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Commercial advert with A7III + FE 24mm 1.4


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I was invited to produce an amazing idea, a real Half Glass Full. My duty was to shoot the whole production process of this glass, from hot fire to the final product, and to produce a series of Instagram Stories, a bunch of photos and a 45 seconds web video with a tight budget and a short deadline. Well, that's the final result. All shot with a Sony A7 III + FE 24mm 1.4 + FE 55mm 1.8 + FE 90mm Macro f2.8. 

You can see all the project here: https://www.behance.net/gallery/73941355/Half-Glass-Full

http://instagram.com/smedeiros/

 

The first step towards progress, it's optimism. Hope you like it. 

 

 

 

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What a great short film that demonstrates what the A7iii can deliver in the right hands with the right lens - thank you for sharing (I am not really a video shooter but great to see this as it endorses the cameras capability should I need to shoot video).

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36 minutes ago, Iansky said:

What a great short film that demonstrates what the A7iii can deliver in the right hands with the right lens - thank you for sharing (I am not really a video shooter but great to see this as it endorses the cameras capability should I need to shoot video).

Lansky,  thank u so much for your feedback. 

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