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  1. 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

  2. From the album: IR

    panorama stitch, ir 720 filter
  3. From the album: IR

    720 ir filter, EL-Nikkor 50 f4 lens

    © sanskrit@freemail.hu

  4. From the album: Birding with A7rII

    Panorama at wildlife preserve near my house. Birds were captured 20 min. later as I walked back to the car, then added in photoshop.

    © Jim Dockery

  5. From the album: Birding with A7rII

    Got this with my A7rII and 55mm as I was walking back to the car after an unsuccessful afternoon of birding. Barely had time to whip the camera out of the case and snap three shots before they were gone.

    © Jim Dockery

  6. From the album: Birding with A7rII

    Got this with my A7rII and 55mm as I was walking back to the car after an unsuccessful afternoon of birding. Barely had time to whip the camera out of the case and snap three shots before they were gone.

    © Jim Dockery

  7. 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

  8. 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

  9. From the album: Autumn Landscapes

    © Dave Everett Photography 2015

  10. From the album: Autumn Landscapes

    © Dave Everett Photography 2015

  11. From the album: Autumn Landscapes

    © Dave Everett Photography 2015

  12. 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
  13. 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

  14. Greetings, forum! Novice landscape guy from Arizona. Here's a picture I caught on an early morning workout hike last week in the beautiful San Tan Mountain Regional Park. A7RII and Zeiss Batis 18mm. Processed with Aurora HDR.
  15. Sony a77m2 + Sigma 1.4/35 Art
  16. I took my recently-acquired second hand A900 to Scotland recently, using a second hand Minolta AF 28mm lens. (you don't need to spend big bucks ALL the time!) I was on the local ferry from the mainland over to the island of Mull when the dull day exploded into light. Wonderful.
  17. I've been trying out the 55mm as my walk-around lens on my new A7rII. Quite a change in how to frame from the 18-200mm Tamron Superzoom I've been using on my old NEX-7. When I want to go wide I shoot a panorama, which works quite well most of the time with static subjects, like the mountains you see here. The final images are huge, take a long time to process, but are fantastically detailed for printing large on my Epson 7900. Mountains L-R: Three Fingers, Whitehorse, Mt. Baker (volcano), Whitechuck (rocky peak), Mt. Shuksan. Taken high on Mt. Pugh
  18. I shot these photos with my Sony A7 in a field near Mutluyaka Village in Famagusta, Cyprus
  19. A little story behind the image. It was a short night at the Refugio Altavista on the Teide. After getting up at 4am in the morning we were a little bit drowsy, but we had to pack our stuff and keep going. In the middle of a beautiful clear nightsky and about -12°C we were making our way to reach spain's highest mountain. The Pico del Teide (Tenerife). After a lot of sweat & sulfuric smell we have reached our goal in about 2 hours of walking. We were waiting on top at 3.718 m for the sunrise to come. This is a set of 8-10 images stitched together to a panorama. Here are my settings I
  20. Hi everyone! I'm new here. Seeing so many great photos for a while I decided to share this one of this morning solar eclipse: Shot with Sony A7II and Canon FD 200mm F4 prime lens. https://www.flickr.com/photos/livelost/ https://500px.com/vnalvaro/
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