When you pose this question to most photographers they will probably tell you that they can never have enough lenses. But the truth is, if you have just 1 or 2 really good zoom lenses, then that’s pretty much all you really need. If you read my other post The Most Useful Lens In [...]
As a minimalist, I have never been much of a collector of anything, especially old film cameras, which have now become functionally obsolete. But I accidentally discovered an antique shutterbox recently that I fell in love with. The camera is called the Flexaret Automat and was manufactured for a period of only about 25 years [...]
A few weeks ago I posted an article titled Black And White – An Old Way To Renew Your Digital Photos. In that article I discussed the beauty of converting digital photos to black and white. So I thought I would also share with you my quick and easy workflow that I have used [...]
This is the second part and continuation of last week’s post on How To Calibrate Lenses With Your Camera Body (Part 1).
In this post I am going to take you step by step through the 20 step lens calibration process from start to finish using the LensAdjust tool. First though is a [...]
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