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  1. © RamiGraFX

  2. Hi everyone, this is my first post in this forum. Started digital photography in 2001 using a simple sony dcp 30 3.2 MP cybershot - yes, those were the days! Then changed to a Sony F 828 Cybershot. Dropped it and went Canon for 10 years: EOS 30D, EOS 5DIII, lost the 5D due to an assault, insurance paid well, went with an original 6D. This August I bought a Sony Alpha 7sll and yes, it is a fine cam. Using at along with the Samyang FE 35mm F/2.8 AF for almost everything. Also have a Sigma 20mm F1.4 DG HSM | Art 015 along with an MC 11 adapter for nightscapes. Bought a CLS Astronomik filter as well to manage light pollution if necessary. Well, enough said for now. Here's a photograph taken yesterday morning on mount Pilatus, near Lucerne Switzerland. Hope you enjoy the view as much as I did. Kind regards, Peter in Switzerland.
  3. Dear all! I like to hike through the Swiss Alps and taking pictures of the breathtaking landscapes and nature. My Sony A7Rii and its SEL24240 are always packed and ready to go. Best regards from Switzerland, Andy https://www.bolliger.tv --- Hiking Tour 30th september 2017 --- --- Bettmeralp, Valais, Switzerland --- Bench with nice panorama Multi-layered Hills Aletsch Glacier / UNESCO World Heritage
  4. Hi there at SAR, I'm a photographer from Austria, been shooting with Sony gear for the last couple of years and figured it's time to show some (ok...just three) of my more recent shots. Taken last weekend with my A99 & Tamron 24-70 2.8 in the beautiful Dolomites during the so-called "King of Dolomites" freeride photography contest. Hope you like it, I'll post some more of my work during the next few days.
  5. Waited all year for the sun to rise perfectly at the end of this valley. Taken in Llanberis, just outside of Snowdonia, Wales. Sony A5000, Sony 16-50mm at 21mm, F10, 106 seconds, ISO 100
  6. 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!
  7. Rocky Nebula: A7RII + FE 70-200mm F4 G OSS www.JordanSternPhotography.com
  8. From the album: A7II

    Half Dome as seen from the Glacier Point area of Yosemite National Park. Sony A7II Sony/Zeiss 35mm F/2.8 www.kellylpadgett.com

    © 2016 - Kelly Padgett

  9. From the album: New England

    I am sitting in the middle of the Cog railway for this shot of sunrise. May be hard to believe but with the haze the colors where really this crazy. Great experience to share with my son on Father's Day. https://www.flickr.com/photos/seacoastnh/27158337304/in/datetaken-public/

    © TDG

  10. Here are a few shots I got this fall in the Cascade mountains near my house. One of the main reasons I wanted to upgrade from my NEX-7 was high ISO performance and the A7rII has met those expectaions. All shot with Samyang 14mm 2.8 Mt. Shuksan, Milky Way + Aurora Mt. Baker by moonlight Moon over Glacier Pk. Sunrise on Mt. Baker
  11. From the album: Birding with A7rII

    Cloudy winter day at Fir Island in the Skagit valley. Tamron 150-600 at 600mm on A7rII with LA-EA3 adapter.

    © Jim Dockery

  12. Some images from a Lake district weekend, weather was typical mix of rain and cloud with the odd fleeting ray of sunshine. I took my NEX-7 with the excellent 30mm 2.8 Sigma lens.
  13. Hi! I wrote a little blogpost about my visit at the Feuerkogel in Upper Austria in Summer 2014. All pictures were taken with the Sony A7 and the Sony Zeiss FE 35 F2.8. Post with all pictures at my blog Take a look if you like! Constructive critique is also appreciated! Cheers Tom
  14. So, after my travel to The Yukon I came back in Europe, since 2 months I'm shooting around my area (North Italy and South Switzerland) having great feeling with my A7R Mk-I. I always love the qualty of this camera, the sharpness of the picture tooken by Zeiss 2.8/35 and the very compact body of 400grams. Very concerned about the way of new A7 body, so big and fat, hoping they will go back to more mirrorless concept with the next series. BTW, here are some shots of the last 2 months, comments and suggestions are more than welcome, and...enjoy Here is the album link: Landscapes All the pictures are also available on my 500px profile: Luca Fontana
  15. From the album: Landscapes

    Two alpinist walking on the South-Est ridge of Adula, highest peak of Ticino (Swizerland).

    © Luca Fontana

  16. luca.f

    Selfie!

    From the album: Landscapes

    Alpinist taking a selfie ascending on Mount Adula, highest peak of Ticino (Switzerland). The day and situation was just perfect, with a sea of clouds and colors of sunrise. Modern times: he is taking a selfie instead of a landscape photo.

    © Luca Fontana

  17. luca.f

    Connections

    From the album: Landscapes

    This picture is took from Colle San Carlo looking to Colle del Piccolo San Bernardo, the mountain passage from Italy to France. France sells every year tons of electricity through this cables, and fog is coming too from there. I used particularly desaturated colors to give more the idea of post-the-sunset atmosphere. I had also 2 choices: or to make a closeup of the fog and cable in the back, or to leave the picture as I tooken, with the tree in the middle. I preferred the second way, to give more deeper effect and in this way you can see the cables going all through the valley.

    © Luca Fontana

  18. Another one, here's the 3rd part of my travel to norway from last year. Everything has been shot with my Sony A65. Feel free to comment. Thank you!
  19. luca.f

    Blue Eyes

    From the album: Into the Wild North (Yukon and Alaska)

    Small lakes on glaciers of Kluane National Park (Yukon).

    © Luca Fontana

  20. From the album: Into the Wild North (Yukon and Alaska)

    Most incredible place in the world? Two gigant glaciers of about 100km getting together.

    © Luca Fontana

  21. From the album: Into the Wild North (Yukon and Alaska)

    Terra Cielo Mare watch "Orienteering" in wilderness of Yukon, perfect place for an exploration watch! PS: rainbow is not added in postproduction, I know that a so perfect moment looks like a fake...

    © Luca Fontana

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