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Lusail City – Qatar
a 3 minutes exposure, selective color in post
Sony A7RII, FE 24-70 – 24mm, f 6.3, ISO 100, 180 seconds
My flickr profile: https://www.flickr.c…hotos/stratigm/
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Songzanlin Monastery in Yunnan, China. High in the Himalayas, situated at 3300m on the edge of the Tibetan plateau, it was established by the fifth Dalai Lama. Smoke from wood fires and mist from the surrounding grasslands intermingle to form a haze in the morning sun.
Sony A7r with Sigma 120-300 OS and 1.4x TC.
Killabee Khairul Fadhli
A7R + SAL2470z
Paris, under Pont de la Tournelle. Shot with a Nex 6, a Zeiss 24f1.8. f4.5, 1 sec. Taken in the early morning so that the light in the tunnel was approximately as bright as the one coming from the outside. If you want to see more pictures, don’t hesitate to visit my blog : lecomptoirdepierre.wordpress.com
Architecture shot in Singapore financial district with Sony a7r 16-35mm
a7+Speedmaster 50 @ 0.95
Tom Bourdon Documentary Travel Photography
Up, up and away.
A hot-air balloon flying over the volcanos in La Garrotxa. Spain.
Shot on a Sony a6000, 1/250, f8. ISO100.
More images at http://tombourdon.co.uk/2016/01/up-up-and-away/
A cold january evening in Tyrol , Austria
Sony A7RII / Zeiss Batis 25mm
Torsten Mühlbacher Fotografie
Fernando Reynolds Torréns
A7II Zeiss 35 F1.4
NISI Degradado Inverso 3 pasos
Richard Larssen Photography
Sony a7II, Samyang 14mm F/2.8, one exposure
Looking back on a special evening at the Canyon overlook trail in Zion national park. Just one more month guys and the center of our galaxy returns in view rising in the East during the early morning hours. Shot with Sony A7rii and the Sony 28mm f2.0