First Impressions with the Neptune Convertible Art Lens System: Helga Traxler

NYC fashion photographer Helga Traxler recently had the chance to test the Neptune Convertible Art Lens System and agreed with the rest -- its compact size and portability make it the perfect choice for every kind of photographer. Read on for her first impressions of the system.

Name: Helga Traxler
Location: New York City
Profession: Photographer
Website/ Social Media Links: | @photosalonhelga
Other interests aside from photography: Traveling, Friends, Art Books and Gallery Openings

Photos using the Proteus 4.0/80mm Art Lens

Hello! Tell us a bit about your photography background.

I started taking pictures at a very young age since my Dad exposed me to photography right from the beginning. After I finished high school in Upper Austria, I spent a year in Barcelona where I decided that I’d really love to get more into photography and even make it my profession. That´s why I started studying Graphic Design and Photography at the University of Art and Design in Linz/Austria and finished my Masters in Visual Communication there too, before moving to New York in 2012.

Photo using the Proteus 4.0/80mm Art Lens

What would you call your photography style?

To describe my style, I always refer to what is most recognizable about my images, based on feedback I get from clients and friends: zoomed in, minimalistic, slightly overexposed pastel appearance with a focus on details and color schemes.

Photo using the Proteus 4.0/80mm Art Lens

What was your first impression upon seeing and holding the Convertible Art Lenses?

It’s super light and comfortable to carry around. The 3 in 1 lens system is a very affordable and convenient option to bring to portrait shoots, editorials, and for snapshots on the go.

Photo using the Proteus 4.0/80mm Art Lens

How does the Convertible Art Lens System fit into your style?

I love to superimpose my portraits and photographs in post-production and the Convertible Art Lens System (especially the variety of filter templates) give me the option to combine digital photography with analogue aesthetics right away - which I really like.

Photo using the Proteus 4.0/80mm Art Lens

Could you share your best photo and the story behind that shot?

I took this picture a couple of weeks ago during a photoshoot portraying some shades from the latest collection of the Austrian eyewear brand Andy Wolf. I was introduced to Claire, the model, who lives in London and is planning to move to NYC, by a mutual friend of ours. Initially, we wanted to meet to discuss a couple of questions about living in the city and we got along really well right away. I loved her style and decided to ask her if she would be up for a rooftop photo-session with me – and it worked out! :)

Photo using the Proteus 4.0/80mm Art Lens

Any pointers that one should keep in mind when using the Convertible Art Lenses?

I mostly shoot digital and use autofocus. When using the Convertible Art Lenses, being used to manual focus in your workflow is definitely an advantage.

Photo using the Proteus 4.0/80mm Art Lens

We’re back on Kickstarter with the Neptune Convertible Art Lens System — ensuring you have everything you need for any photographic opportunity. With three interchangeable front lenses with fixed focal lengths of 35mm, 50mm or 80mm, be prepared for any shooting situation with just one lens system. Including six special aperture plates that create beautiful and delicate bokeh, create stunning images with endless creative combinations. Inspired by Charles Chevalier’s original invention and reimagined with a smooth and sleek design, this multi-coated lens is an ideal option for beginners and professionals alike whether you shoot analogue or digital.

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