Tag: Samyang Optics Australia

If is a little word, but it can mean big things

Camera gear is important if you want to take photos, and over the years you change with what you are taking photos off, along with how. I thought it might be fun to take a look at what gear I think I need for what I do now. Let’s say all my gear was stolen […]

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Weekend Wanderings: State Library of Victoria

Last weekend I got to experiment with the fisheye at the State Library of Victoria. When I was first loaned the Samyang 12mm fisheye lens I knew that I wanted to try it out at the library. It is one of those places that has a massive space and trying to fit it into a […]

Instagram and a tutorial

As per usual I’ve had a few photos up on Instagram this week and will put them into a gallery for you, but first I wanted to tell you about a tutorial I wrote for Digital Photography School. Here is the link: How to Make a Sketch Inside a Photograph It is one of those […]

Weekend Wanderings: Docklands through a fisheye

The other night I went into the city to take some photos of the Bolte Bridge. I had wanted to do the sunset there. I met my friend Chris and we made our way to the base of it. On the way I put the Samyang 12mm fisheye on and took lots of photos with […]

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Weekend Wanderings – Fisheye look at some Melbourne Interiors

The other day I went into the city with Frank from Vanbars and he had a Samyang 12mm fisheye lens that I was able to try out. I’ve been hearing about Samyang Optics Australia quite a bit and it was great to be able to try out one of their lenses. Also, being a fisheye was […]