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  1. What are the best wedding prime lens combination for A7iii, good color and dof
  2. https://www.bradleyhanson.com/blog/2019/8/1/holly-and-kyles-northern-minnesota-lake-wedding-at-maddens-resort-on-gull-lake-in-brainerd-mn This Minnesota wedding was photographed with 3 A7II bodies and the 35mm f2.8, 55mm f1.8 and 85mm f1.8 Sony lenses. I've used this 3 body and 3 prime lens for the past 15 years or so... I've been shooting weddings for 20 years and switched to Sony about 3 years ago. Since this wedding, I've replaced two of the cameras for A7III bodies. Holly grew up in California and Kyle came from Alexandria, MN. Kyle and Holly spent the first three years of their relationship traveling long distances to see each other. When they first started dating, Kyle lived in Finland and Holly lived in Denver. Within a year, Holly had moved to San Francisco and Kyle to Salt Lake City. Eventually, Kyle ended up moving to Sacramento for work. Holly jumped at the chance to live with him, but that meant a 7+ hour per day commute for her, in order to chase her man and her career. As a result, they learned to cherish each moment together like it might be their last and to make adventures and excursions a constant theme in the life they very deliberately built together. It was easily one of the strongest bonds I've ever witnessed and a wonderful day all around. The entire wedding took place at Madden’s Resort on beautiful Gull Lake on one of the ideal summer days on a hot and humid day that cooled down nicely in the evening for a perfect sunset on the lake. To see more Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN portraits, wedding photography and weddings all over the world, visit my main portfolio on bradleyhanson.com or email me at info@bradleyhanson.com or call me at 206-393-8292 and we can discuss your wedding plans in detail.
  3. +++ ABOVE AND BEYOND WITH FILLORETA +++ After a little pause from the photography scene, i am returning back with this image series from the austrian alps. Filloreta, a fantastic beauty model helps me to realizing the idea of a bride on the top auf the austrian alps. check out my blog entry as well. And of course a little 127 megapixel panorama Feel free to check out the complete series with Filloreta on my Website ;-)
  4. +++ ABOVE AND BEYOND WITH FILLORETA +++ After a little pause from the photography scene, i am returning back with this image series from the austrian alps. Filloreta, a fantastic beauty model helps me to realizing the idea of a bride on the top auf the austrian alps. check out my blog entry as well. And here is a small 127 megapixel panorama hahahahaa Feel free to check out the complete series with Filloreta on my Website ;-)
  5. +++ PURE PASSION WITH IVANA +++ Today i'm showing you a little picture series with Ivana from my latest work. For all the German readers of this site, feel free to check my blog entry as well. Feel free to check out the complete series with Ivana on my Website ;-)
  6. Slava

    Kristine

    From the album: Slava_portfolio

    © www.slavakashirskiy.ru

  7. Slava

    Kristine

    From the album: Slava_portfolio

    © www.slavakashirskiy.ru

  8. Slava

    Kristine

    From the album: Slava_portfolio

    © www.slavakashirskiy.ru

  9. One of my recent wedding projects I made where I combined some film making and typical wedding video highlights. So far my couples like it. I used up all my arsenal on this shoot this project (a6500/a6300/a6000/a7s/rx100) and a couple of camcorders. Also sticking to my LUT of choice - Vivid and sharp tone. Yup! One of my best one yet. But still trying to improve on my skills . I welcome any critiques/comments to further better my craft. Let me know what you think. FYI - a little BTS on the first part and then the final highlight is on the end of the film.
  10. Hi guys, never posted something in here so I think it's time
  11. I'll begin by stating that I'm not a wedding photography by trade. I shoot mostly commercial lifestyle and product professionally and landscape for fun. I've shot a good few event style jobs with Sony and back when I had Nikon, but this was the first wedding shoot on the Sony system. It was almost as if I was using a camera for the first time. I fumbled between the many prime lenses at my disposal (the sought after G Master 24-70 2.8 nowhere to be found) because I opted not to rent a second camera. I had a second shooter with two Canon bodies and delegated various things to him. What I brought with me for the A7Rii in my possession was as follows: - My 55 4/1.8 Zeiss (My favorite lens despite how long I have to spend de-fringing) - My 70 - 200 f/4 (which I didnt use as it's not fast enough...new 2.8 nowhere to be found!) - My 28 f/2 (which I used only during dancing and sparklers at the end of the night) - A rented 35 f/1.4 Zeiss (great bokeh, slow focus and horrible fringing on this body) - A rented Canon 85 f/1.2 with Metabones adaptor (insanely unreliable focus, softness, light leaks from adaptor, and notoriously horrible fringing) There you have it. I know I sound a little negative right now, but I'm only trying to emphasize the difficultly of said task in contrast to what I usually consider a fairly delightful shooting experience with Sony. I opted to stick mostly with the 85 and 35 rentals (silly perhaps) throughout the day and spend a great deal of time hunting for focus while my subjects bobbed about with the occasional calculated pose (thankfully). The camera encountered a deep internal error/freeze about 6-8 times while shooting with the adapted Canon and required about 15 seconds to turn off and back on. As you may or may know, turning the A7Rii on from a freeze often takes a great deal of time as it attempts to get itself back in order. I'm confident this was a Metabones issue. Not sure what version of its firmware I was operating, but it wasn't pretty. Sidenote: light leak from the adaptor could be solved by covering the sides of the adaptor with my hands (didn't have black tape available on short notice). The 35 Zeiss I've used before on several occasions. It's a pleasing lens with fairly slow focus as I mentioned above. My editing experience always proves to be a free-for-all of teals, blues, and purple variants--typically shades that Lightroom can't identify as fringing. Fun! Later in the evening this wouldn't be an issue, but midday and golden hour I spend a good amount of time shooting into the light with a plethora of lovely plants and trees scattered about my subjects. Once de-fringed, however, the lens delivers some great stuff. On par with the Sigma Art 35 roughly. Focus in general with the A7Rii (which is known to be lesser of mirrorless evils when it comes to this) is, of course, a bit of an Achilles heel. I depend on center focus to focus and re-compose as I've come not to rely on its otherwise abilities. With Sony lenses, the center focus bracket is rather large (is there a way to make this smaller and more precise I don't know about!?) when compared with Canon and Nikon DSLRs, so I'll often miss when trying to aim for a small subject at center frame. This leads to many mis-focuses in crowded environments with many subjects moving about. Another factor that made things difficult was how long the A7Rii took to buffer as I fired off large RAW files in burst (high speed of course because...well, I needed everything I could get). It would quickly fill the buffer attempting to write to my high speed cards, and when I went to chimp my shots I always had to wait a good bit until it was finished writing and could render a preview. I'm used to this (been shooting with the camera for 9 months now), but it was made painfully apparent during such a shoot. The large files rapidly filled up several cards (42 MP is certainly overkill for a wedding, but that's my choice). Exposure is another something I have trouble with at times. I find that the 35 Zeiss is a particular nuisance as it gives me unpredictable exposures when shooting on Aperture priority. I opted not to shoot manual very often as the lighting was constantly changing as we moved about the venue. I love the live-exposure preview feature of mirrorless EVF, but find that for me it seems inconsistent with the brightness displayed on the screen and a little too dark during daylight to get a feeling. In the EVF I could see details and the exposure looked nice, but when chimping on the screen (brightness turned up for day), highlights would appear very much blown out. I was shooting Ap-priority with my exposure compensation dial cranked to anywhere between (-0.75) and (-2.25) most of the day. Once back on my computer, I found that said underexposures did end up giving me typically slightly underexposed shots, but only by a small amount. I prefer this actually on the Sony, as I find that shadows recover more than its highlights in Lightroom. I think I have a good deal of great shots as I run through the catalogue, but there are likely a great deal less usables than if I had shot with a modern DSLR. Good thing i opted for that high-speed burst all day and had a second shooter! Overall, I love these cameras, I really do, but for professional use I really do think they should be giving those G-Master lenses away. Either that or these cameras ought to be sold for such a reasonable price that the G-Masters seem like a no-brainer. Really, I'm thankful to be able to use my Sony when shooting inanimate objects, landscapes, and slow-moving models. For scenarios such as this, I truly feel as if I entered a race and shot myself in the foot at the starting line.
  12. After 6 years with Canon I'm finally making a break to Sony. I purchased an A7s a month or so ago and I LOVE the video-centric controls of the camera as well as the low light capability. However, my favorite feature is probably being able to film at 1080p at 60 fps- which neither the Canon 5d3 or 6D will do. I'm using mostly my old Canon lenses with an adapter, but recently purchased the Samyang 12mm 2.8 lens for 360 panoramas, which we also offer to our clients. We do mostly wedding films, some corporate production with my Canon C100, and photo booths. I'm looking forward to meeting many of you and learning from your experiences with this wonderful line of cameras. Mike Jensen - Owner Jensen Films, LLC Sacramento, CA
  13. Hi. My first post in Alpha forum. Hope you gonna like it. A wedding shot in Almyrida Crete. Just outside Chania. The blue one shot with a 70-200/4 sony and A7r, the one with the boys a 16-35/4 and the last one with 55/1,8Fe. Best Regards MaxG
  14. Hello, I've been following SAR (silent forum and site reader) since I use SLT a35, but now using Nex-6 since it came out and still in love with it, here below some images I taken with it. All using new 18-50mm kit lens from a3500 and Sigma 60mm DN A.
  15. Sony A77 II with Tamron 90mm macro USD
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