Tokina SZ Super Tele Finder Lens Review

Tokina SZ Super Tele Finder Lens Review All photos of this review were captured by Christophe Anagnostopoulos. February 7, 2022 -> Full Review was published. *** *** Intro Tokina launched the SZ Product line in August 2020 with 400mm F8 Reflex lens being the first product, and since then it continuously increased the line-up of products, not only with new lenses like

2022-02-07T20:37:01+03:00February 7th, 2022|

Garmin Instinct Solar Photography Review

Garmin Instinct Solar Photography Review All photos of this review were captured by Christophe Anagnostopoulos. January 27, 2022 -> Review was published. Intro I find very interesting how some products that are not directly photographic, can be great tools out in the field for a photographer, and I don’t necessarily speak just for landscape photography. A couple of months ago, I've shared

2022-01-27T18:46:45+03:00January 27th, 2022|

“Into The Mountains” First Teaser

The pandemic is still here and requires even more caution from everyone with the new omicron variant in order to stay safe and to hopefully return soon to our normality. Our health is above everything, still every person must continue to achieve their goals no matter what. After two (2) very strange years with lots of restrictions due to the pandemic, I finally got

2021-12-29T20:34:15+03:00December 28th, 2021|

From a Thought, to a Photograph

From A Thought, to A Photograph May 26, 2021 -> Article was published. *** *** Intro The first thing I always say to the participants of my workshops is to always spend enough time in preparation. I strongly believe that in order to make a good photo, no matter the genre, you have to be prepared as best as you can. Preparation for

2021-08-19T13:00:16+03:00May 26th, 2021|

Lafuma Access 40 Review

Lafuma Access 40L Review *May 21, 2021 -> Review is published. All  photos of this review were captured by Christophe Anagnostopoulos. *** *** Intro In the last few months I have been making some changes in my photography gear in order to suit my needs better, as I am currently working on some new stuff (more info on another post, hopefully soon).

2021-08-19T13:00:26+03:00May 21st, 2021|

Tokina atx-m 33mm F1.4 X Lens Review

Tokina atx-m 33mm F1.4 X Review Optical Design Graphs of this review were taken from the official Tokina website (www.tokinalens.com). All other photos of this review were captured by Christophe Anagnostopoulos. November 20, 2020 -> Full Review was published. *Please note that until the time of writing this review, Adobe hadn’t released a Lens Profile for Camera Raw/Photoshop/Lightroom.* *UPDATE February 1, 2021-> New

2021-08-19T13:01:08+03:00November 20th, 2020|

Tokina atx-m 23mm F1.4 X Lens Review

Tokina atx-m 23mm F1.4 X Review Optical Design Graphs of this review were taken from the official Tokina website (www.tokinalens.com). All other photos of this review were captured by Christophe Anagnostopoulos. November 20, 2020 -> Full Review was published. *Please note that until the time of writing this review, Adobe hadn’t released a Lens Profile for Camera Raw/Photoshop/Lightroom.* *UPDATE February 1, 2021-> New

2021-08-19T13:01:24+03:00November 19th, 2020|

Tokina Firin 20mm F/2 AF Review

Tokina FiRIN 20mm F2 AF Review Optical Design Graphs of this review were taken from the official Tokina website (www.tokinalens.com). All other material (photos & videos) of this review were captured by Christophe Anagnostopoulos. *June 23, 2018 -> First Impressions Mini Review was published. **May 15, 2019 -> Adobe released a lens profile for FiRIN 20mm AF in the May 2019 update of

2021-08-19T13:01:58+03:00October 23rd, 2020|

HOYA STARSCAPE Filter Review

HOYA STARSCAPE Light Pollution Cut Filter Review *The Review was updated in 2020-10-19 with new data and photos/videos.* *** ***     Intro For some photographers, filters are not required for astrophotography or night photography in general. In general someone can say that this partially true, with the exception of Light Pollution Filters. Light pollution filters were well known for astronomers and deep

2021-08-19T13:03:05+03:00October 19th, 2020|

Deepness Dawn, a Reboot

The night sky is always magical! The experience of seeing the galactic core with your naked eyes is so amazing. In this image, the viewer can see many celestial objects, like the bright Jupiter on the left and the faint Saturn on the far left. On the right is the bright Antares on the colorful Rho Ophiuchi region, while in the middle the viewer

2020-05-25T16:55:43+03:00May 25th, 2020|

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