Albert Dros’ once-in-a-lifetime selfie with the ISS is a neat story. It’s not a true selfie, per se, but it’s a lucky photograph none the less.

Albert’s work is truly top notch. I discovered his work when looking for a new Zeiss Batis 25mm f/2 lens review and I was dumbfounded with quality of his colour and sharpness. Even though Zeiss’ inability to properly deliver their Batis lenses is frustrating, photos like Albert’s make those lenses worth the wait.

Want to see more of Albert’s work? Check out his review of the Sony Zeiss 16-35mm f/4.