The new Nikkor Z 85mm f/1.2 S is the latest gem in Nikon’s collection of portrait lenses for the Z mirrorless cameras. I recently had the opportunity to test this wonderful lens, which was kindly provided to me by Nikon Bulgaria. Unfortunately, I had limited time with the lens, since I wanted to do a little more tests in more dynamic lighting environment to fully experience its capabilities. In the following lines, I will briefly share my impressions.
Throughout my career as a photographer, I have trusted a brand that has always covered my technical and creative needs and has served me faithfully for many years. As you can already guess from the title of this article, it’s about Nikon.
As a long-time user of the brand, I owned various models such as F4 and F65, while still shooting on film, and at a later stage with the advent of digital photography I had models such as D80, D200, D300, D3s and D4s.
During his work, every wedding photographer is concerned mainly with two issues – the capture of the right moment and the qualitative light. Since the wedding is a dynamic event, lightning is often required due to insufficient natural light or simply for the realization of more interesting artistic techniques. To help photographers from all over the world, the team of Swedish company Profoto announced at the end of 2017 its compact flash Profoto A1, proving the rule that little details are of great importance.