HR ALPAGON 23 mm - ideal for landscapes and tight interiors
The HR ALPAGON 23mm is the first choice for those photographers who need to cover as wide an angle as possible with a single "single shot": On a 40x54mm sensor (like the IQ160 / 260/360, IQ180 / 280/380 or IQ 1 100 / IQ3/4 100 and later IQ4 150 from Phase One or the H6d-100c from Hasselblad), the diagonal field of view is approximately equivalent to a 15mm "full-frame" lens (35mm full frame).
While such image angles on (medium format) SLR cameras can only be realized with large optical "artifices", ALPA technical cameras allow a much smaller distance between the rear lens and the sensor. This freedom allows optimization for highest resolution and sharpness. Shooting with the HR ALPAGON 23mm impresses again and again with its richness of detail and the lively micro contrasts. The on-edge color shifts that occur in modern high-resolution sensors (due to micro-prisms in front of the pixels) can usually be easily removed using the "Lens Cast Calibration" function. Due to the large front lens, the use of a suitable lens shade is recommended.
The HR ALPAGON 23mm is the ideal lens, especially for spectacular landscapes and narrow interior spaces.
Nächste Woche geht's los 🎉
Ich bin an den letzten Vorbereitungen für #gctogether auf der #gamesom 🙆♀️
Bin für @gamestar.de dort u.a. am Stand in Halle 10.1 um den Livestream zu Begleiten & lauf rum für coole Bilder & Videos🏃♀️
Freu mich schon riesig! 🤩
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#Throwback to a shoot for my #CrazySexyYou program. In my hands is the checklist for the day and yes, it was that long! I'm going over notes for—and from—myself, my hubby, my team and the film crew. My house is pretty small and it was particularly packed with busy humans that fine day (and a few dogs)!
So, I carved out a space on my counter and focused on what was being filmed next. And it's not the oddest place I've chosen to get my work done. I know some of you have seen the pic of me on my laptop while sitting on the toilet (lid down, of course 😉)!
Do you do your work from odd places? Let me know in the comments, or post a story and tag me: @crazysexykris
3 Myths You Need to Stop Believing About Networking⠀
What’s the first word that comes to mind when you think of networking?⠀
Awkward? Uncomfortable? Scary?⠀
Networking is one of those things you know you need to do, but often have no clue where to start. Or if you do start, you immediately feel like you’d like to exit the building, curl up in a ball and rewatch season 1 & 2 of This Is Us. Amiright?!⠀
But instead, let’s flip the script on what networking actually is. Instead of thinking of it as some necessary evil, let’s position it as an activity - that when done correctly - can catapult our careers in the right direction.⠀
Continue reading. [ Link in stories and in our highlights. ]⠀
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Good Morning!!! ☀️ I wanted to take a moment and re-introduce myself because it’s been a while and I’ve gotten a lot more supporters since my last introduction. So, Hi!!! My name is Madeline, the mama and the maker behind Loominescence!! I started macrame in 2016 as a hobby. Well, actually for Christmas gifts. And it soon became a desired activity and little did I know I would share my passion with the social media world in July of 2017. This past year got crazy with school, being a mama of two girls, growing another little human and enduring many tragedies - my Macrame production and creativity took a massive hit. I dropped the ball on several opportunities to participate in styled shoots, writing people back was always so heavily delayed, and other local macrame artists started to flourish. My pregnancy went high risk at 24 weeks, the same time my husband lost his young sister in a fatal car accident. During this time we were also caught in a whirlwind of family turmoil and we honestly never thought we’d see the light. Every day we carried fear of losing our baby in our hearts. I underwent an in uteru blood transfusion for baby because she was anemic and that procedure alone came with high risks. We traveled back and forth to Reno for our daily NST’s for the duration of our pregnancy. I delivered our sweet girl at 37 weeks and 1 day and she was immediately taken from us because she wasn’t breathing as her oxygen levels were all over the place. We were not anticipating this since her blood transfusion seemed to clear this unknown problem. Our girl spent 7 weeks in the NICU, 3 surgeries, 2 more blood transfusions, tons of meds for infections from surgeries and pain meds. Baby blues hit hard. BUT! We’re all happy and HEALTHY and we have been enjoying being a family of 5. It took me a while to ease back into a sane mindset - but I’m here and I’m ready to get back to work. For those of you who have stuck with me during this time - THANK YOU! And the business opportunities that I lost and potential friendships/connections - I look forward to mending ties. ❤️