Archive for June, 2007

Photography: The Zuiko D 50mm as a portrait lens

Wednesday, June 20th, 2007

I have so much respect for the Zuiko D 50mm lens. It’s small, fast and light. It is a superb piece of glass. People write that sometimes it hunts for focus lock due to it’s Macro lens design. I’ve yet to experience this, even when photographing in low light. The main problem when using it […]

Photography: Summilux 25mm At The Amos Restaurant

Tuesday, June 19th, 2007

Some of our regular readers have wondered why there have been few posts about Amos in recent days. It’s not that I’ve not been here but rather that Peter from No: 3 brought with him four books in The Emperor series about Julius Ceasar by Conn Iggulden. As a result I’ve been ‘hacking’ my way […]

Photography: The Cubist Bedroom

Monday, June 18th, 2007

Reality, or Bedroom Fantasy? Just when I thought I had seen everything my big brother Eric sent me a panorama he made of a bedroom. He writes: “When taking interior shots I usually try to take a variety from every available angle and then use a piece of software called Panorama Plus to bring out […]

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