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Here are a few shots I took from a recent Fashion Editorial. 

I know - IT'S CRAZY - someone using a Sony for professional use ;)

 

Note - My wife and I both took shots for this editorial - she used her Canon 5DSR, and I used my Sony a7RII.  Then we each used a Hasselblad X1D for a shot.

 

Thanks for looking!

 

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Sony a7rII & 85 GM

www.romeobravophoto.com

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