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Zeiss Magic

Dustin Abbott

July 25th, 2014

© 2014 Thousand Word Images by Dustin Abbott

Poor, poor me ūüôā I’ve got to spend the month with the Zeiss APO Sonnar T 135mm f/2 ZE lens. Even after just an hour or so of shooting with it, I’ve got dozens of images that I would be willing to share. Part of my process is, well, processing, but I wanted to start with an image that was untouched. This is as it came out of the camera, and my camera is set up to produce pretty flat images to provide the broadest lattitude for processing. This is (like all Zeiss lenses for a Canon body) manual focus only, but the sharpness, color, and defocused region is simply astounding. I’ll be writing a full review over the next several weeks, so expect to see a lot of images from the lens leading up to that date.

Technical information Canon EOS 6D, Zeiss APO Sonnar T 2/135mm ZE, Processed in Adobe Lightroom 5

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