Photographers looking for a new creative lens may be interested in the wide-angle Bubble Bokeh: Trioplan 35+ Fine Art Lens which has been created by Meyer Optik based in the US.
Watch the video below to learn more about the world’s first Soap Bubble wide-angle fine art lens: Trioplan 35 f2.8 which has been designed to “fire up your creativity with the endless possibilities”, say its creators.
The Bubble Bokeh: Trioplan lens is now available to backfire Kickstarter with pledges starting from $699 for super early bird backers with delivery expected to take place during September 2017.
At Meyer-Optik, we love emotional, artistic pictures. Pictures that capture the moment as a whole, with all its emotion, spirit and feeling. In recent years, photography has become more and more a technical discipline, where there’s a real thrill of getting more and more pixels pressed into a single inch. Despite how exciting technical achievement is, and how much we support it, we truly see photography as an art, instead of something used only to achieve realism.
We think of photography as art with all its beauty and emotions. This is why we have re-created the legendary Trioplan “Soap Bubble Bokeh” lenses, for their incomparable ability to add emotions to your pictures. As the last step, we will build the last chapter of our Trioplan Trilogy, the Trioplan 35+. This lens will reflect all our knowledge, our experience and our passion as a lens manufacturer. You are very welcome to join this new exciting “soap bubble” journey with us.
Even if Trioplan photography is often referred to as “soap bubbles,” the Trioplan is more than just that. Did you ever think of a lens as the photographer’s paintbrush – a tool for expressing creativity in pictures?
Then Trioplan 35+ will have a great chance to become your all-time favorite lens. It offers incomparable creative assets. In addition to the soap bubble bokeh, we absolutely love its ability to soften the background – a very subtle rendering, making it look like it was actually painted. Soap Bubbles and a lot of more: Trioplan 35+ f2.8 – the first wide-angle Art Lens:
In our preceding Kickstarter projects, with our Trioplan 100 f2.8 and Trioplan 50 f2.9, we allowed photographers all over the world to create fascinating pictures with the re-construction of historic rioplan lenses, especially known for the famous and artistic “soap bubble bokeh.” Now, with your help, we’ll bring the fantastic bokeh to a wider angle.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Camera News, Top News