This week SAR readers photos selection

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Ilya Artemiev on SonyAlphaForum
Have tried Leica Summarit 50/1.5 (1952) on my a7rII, and fell in love (with this lens).
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Jonathan Ferland-Valois‎
For two years, those straps have been soaking up Alison’s blood as she practiced relentlessly, never giving in to pain or fatigue. As Alison was rehearsing her aerial choreography, pieces of canvas were falling to the ground like snow. A piece of canvas for a piece of skin. One of them can grow back.
Sony A7R II + Sony 24-70 GM. Alison candidly focusing on her act before being hoisted to the ceiling.


Bside on SonyAlphaForum
Sony Alpha a99 II ILCA‑99M2 (A99ll)
Tamron SP 150-600mm F/5-6.3 USD DI for Sony

 


Phw on SonyAlphaForum
On Father’s Day eve
A7R2, 1635/4, Nisi Filters, Manfrotto tripod


‎Алексей Борода‎
Russian ballet. Ekaterina Selivanova. Sony a7.


‎Bastian Kratzke‎
Tunnel view
Cosplay by MinuSews, shot on Sony A7s + Voigtländer 35mm 1.7 + 5m PCX Optosigma filter.
https://www.flickr.com/bastian_k


‎Craig Stocks‎
“Firefly Flight to Jupiter”
I got this photo a few days ago when I went into the front yard to test the Rokinon 14mm lens on my a7R2. There were lots of lightning bugs and on the second frame one flew right over the camera aligned perfectly with Jupiter. Ironically one of my favorite current photos took the least effort to produce. Sometimes you just can’t beat luck, but “the more I practice the luckier I get.”
Sony a7R2 with Rokinon 14mm, 15 seconds at f/2.8, ISO 1600. Processed in Capture One and Photoshop to even out the color variations in the sky caused by high clouds and light polution.
www.craigstocksarts.com


‎Philipp Zieger‎
Milkyway over the #SaxonSwitzerland at the Rock called “Devil-Tower”. Shot with the Sony a6500 + Walimex Pro 12mm/2.0
Follow me on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/pziegerphotographie/

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