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  1. deeepraveen

    Creepy

    It was a casual Sunday morning after breakfast, asked my daughter to pose like a ghost which she did good and turned out quite creepy after some edits.

    © Praveen Dhanabalan

  2. Hello; I think this question has been asked plenty of time. Camera? I am planning to buy a Sony FF camera next month and I am confused between buying the a7III vs a7rIII. The price of A7 III is 1455 euros and the a7r III is 1859 euros. Lenses? For lenses, I watched plenty of youtuber video showing the benefits of each lens for Sony FF camera but as I have a limit budget I am thinking get in first class the Sony 85mm 1.8 (459 euros) and Tamron 28-75mm f/2.8 (659 euros). Because of the 28 focal length of Tamron I am planning to complete my lenses collection with Tamron 17-28mm (759 euros) after few months. I found also the Sony 24-105mm f/4 (919 euros) not bad but I think that f/4 in low light situation could be an issue. In what situation I am shooting? Me and My wife are planning to launch a new brand of clothes, so our goal in first class is shooting people with those clothes in different situation: Indoor, Outdoor situation. We like shooting next to Monuments places like Eiffel Tour, Louvre. Those pictures will be posted in social networks like Instagram, SnapChat, etc, and In our Website. For me I have a passion for cinematography (I will buy the Rohn S Gimble also), so my goal is to make a cinematic video for our Brand. Questions: What do you think is best for me? Is a7r III worth it? What’s the best lenses fit my requirements ? Thanks (sorry for my bad english)
  3. Took this last summer in SOHO, New York. Sony A7III Tamron 28-75mm 75mm f2.8 1/320 ISO 200 https://www.instagram.com/elgopro/
  4. Hey, I am currently using a Sony A7II with an LA-EA4 adapter and various A-mount lenses. My most used lens so far is probably the Tamron 28-75 f/2.8 A-mount lens, which I find to be amazingly good value and having an incredibly convenient weight/size for what it is. I am currently in the process - for good or bad, I am not sure yet - of changing to EF-mount lenses, mainly because of cheaper long glass and better resale value. I have just ordered the Metabones Mark IV T adapter., but can not seem to find any reliable and up-to-date information on whether the EF-mount version of the Tamron 28-75/2.8 works together with the Metabones IV adapter. I seem to remember some reports of the built-in focus motor in the Canon version of the lens resulting in a worse experience than the A-mount screw drive version together with LA-EA4. If anyone has any recent experience with a Sony A7II (or A7RII, I guess) + Metabones IV with the latest firmware and the EF mount Tamron 28-75, I would love to hear your thoughts on it. I am also happy to take suggestions for other normal zooms I should be looking at, although nothing seems to come close to the weight/size of the Tamron for a normal f/2.8 zoom (510g). The more modern Tamron 24-70 f/2.8 VC is a whopping 825g in comparison. So far the best compromise I have come up with - in case the EF-mount Tamron 28-75 is not viable - is the Canon 24-105 f/4 L IS at 670g, but then I would be giving up the f/2.8 aperture... Thankful for any advice!
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