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  1. Taken with Nex-C3 and 16-50 kit lens f/6.3 1/250 ISO200 HDR processing
  2. Hi, many forums and the "pros" once were certain that the star eater issue makes the Sony A7 Series unusable for astrophotography but I always had good results with my Sony A7rII. So I recently went ahead and had it astromodified. The thick IR-Block Filterglas was replaced with a thin Baader substitute that lets IR Light down to the h-alpha line and the sII line through to the sensor with high transmission. The results can be seen in detail on my google drive link here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1SrdJ7tJbEUwN5KcbXsfpKaesq8KltzmY/view?usp=sharing I could write a lot of things that make the A7rII not the perfect camera for astro but suffice to say, it is still bloody capable. Cheers and CS, Ben - Instagram - AstroBin Technical stuff: Acquisition: Imaging telescope or lens : Meade SN-8 Imaging camera : Sony a7rII astro modified Focal reducer : TeleVue ParaCorr PLU1106 Filter : STC Cyclops Optics STC Astro Duo-Narrowband Filter Dates : May 28, 2020 Frames : STC Cyclops Optics STC Astro Duo-Narrowband Filter : 39x300" ISO640 Integration : 3.2 hours Darks : ~50 Flats : ~50 Avg. Moon age : 5.67 days Avg. Moon phase : 32.16% Bortle Dark-Sky Scale : 8.00 Processing was done with Adobe Lightroom Classic CC, Aries Productions Astro Pixel Processor APP and Adobe Photoship CC 2018. Stacked with sigma kappa clipping 3/1. Light pollution could not be removed automatically in A.P.P. and had to be done manually in Lightroom with local adjustments and a lot of fiddling. Both images have reduced star sizes with a minimum filter applied to masked stars. The masked stars color’s were also tweaked in order to bring them close to the feel of a normal broadband rgb distribution with colors between either aqua and blue or yellow and orange. I did however not manage to create a mask that includes the faintest and smallest of stars. If you look closely you see how the star colors are a little off, the smaller the stars get
  3. Wonderful morning on the Vapec hill, two day of backpacking in Slovakia
  4. The images below are the Shri Vittal Birdev Annual Yatra (Haldi Festival) at Pattan Kodoli, India. The festival is organized in the honour of Vittal Birdev who is a highly revered figure among the shepherd community of this region. The festival is organized upon the of his arrival as he predicts rainfall and other natural occurrences during the coming year. The festive mood remains completely in groove with people throwing Haldi, i.e., turmeric powder over him while sitting under a Banyan tree and seek his blessings. All images taken with Sony A7R III + Sony Zeiss 35mm 1.4 #sonyalphagallery
  5. First try at capturing a nightscape last week nearby Zion National Park. Stack of 10 images to help reduce noise, Springdale helped light up the mountain. Sony A7r iv FE 24 f/1.4 GM f/1.4 5s ISO 2500
  6. Chicago Skyline reflected in a Shakespearean Theatre called the Yard at Navy Pier.
  7. Wrigley Building in Chicago viewed from inside the Apple Store
  8. Today is the last day the sun will set here, the next sunset will be in 69 days. Sony a7iii + Laowa 15mm f2
  9. HDR image taken recently at the lovely town of Volterra (Sony A99, Tamron 24-70/2.8, 24mm, f/4.5)
  10. Sony Alpha R III, Sony 85mm F/1.8, 1/250, F/3.2, ISO 125, Photoshop CC Model: @green.ghoul.gal Location: Arcos de la Frontera, Spain Bēhance: https://www.behance.net/shiwanlin/
  11. Bright Sky by RICO Lee, on Flickr Single long exposure, whitebalance, colour tone and local brightness contrast adjustments done with Capture One; further processed in Photoshop for denoise and stacking up extra layer of same shot using colour dodge blend mode for emphasizing highlights. Tweak overall tone with LAB colour profile, and export. Sony A7m3 Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8 FB: https://www.facebook.com/ASDgraphy/
  12. Couple of weeks ago I shot this photo with Sony A7III + Zeiss Batis 85mm 1.8 with the help of Godox TT685S: Also wrote a short blog-post about it, in case anyone is interested ? https://www.strobotti.com/article/2019-03-06/shot-in-the-dark
  13. Sony A7 and Sony 28/2.0. Russia, Saint-Petersburg. Winter St. Petersburg by Ivan Pavlov, on Flickr Winter St. Petersburg by Ivan Pavlov, on Flickr Winter St. Petersburg by Ivan Pavlov, on Flickr Winter St. Petersburg by Ivan Pavlov, on Flickr Winter St. Petersburg by Ivan Pavlov, on Flickr Winter St. Petersburg by Ivan Pavlov, on Flickr
  14. I'm new to posting, but have been reading a while. Finally got the A7RIII + 100-400gm w/1.4tc. Wow. Loving it. -camp On Flickr
  15. Taken with A7m3, Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8 Single exposure. Purple by RICO Lee, on Flickr
  16. When planning a photographic expedition to a mountainous country like Ethiopia, the biggest challenge is to keep your camera kit at a minimum. Artfully, the A7RIII, in combination with the tack sharp Sony 24-105 lens, fits the bill. More photos shot with the one camera/one lens combo @ http://patmorrow.com/diary/ethiopians/
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