I am not going to go into much detail about this sharp little lens because, unlike the Sigma, there is tons of info about this one. It is after all one of the 50mm lenses that most are familiar with if you use Nikon. Only the G version, the more recent one, is ahead of … Continue reading Six Day Prime Lens Challenge – Day 3 – Nikon 50mm 1.8 AF D on APSC camera
So I started off with the newest lens in my arsenal. It's the Sigma 28mm 2.8 mini wide II. A very cute little lens that weighs very little but still feels solid. It's a manual focus lens which is rather challenging on a DSLR. Especially as my camera yesterday was an old D90 which doesn't … Continue reading Six Day Prime Lens Challenge – Day 1 – 28mm lens on APSC Nikon
I recently took a stock check again of photo gear and thought about what worked best and what I needed in order to facilitate advancing. I have always loved prime lenses and see myself potentially using primes exclusively both professionally and for pleasure. Why do I love primes? Well apart from the fact that primes … Continue reading Six Day Prime Lens Challenge
Here is an interesting question. Being a minimalist I obviously don't get into collecting loads of stuff. I think I am not naturally inclined towards GAS (gear acquisition syndrome) anyway. The most cameras and lenses I ever had at any one time? Not sure. I guess 4 cameras and 4 or 5 lenses. That might … Continue reading What Photo Gear Do I need?
I started out in 35mm film photography simply because there wasn't any digital available back in the 90's but I was just having fun. When I got really interested in shooting again a few year ago, I bought a couple of DSLRs (and then a mirrorless camera). It didn't even really dawn on me to … Continue reading A New Old Camera – My Minolta X700
I was going to title this, ''photography and consumerism'' but I think ''versus'' is far more apt. This is a touchy subject for me. It honestly makes my blood boil a bit but I will try to remain calm as I write this... You might learn a little bit about cameras in the process. Those … Continue reading Photography vs Consumerism