Before you read our Mitakon 50mm f0. 95 III review, I want to ground you and bring you to reality. Take all the hype you've got about beautiful bokeh, the f0. 95 aperture, and beautiful images. Now realize a very, very big fact of life: nothing comes without hard work, or smart work.
The worst thing you could possibly do in the photo world would be considered heresy and sacrilege in the church of photography. Truthfully, if you buy a lens with a fast aperture, you should never stop it down.
The Panasonic 85mm f1. 8 is the lens that the system really, really needed. The L-Mount alliance likes to tout that they're the second full-frame mirrorless camera system to hit the market. But they've needed more lenses to fill in gaps.
In a world where the quest for technical perfection has led to clinical staleness, the Mitakon Speedmaster 65mm f1. 4 lens is a breath of fresh air. It arrived on my doorstep in a small, unassuming brown box.
Lots of tips on the web for sharper photos talk about post-production. We've talked about this even on our website. But we've also discussed specular highlights and all that a flash can do for you.
Natural light portrait photography is easy to do but difficult to master. But indeed, some of the most beautiful portraits are shot with diffused window light, skylight, or outdoors. Always remember that a five-in-one reflector is your best friend.
For more stories like this, please subscribe to The Phoblographer. The Leica M-mount system is often revered as a benchmark of aspiration and a defining line in the sand of having made it. For decades, M-mount lenses have been championed for their dreamy lens quality. However, as they have adapted to the general market demands