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    Isadora

    Thank you. I thought about cropping in some more, especially to hide the wrinkles in her shirt! (haha). It really wasn't a planned shot. My wife and I were walking through a shopping center and when I saw the background I immediately knew it would be a nice back drop to a picture.
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    Smithsonian National Air & Space Museum

    All photos are shot on the Sony a7R III with the 24-70 GM
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    Newbie

    Here’s another random shot at 400mm f/5.6. Of course it’s nothing professional but you the idea.
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    Newbie

    I was a little skeptical at first since I never used a teleconverter and there weren't many videos/reviews on YouTube with the 2x. I played around with it during my "Return" period to make sure it was something I was going to keep or return. I took random shots in the backyard as well as a zoom and I am very satisfied with it. Obviously adding the 2x will double up everything; the 200mm went to 400mm and the f/2.8 we to f/5.6. https://www.flickr.com/gp/159910151@N05/0u3pHJ https://www.flickr.com/gp/159910151@N05/6Bc630 At 400mm f/5.6, if its really bright out, you can get some decent shots with nice blurred background. Pics are still pretty sharp in my opinion. If your're not sure, rent it before buying it. Hope this helps!
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    Upload photos

    Figured it out. For anyone who has the same question, the image must first be uploaded to a server (ex: flickr, photobucket). Copy & Paste the link and it will automatically load it.
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    Isadora

    Natural light portrait. Shot on Sony a7R III with the 85mm GM at f/1.4, 1/100, ISO 100
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    Upload photos

    Hey guys, How do you upload your photos on this forum? I am getting an error message that my file is too big. I don't want to upload a photo that will lose all its quality, sharpness or resolution.
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    Newbie

    Hello everyone. My name is Richard. I am new to the Sony community. I had Nikon for many years and recently switched over. I shoot just as a hobbyist. I like to take lots of family pictures, portraits, landscapes, cars and sports. Current gear: Sony a7R III, 24-70 2.8 GM, 70-200 2.8 GM also have the 2x teleconverter), Zeiss 35mm 1.4, 85mm 1.4 GM. Hope I can learn as much as I can from you guys! Thanks, Richard
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