lens cameras and lenses sales … Continue reading
Here at the Panoramist most of the heavy lifting is done with the Sony A7 series since they are compact, full frame, low light capable, growing family of lenses, and have an electronic viewfinder. Every photography should find the below … Continue reading
Looking for a great place to photograph then consider visiting Iceland? Visiting Iceland: 14 Dos and Don’ts- Lonely Planet The number of visitors to small, ravishingly beautiful Iceland is soaring – and Iceland’s news has been busy with stories of … Continue reading
Introduction This article, from the Kolor, lays out the panoramic techniques used to generate a gigapixel reproduction of a painting of Jesus by Adolf Hyla. Gigapan Epic Pro & Kolor Autopano Giga Three billion pixels, 12 hours of shooting, and 6 months … Continue reading
If you are a Sony user, you may be interested in this new application. Sony Team| March 15, 2017 The New Alpha Library The new Alpha Library app is now available on iTunes and Google Play In the Alpha Library, … Continue reading
Introduction Early last month, I found myself in West Seattle and saw an opportunity for another test my new Zeiss Loxia 2.4/85 lens. Alki Beach in West Seattle is direct across from the city. The breakdown for each panorama is as follows: … Continue reading
Introduction In September 2016 my wife and I decided to take a last minute road trip to Utah, Arizona, California, and back home to Seattle. The trip too short, involved a lot of driving and we had little time at each … Continue reading
Here is Part 2 of the Sony FE 70-200mm f/2.8 GM Teardown by Roger Cicala from Lensrentals.com. Part 1 of this article can be found here.
I am planning to spend more time on the road this year. In addition to camera gear, I am in the need of some new outdoor gear. As a camping neophyte, I found this article illuminating.
Ever wanted to tear down a lens, and see what makes it tick? This is a fascinating article by Roger Cicala over at Lens Rentals and will dissuade you from that notion.