This week, we just got evaluation copies of the two newest Z-mount Nikon lenses. Since we haven’t had a lot of time to put the lenses through their paces yet, we’ll give our first impressions. This week, we’re primarily discussing the 24-120mm f/4S lens, including build and handling, features, and how it compares to other similar Nikon lenses.
We are back from a photo tour/workshop aboard a yacht cruise in Croatia. What an amazing country! We sailed from Split to Dubrovnik aboard a 40-passenger yacht, and had lots of amazing photo ops along the way. We’ll discuss the trip, what we brought, and what photographic experiences we discovered.
Want to join Jason in Croatia August 2022? Send me an email if you’re interested in the photo vacation of a lifetime!
This week, we got our hands on the newly released 50mm f/1.2S Nikkor Z lens. We both had the opportunity to test this lens and compare it to our other 50mm Nikon lenses. In addition to our impressions on optical performance, we’ll discuss what kind of photographer would benefit from this impressive lens.
Many thanks to our friends at B&H Photo for loaning us a production copy of this lens to evaluate.
In this episode, Rick and Jason talk about many topics that photographers obsess over and ask whether those things really matter. Does your camera have enough megapixels? Is it ever a good idea to use auto-ISO? Do I have the best lens? Sit back and enjoy our discussion of these topics and more.
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In this episode of The Sensor Plane photography podcast, I discuss what I’ve been up to over the summer, including recaps of workshops in South Dakota and Colorado. I also discuss the new Nikkor lens announcements to include the 24 f/1.8, 24-70 f/2.8 VR, and 200-500 f/5.6 VR.
Lastly I talk about some new improvements to Lightroom CC, including a cool new adjustment tool called the Dehaze slider.