Nina Romani loves to explore cities and landscapes. Whether at home or when traveling she is constantly on the lookout for special bokeh with her camera and her Planar T* 1,4/50 always at her side.Read more
If you want to compose photographs with an appealing background, it’s hard to ignore the plant world. As a motif a meadow of flowers has a special appeal. And if you open the iris a bit more, the colors melt all the way into the depths of the image.
Batu Balkanli likes to work with such a bokeh range. In and around the Bosphorus metropolis of Istanbul and armed with his ZEISS lenses, he is constantly searching for the special bokeh.
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Opera Stars Make the 2015 ZEISS Art Calendar a Real Experience
Bernd K. Otto’s Carl Zeiss Kamera-Register
ZEISS has been making camera lenses of the highest quality since 1890. What is less known is that ZEISS subsidiaries were producing high-quality cameras since as early as 1902.
In 1971, Voigtländer AG, which had been acquired by ZEISS, and Zeiss Ikon AG stopped making cameras. Bernd K. Otto has documented the fascinating history of the different models of these cameras.
Two things have fascinated David Hinkel for a long time: photography and oceans. He likes to search for impressive motifs under the water’s surface, whether it’s the colorful animals that live near a reef or the large marine animals. And with the ZEISS Distagon T* 2,8/15, he can even make a whale shark fit completely into one image.Read more
Boris Buschardt is a passionate landscape photographer who has discovered a fascinating underwater world. With a snorkel or from the water’s edge, he captures the strange vastness that lies under the water’s surface with his securely encased ZEISS Distagon T* 2,8/21.Read more
Tags: Austria, Boris Buschardt, Croatia, Distagon T* 2.8/21, Dome port, DSLR, Fernstein, Fernstein Lake, Iceland, Jellyfish Lake, Ongeim'l Tketau, Palau, photography, Plitvice, Plitvice Lakes, Samarang, Samarang Lake, Silfra, slr, Underwater photography, Wideangle, zeiss, ZEISS lenses, Þingvellir
Every autumn the Dutch capital Amsterdam becomes the center of interest for professionals from film and television productions and from broadcasting when IBC – the International Broadcasting Convention takes place. From September 12 to 16, 2014 more than 55,000 film specialists from over 170 countries visited the halls to see the latest developments in broadcasting technology with their own eyes. For a great number of them the ZEISS stand F50 in hall 11 was more than worth to visit. We are happy to say, that our booth has been a crowded meeting point for everyone enthusiastic about high performance optics.Read more
Tags: Amsterdam, ARRI/ZEISS Master Anamorphic, ARRI/ZEISS Master Prime, ARRI/ZEISS Ultra Prime, Cinematography, Compact Prime CP.2, Compact Zoom CZ.2, IBC, IBC 2014, International Broadcasting Convention, slr, zeiss, ZEISS lenses, ZEISS Servo Unit
A documentary to mark the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall
In the autumn of 1989, the Berlin Wall fell. David Hasselhoff’s song “Looking for Freedom” had already shot to the top of the German music charts in the spring of that year. Change was in the air. Political and personal freedom in the then divided Germany was within reach. Mark and Gabriele Hayes both share a very personal story from 1989.
Now, as documentary filmmakers, they are examining that unique moment in German-German history from an unusual perspective — by looking at the role of pop music in the final days of the Berlin Wall. In their work they value the flexibility afforded by the ZEISS Compact Zoom CZ.2 70-200mm T/2.9.
Tags: ARRI/ZEISS Ultra Prime 14/T1.9, Berlin Wall, Carl Zeiss, Cinematography, Compact Zoom CZ.2 70-200mm T/2.9, CZ.2, Dana Christiaansen, David Hasselhoff, Gabriele Hayes, Jack White, Mark Hayes, zeiss, ZEISS lenses
Every two years Cologne hosts photokina, the world’s most important imaging trade fair. And from September 16 to 21, 2014, around 185,000 film and photography fans, from 160 countries, attended this year’s event by the Rhine. Many of them headed straight to ZEISS in hall 2.2, stand C-018, where they could talk with optics experts and experience close-up four new lenses that really whet your appetite for photography.Read more
Tags: Carl Zeiss, Christophe Casenave, Distagon, Distagon T* 1.4/35 ZM, Loxia, Loxia 2/35, Loxia 2/50, Otus, Otus 1.4/55, Otus 1.4/85, photokina, photokina 2014, zeiss, ZEISS Camera Lenses, ZEISS lenses, zeissphk14