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This week SAR readers photos selection.


Mathieu Legrand‎
Jade – Sony a7 II with 55mm 1.8

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Yuri Afanasiev
At sunset. Thailand in 2015. SONY a7R + FE 24-70mm F4 ZA OSS | 24mm | f/10.0 | ISO 400 | 1/200
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Kelly Dlux‎
Shot on my Sony RX1r

Thibault Roland‎
San Simeon Birds.
San Simeon, California, USA, 2014.

Lad Strayer‎
Downtown Adrian Michigan as a storm rolls in. Sony A6000 with a Sony 35mm f1.8 lens

Mike Whitacre‎
This is a Yuca Plant bloom just as the sun was setting though the trees behind it. I shot this with my A6000 and the Rokinon 100mm f2.8 macro.

Сергей Милицкий‎
Sony NEX-5N + Samyang 8 mm/2.8

Pavel ‘Pasharome’ Vavilin
Konica Hexanon AR 50/1.7 @F4

Scott Nicol‎
Shattered Rose

Paul Van Dorsten‎
One of the first sunny festivals in holland. Lentekabinet 2015
Shot with A77 and SIGMA 18-50 DC 1:2.8 EX-D
iso 200
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Jason Devaun‎
Sony A7 + Sony FE 35mm f/2.8
f/4 | 1/60 sec. | ISO 100
Shot through glass.

Stefano Dessi‎
“Untitles” SMC Takumar 135mm f2.5 + Mitakon LensTurbo mkII on Sony A6000

Nadav Podoler
RX100M3, f/4, 1/125, 70mm, ISO125

Fra Umberto Panipucci‎
Women at the window, Sony A7, Konica 40mm 1.8, 1/250

Eric Scheaff‎
Sunrise in PAris
Sony A7R – Sony FE 16-35 f4

Kristjan Järv‎
Shot with the Sony A77ii and a Sigma 105mm f/2.8 EX DG Macro Lens. Later compositing finished in Adobe Photoshop CC 2014.
This image is made of 342 layers and took two months to finish it (from pre-production to exporting the file at Photoshop). My four year old laptop was really struggling with this image. At times I found myself waiting hours for it to apply a filter or merge a couple of layers together. There were moments when I felt like it is impossible to finish this image. But here I am. With a finished image. Kristjan Järv Foto & Disain

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