Sony A6000 and sel16f2.8 from Cyprus Aphrodite’s Rock – Paphos
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My new baby smile emoticon Taken with A7II and FE 90mm 2.8.
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https://flic.kr/p/uL23QU A7ii + 55 1.8. Near Jakarta, Indonesia.
Sunset in Christchurch. SEL70200G.
Sony a6000, Samyang 10mm T3.1
A7S + Samyang 14mm f/2.8. Shot in Switzerland, Interlaken.
ILCE-7M2 – with FE 70-200 f/4 G – Captured this crazy beautiful sunset with a rainbow a couple days ago in the Gunnison National Forest near Crested Butte, Colorado. www.scottcramerphotography.com
Shot with Sony A7 II and 28mm f/2 in New York City. Please visit www.mikeonthestreet.com
Guillermo Memo Ortega
Sony A65 – 50mm – by Memo – www.memoortega.com
Godrevy Lighthouse, Cornwall, England – A7II with FE 16-35 f/4
@26mm | f/22 | 1.3s | ISO-50
Yosemite sony A7r with Sony Zeiss 2.8/16-35 mm
Sony A7s + Nikon AF-S 20mm 1.8G (Pano from 3 shots)
A7R / ZEISS 55MM F1.8
Calvin Taylor Lee
Testing the new lens as Sony FE90mm F2.8 G lens with Sony A7s
One Click Photographer
Shot with my a6000 and the SEL1855
50mm F1.4 ZA SSM
ƒ/4.0 1/80 iso 80
Shot with Sony A7 with Nikon 135mm F2
My uncle bought a puppy just before a thunder storm.
Shot with an A7mii/55mm f1.8
Pavel ‘Pasharome’ Vavilin
“Il bianco sul Tevere”
ILCE6000 + Konica Hexanon 50/1.7 w adapter
José Ramos – Nature & Landscape Photography
“The Pinnacle” | Sintra, Portugal
Reaching for new grounds, new opportunities, new cycles. Rather than struggling for the peak, and running out of oxygen amidst the rush, perhaps it’s better to sit and just contemplate, learning its ways and its mysteries, until your eyes and soul can be at peace with it, and finally be it.
José Ramos © http://www.facebook.com/joseramosphotography
The Story behind the image:
My first trip to the amazing and fortunately difficult to reach Praia da Ursa. This place has been voted by a renown magazine as one of the most beautiful beaches in the world, and I have to agree. Even though the weather wasn’t good at all for photography, this place just left me astounded with it’s sheer energy and power. Not easy at all to shoot this place under harsh light conditions, so I had to resort to different angles, and play with the available light. This was a tricky image to properly expose, but the ND filters made it possible.
Sony a77 + Sigma 10-20mm
Exposure: 2 seconds
Filters: 4 stop ProStop IRND (Hitech); 3 stop ND Grad soft (Hitech)
A serene spot downstream from Sterling Valley Gorge in Stowe, Vermont.
This photo is a product of 9 frames turned into 3 HDR images using NIK HDR Efex Pro. Two images, each shot at f/5.6, were used for focus stacking, while the third, shot at f/22, was used just for the silky water look. All blended nicely together in Photoshop, with additional editing in NIK Color Efex Pro.
Shot with Sony a6000 and Rokinon 12mm f/2.0.
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