Objects in the public domain and their geometric impact are the focus of Barry Tse’s photography. He uses the large angular field of the ZEISS Touit 2.8/12 to present each motif and its surroundings with equal impact.Read more
Kunito Imai is fond of animals and plants. In and around Tokyo he regularly searches out a small area of nature that he can capture in pictures using ZEISS lenses. His motifs reflect the changing light of the seasons. Portraits of primates, still lifes of flower petals, alluring macro photos — for Imai it is the haiku, the Japanese short poetry form, that forms the common element.more
Get close enough to nature, and new experiences open up for you. A meadow or shrub near your home that you never really noticed in the past can suddenly become the gateway to another world, offering up spectacular motifs. Stefano Zatti uses his ZEISS lenses to capture the beauty in such hidden treasures.Read more
Irfan Nurdiansyah with his image of snow monkeys
To mark the first birthday of the Touit lens family for compact system cameras, everyone in the ZEISS community had six weeks to submit their best picture taken with a Touit lens through the OFFICIAL Carl Zeiss Lenses Group on Flickr. More than 70 photographers did, and the results are fantastic.Read more
For Young Woo Park photography is part of everyday life.
On his daily travels through Seoul, South Korea’s capital, the ZEISS Touit 1.8/32 is his constant companion.
Douglas Kurn has been photographing with a single reflex system and ZEISS lenses for years. Then he conducted an experiment:
to try compact system cameras and a demo set of the ZEISS Touit family over a period of four weeks.
ZEISS wins several prizes in Las Vegas
More than 93,000 professionals from the media and entertainment industry and almost 2,000 exhibitors in just four days – that was the NAB Show 2014 in Las Vegas, the most important broadcasting trade show in the US market from April 7-10.Read more
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Participation until June 8, 2014 on the ZEISS community on Flickr
Happy Birthday, Touit! We are celebrating the first birthday of our lens family for compact system cameras with APS-C sensor – a great reason to see what sort of great application images you have created so far. Until June 8, you have the possibility to submit the best image that you have taken with a Touit lens on our Flickr group. Afterwards, a prominent jury consisting of ZEISS experts as well as the four participants of last year’s "The ZEISS Challenge: Touit in Bangkok" will select the winning image.
The view from the cockpit of a large airplane has always fascinated people. Unfortunately, with today’s security regulations, it is an experience denied most of us as airline passengers. Thomas Aigner, a former television journalist and media entrepreneur, offers a solution with his documentation film project PilotsEYE.tv. He views the flight through the extreme wide angle of the Compact Prime CP.2 lens series from ZEISS. From the coveted middle seat between captain and co-pilot, Aigner’s film crew directs the ‘filming’ eye of the brand-new CP.2 15 mm/T2.9 lens, which is combined with compact HD professional movie cameras. That lets the viewer see exactly what is happening during the flight through the eyes of the pilot.