Sony A7SII and Zeiss Contax 35mm f2.8 @ f8 1/125 ISO 3200
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In a misty sunset at Mt.Beigua
Sony A99V, Zeiss 24/70(24mm), f/8, 3.2 sec, Iso 100, #NisiFilter IRND64
Pavel ‘Pasharome’ Vavilin
“Tevere. Ore otto”
Sony E 35/1.8
Bokeh play. Sony A7 with Minolta MC.Rokkor 58mm 1.4
Chris Lauder Photography
Lone tree on the banks of Loch Ard as the sun rises through the early morning mist.
16mm, iso50, ƒ11, 10s
Sony A7RII 24-70 @ f5.6, 1/60 sec. ISO 125, 52mm, Foggy Creek photo taken early in the A.M.
Sony A7S2, FE 24-70 2.8 GM
Mt St Helens 50K Ultra Marathon Sony ILCE-6300
LENS E 12mm F2.8
FOCAL LENGTH 12.0 mm (18.0 mm in 35mm)
A view in the Chisos mountains of Big Bend National Park. I used a Zeiss 24-70mm lens on an A7II body.
Short review of FE16-35mm F4.
Picture was taken by A7 II at Firenze, Italy.
The cold weather we are having here in the northeast, is making me think about some of the adventures from this past fall, and one of my favorites was a day trip we took out to Monhegan island off the coast of Maine. Monhegan is a small island with a population of just 75, which was designated a National Natural Landmark. Most people know and love Momhegan for it’s artist colony and while we very much enjoy that aspect of it, what we love the most is the amazing Cliff Trail that circumnavigates the entire island along some amazing cliffs and it’s spectacular shoreline.
If you have never been to Monhegan, make plans next time you are in Maine.
This is an Infrared image I made while hiking along the cliff trail. Image was made on an Infrared converted Sony a6000 with the Sony E PZ 16–50 mm F3.5–5.6 OSS. I know many people put down this lens, but I love it for it’s compactness and how lightweight it is. For me this is my favorite hiking lens.