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Mar 17, 2015 02:52 |  #1

Took both of the Alpha's out tonight. Of course I should be using the A7S for all the night shots, yet I do like to get a larger resolution image if I can.

The A7S was very handy for the reflection though as I could use a much shorter exposure time and this sharpened the reflection.

First shot is of the Spiegel Tent. Which is proving very popular here in Hobart - check the line out!

[16mm, 30 Seconds, Audience, Colour, F20, High Aperture, ISO 50, Light Trails, lights, Night, People, Performing Arts, Salamanca, Sony ILCE7R, Sony Vario-Tessar T FE 16-35mm f/4 ZA OSS, Spiegl Tent, Star Lights, Tree Lights]

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Next shot I used the A7S to sharpen the reflection as I mentioned. This is Customs House here in Hobart.

[1/15th, 50mm, Boats, F8, hobart, ISO 1250, lights, Maratime Museum, Mikaton 50mm F0.95 Speedmaster Pro, Reflections, Sony ILCE-7S]

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Apr 08, 2015 08:31 |  #2

Nice shots. I really like the second one!




  
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