Along with the rumblings of both a 28mm f/1.8G FX and a 16-85mm DX lens announcement from Nikon due before the end of 2012, there has also been talk of an upcoming Nikkor 18-300mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR, also set to make an appearance some time in the foreseeable future. Well, thanks to some trigger happy folks over at Nikon Europe, the latter has officially been leaked, bringing with it our first full glance at not only the lens itself, but also the specifications and feature set listed below.
Inspirational Story of a Woman Born Blind From Albinism, But Pursuing Her Dream of Photography Nevertheless
The stories of disabled individuals whose determination and willingness to defy their odds are constantly rousing and inspirational, especially in the field of visual arts, where all of our fellow visual creatives are reliant upon the use of their eyes. All aspects of our creative fields, down to filmmaking and photography, calls for, as the genre’s term implies, “vision,” suggesting that artists and their works must be perceptible to and by the sense of sight.
Amy Hildebrand, a successful photographer based out of Cincinnati, Ohio, was born with albinism, which impacted her sense of sight so convincingly that doctors told her parents she was legally blind, and therefore, will never be able to do anything a normal child could do. Little did doctors know, however, it would only be a matter of years until the feisty girl would defy all of the predictions set forth by her doctors.