I think that every photographer somehow or another loves to photograph cities at night. They become magical places that suddenly come alive and have specific lighting set so carefully. And they’re gorgeous. The contrast that city lights create draws people in from all across the world. Take Times Square: though it is the bane of every NYer’s existence, people stand and stare in wonder at all that’s around them. One could say the same about many a Rambla in Barcelona. Walk though the streets of Bangkok at night and you’ll see the city come alive like no other.
Hi, my name is Zamir, I’m based in Reunion Island, and as a landscape photography lover, you can’t imagine how grateful I am to be living there.
I started photography during an internship in India in 2011, I bought my first camera in order to immortalize my trip and… I totally fell in love with the possibilities offered by it and the way it satisfies my creative mind. I’m a Samyang ambassador since 2019 and through this post, I will show you how beautiful my island is.
A few weeks ago, I received the MF 14mm F2.8 MK2 from Samyang. I’d like to share my experiences of this new version of the MF 14mm F2.8 over the last few weeks.
First and foremost, this is not my first Samyang lens. I've been using Samyang MF 24mm F3.5 Tilt/Shift lens and I’m really fell in love with this amazing lens, now I became a big fan of Samyang.
Out of the box, the Samyang AF 35mm f/1.8 FE comes with a large lens good and nice protective case that comes with the f/1.8 FE lens in Samyang’s tiny lens line. With a compact lens that’s 35mm, this lens is truly an all-rounder as a go-to lens for different situations. Weighing in at just 210g (without lens caps and lens hood), the weight of this lens really helps with all-day shooting.