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  1. Hello I recently had the opportunity to go to a lotus pond. Beforehand, I did a quick look up of "lotus ponds/flowers" on google and saw a lot photos of single lotus flowers placed in the middle of the shot. I wanted to try something different and this was what I ended up with. In the middle is an unfurled lotus leaf and behind it is a wilting lotus flower. The lotus flower and the unfurled leaf seem to be competing subjects since they're both in the middle, but I still like the photo in my own weird way. I was wondering how other photographers would feel about the composition of this photograph. Would this be considered bad composition? Would someone say this is an interesting photo or a bad photo? This was shot with sony a6000 + kit lens. - Hummingbird
  2. I recently came across an article of a scientific photographer who magnified the image of sand up to 300x which revealed beauty unimaginable to the naked human eye. Who knew that sand was an assortment of very diverse sorts of colors and crystals! It inspired me to try to attempt macrophotography with my Sonya6000 + kit lens. I've heard my camera isn't the best at macrophotography but I figured I would give it a go because it is what I have. But my biggest concern is that there is an overall blur. When I zoom into my image, the details of all the nooks and crannies are just not as sharp as I would like them to be. From what I've seen from macrophotography the details are quite important. I was wondering if this would be the fault of my own settings or my shaky hands or if this would be the limitation of my camera? 1/10 F5.6 ISO 100
  3. Green Sea Turtle caught resting on a bed of seaweed on the North Shore of Oahu. Shot on a NEX-6 & FE28mm Lens. #sonyalphagallery
  4. https://woobox.com/yx7abb/gallery/Q4y9raDlf98 Hello everyone, I’m an amateur film maker who moved to Thailand a few months ago to teach science. The company I am with is hosting a video contest, and was the first chance for me to try out my new Sony a6300. I would love any tips, comments, or suggestions, as this is my first venture into the filming and editing process. Video is shot only using the kit lens, and a Hero6 for the POV shots. I would also IMMENSLY appreciate a vote on the website, which you can do every day! Doing so would allow me to bring a friend to visit as well as get a little cash to invest in a new lens! Thank you all, I look forward to your comments!
  5. From the album: Pounding Mill Foggy Sunrise

    Fog is beginning to break up at Pounding Mill Overlook from 5000' on the BRP
  6. Hi Guys, I'm a long time user here, but I lost my account. Formerly AndyWear, but I'm sure most of you guys probably don't know who I am anyways. I started my first Sony Camera with Sony A7 and am still using it til this day. I obviously do heavy post process because I enjoy it more artistically. I plan on getting an A7iii eventually but at the moment I've been busy upgrading lighting and more important stuff as I try to scale my business. I remember being told on here by a few people that photography as a living is no longer viable and I am glad I didn't listen to those whispers. A few years later now, I can say that I've been really successful in my area as an artistic fitness photographer. As time went by, I've learned new marketing strategies and new ways to work smarter and not harder using marketing techniques I've picked up from the guys at Slanted Lens. I charged more, and take less jobs, but to be honest it is not for everyone, and I don't think it is for me either in the long run. I've learned that branding is such an important thing to establish! I just wanted to say this to give some people confidence that it is still very doable and very lucrative if you take the right steps. Photo by Me Athlete: Beatrice
  7. From the album: Water Falls

    A lesser visited falls in Western North Carolina, yet very beautiful after a heavy rain. A must to shoot when overcast to avoid harsh shadows.

    © ©JBC Photography

  8. From the album: Water Falls

    Looking Glass Falls is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Western North Carolina. Must get there EARLY for photography without tourists all over.

    © ©JBC Photography

  9. From the album: Water Falls

    Catawba River Falls rarely has this much water flow. Heavy rains in the area allowed this scene to happen.

    © ©JBC Photography

  10. This is my composite of the eclipse reaching totality. Each photo is about 10 minutes apart until it reaches totality. I love the detail of the sun's corona. Seeing the picture after witnessing the eclipse is incredible. I feel so fortunate to have captured this magical moment. Gear used: Sony Alpha a6300 Orion ED80T Celestron AVX mount
  11. The waxing gibbous moon was rising, illuminating thin clouds and silhouetted by my friend on top of Chahar volcano in Inner Mongolia, China. Beyond the clouds you can vaguely see the milky way where the constellation Cygnus was soaring upwards. A7R2 + Laowa 15mm F2, ISO640, 30s, 2-panel panorama. 500px.com/haitongyu
  12. I love to capture with natural light, especially with beautiful nature background. Many ideals and posture coming into my mind and of course she look great and professional. She's the kind of girl that look lingering charm Sony α7 II Sony FE 70-200mm F4 G OSS Focal length : 118mm Aperture : F8 Exposure : 1/160 ISO : 100 Manual
  13. mrjcall

    Soft Maple

    From the album: Stacked Zinnia

    © JBC Photography

  14. In August, I travelled for one day along the famous Ring of Kerry in Ireland. I wanted to capture some of the vibrance and beauty of the places along the ring. Using a rented Sony a7sii and extra gear, I explored the area for shots. Hope you enjoy the short travel film and can share around as you please. All the best, Nathanael
  15. Aarhus, Denmark A99 + Sony/Zeiss 135mm F1.8 ZA
  16. Hey there Captured on Zugerberg in Switzerland. Shot on A7II & 35/1.4ZA Sea of Fog by Mathias, auf Flickr
  17. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b1pNsjgGMGw This is my first video I have ever done and therefore also my first Youtube upload. I hope i can improve in the future and deliver better videos. Please leave some critic All i can say is that the A6300 creates some stunning video, even without using the sharpest lenses or SLOG Profiles. Love this little thing!
  18. ray_c

    Trentham Falls

    From the album: Waterfalls of Australia

    The last waterfall we visited on the way back to Melbourne. feel free to check out my other works on : https://www.instagram.com/ray.chau/

    © raymond chau

  19. From the album: Waterfalls of Australia

    My take on the famous Hopetoun Falls in Otways National Park, Victoria. feel free to check out my other works on : https://www.instagram.com/ray.chau/

    © raymond chau

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