UK based wedding photographer Matt Wilkinson took time out from his busy schedule to test out the Neptune Convertible Art Lens System around the sleepy and serene Norfolk coast.
Name: Matt Wilkinson
Location: Norwich, Norfolk, U.K
Profession: Wedding photographer
Website/Social: mattwilkinsonphotography.co.uk | IG: mattwilkinsonphoto | Twitter: mattwilkinson81
Interests: Music, Vinyl, Films
Hello! Tell us a bit about your photography background.
I first picked up a camera around 6 years ago and I’ve been hooked ever since. I started shooting long exposure landscapes early on, sold a few prints and had some shots published in magazines. Then a friend asked if I’d shoot their wedding, nervously I said yes and it just progressed from there.
What would you call your photography style?
I don’t think I have a specific style, it all depends on what/who I’m shooting at the time.
What was your first impression of the Neptune Convertible Art Lenses System?
When I first received the Neptune lenses I was really surprised by their size, weight, and the build quality. They're so light and portable, when I was out and about shooting with them, I just had my camera and the lenses in my pocket. It was very freeing not having a bag around my neck, it was very easy to change to a different lens when needed. I love that about these lenses.
Any pointers that one should keep in mind when using the Neptune Convertible Art Lenses System?
35, 50, and 80mm are what I predominantly use in my professional work, so they were the perfect focal lengths for me. The focus ring is also very smooth, which made it easy to focus on whatever subject I was shooting and the images are nice and sharp.
Just go out there and have fun!