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  1. This film was mostly shot on the A6500. Maui is an amazing place and this was our first visit. Thanks for watching!
  2. Green Sea Turtle caught resting on a bed of seaweed on the North Shore of Oahu. Shot on a NEX-6 & FE28mm Lens. #sonyalphagallery
  3. An example of the the A7 bringing out the potential of a decades-old lens: Konica Hexanon 28mm f/3.5, ISO 50, 4s at f/16 Some of the story here: http://fourbillionyears.org/why-the-sony-a7-is-now-my-flagship-camera/ And here: http://www.fourbillionyears.com/
  4. One example of why I love the A7: Olympus OM 24mm f/2.8, ISO 100, 1/15s at f/11 More on the story here: http://fourbillionyears.org/why-the-sony-a7-is-now-my-flagship-camera/ And here: http://www.fourbillionyears.com/
  5. Here is my first edit from our recent trip to Hawaii. It was taken just before sunset on the Punalu'u Black Sand Beach on the Big Island. I used the A7RII with the FE 35mm f/2.8. Support was from the Manfrotto PIXI mini table top tripod. This tripod is stable enough for this setup if you don't touch the camera for a few seconds before shooting and use a wireless remote. I forgot to turn off the image stabilization (which I usually do when using a tripod) but that probably helps this weaker setup...no loss of sharpness or blur. I am continually amazed how much dynamic range you can get from this camera. Sea Turtle | Punalu’u Black Sand Beach, Big Island, HI by Jamil Abbasy, on Flickr
  6. Images on my blog with a short review of the A7rii. Here is a teaser shot. Head over for more. http://www.brycejohnson.com/blog/2016/1/13/new-year-new-gear-sony-a7rii-aquatech
  7. This is a video that features the beauty of the mountains and seascapes of the Big Island. It highlights Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa, some of the biggest mountains in the world. Shot on a Sony A6000 and A5000 with the Rokinon 12mm and kit lenses.
  8. Took my Sony A7R (with Vario-Tessar F4 24-70 Glass) out on a walk yesterday around sunset time in Maui. Some great views, but the sunset was blocked by the mountain. The best opportunity for a photo was at the end of the boardwalk over a protected wildlife area. We wanted to keep walking, but as you can see, that bridge was burned long ago. Placed the camera on the warning sign for stability and took 3 exposures (+2, 0, -2) blended as HDR in Lightroom and then went through my normal process. Love the result!
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