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This week SAR readers photos selection


Ilya on SonyAlphaForum
Girl named Daniya. Friday night. McDonalds.
Leica Summilux-M 50mm f/1.4 ASPH
Sony a7rII

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Ecker on SonyAlphaForum
My first test of the Sony A7R III with the Sony GM 85mm 1.4 and available light
ƒ/1.4, 1/160, ISO 1600

Joseph Cullen‎
I took this image for Autism awareness in Ireland using the Sony A7ii and Sony 24-70 F2.8 GM. Luckily it was selected for publication for a cgildren’ s charity in the UK this week!
You can follow my work @joey_wan_kenobi on Instagram

Stan Moniz‎
The Sony RX0 is proving to be a amazing tool for surf photography.
Captured this morning in program shutter mode @ 1000th / ISO 200 / Color balance Sunny / focus mode single shot AF / continuous burst mode.
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Frank Deckmann‎
Düsseldorf, germany.
Sony A7 with Minolta 35mm 2.8. Postprocessed with Photoshop Express.

Paul Dear
An outtake from a shoot featured in Façon Australia upcoming #faconbookfour
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Bob Israel‎
A magical Minnesota morning. Sony A7rII with Zeiss Loxia 21/2.8

Giacomo Faccio‎
Sunset rays on Savona
taken 11/15/2017
ILCA99V, Sony, vertorama 5 shoots, Zeiss 24/70 2.8 (24 mm), Iso 50, f/22, 1/10 sec.

Craig Stocks‎
Star trails and moonlight with the Sony a7r2 and 12-24 G lens.
My a7R2 has older firmware that is supposedly “pre-star eater” but I’m not convinced yet that it doesn’t still eat a few. I’ll do more tests next week once the moon is out of the evening sky.

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