Shafiur: “I thought you might be interested to know that in a recent sensitive project in northern Kenya for a Danish media organisation, I, as the photojournalist and documentary maker, was instructed to bring only “tourist type and small” cameras. This was arising out of concerns of being stopped at the airport and because the pastoralist peoples we were going to be speaking to were not comfortable with cameras at all. And so, believe it or not, my main stills camera was the Sony RX100 iv. The 40 page report has just come out slating the development project’s legality and impact on the local people. I thought your readers might want to see a few photos taken with this amazing pocket camera. http://srdocs.net/portfolio/lake-turkana-wind-power“
Flo: “Godox released their Sony version of the V860 I saw on your blog. Actually I have been shooting with the version I since a while now and wrote up a little summary of my experience. http://www.flodahm.com/blog/2016/6/5/shooting-with-the-godox-v850860 No in depth-review with technical stuff – just feedback on the flash/brand during real-life situation on the job. The brand was at least in my network completely unheard off and most people don’t trust it. If the V860II is as good as the 860c, Sony shooters shouldn’t hesitate!“
I had a problem with a Sony 70-200 lens, and to make a long story short, "Precision" camera said that the problem had to be with the camera (it wasn't, the lens ended up having the same problem with three different bodies, Sony is supposed to send me a new one). I sent them my […]
Hi guys, I recently bought the 85 GM and took some test shots. I applied my custom camera raw color profiles to it with sharpness. Personally I love the bokeh in this lens. They look like paintings! I've only shot at 1.4 and probably will rarely ever stop out of it. I'm not overly […]
Not sure if it's anything to do with it but I've just started shooting full frame with a metabones adapter and canon fd primes. On a few of the photos there is a yellow horizontal type of flare through the images. It happened with more than one lens so I've discounted a lens problem. Around […]
Hi! Just bought a5000 ystday. I was reading some stuff about camera and its options for long exposure photos and I came across this: https://stargazerslounge.com/topic/238308-dont-buy-the-sony-a50005100-for-astrophotography/?page=2 Last post on page 2, as I understand, says he is using BULB mode via playmemories app. I don't have this option I'm using playmemories app version 5.6.1 and on […]
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