We'll start off next week with a little gem of an essay by regular (if infrequent) contributor John Kennerdell about the generational shift in style among photographers. That's Monday.
I've been meaning for a while to dig at least partway into the stack of books awaiting review, and since I'm feeling so rested and revived by my trip, it seems like now I might have the energy for that. I hope, also, that I can get to a peculiar little test I've had planned. I asked B&H Photo to send me a Sigma 60mm lens and a NEX-to-Contax adapter. Meanwhile, I bought an old Zeiss/Contax 60mm "C" Macro lens off Ebay. I can probably predict that my "review" of the two dissimilar 60's will not have enough charts 'n' graphs and bits of corners and centers of images to satisfy some Internetizens, but it will be my first experience with an adapter for the NEX and I'll at least talk about what the two very different lenses are like to use. I also have a new Micro 4/3 camera here to try.
So, next week, some book reviews, and within the next couple of weeks, a lens test or two.
...Among other things, of course.
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