I’ve been shooting with an APS-C camera for quite sometime; specifically the @sonyalpha A6000 and A6500. I recently started to realize my camera’s limitations (in certain situations) when shooting landscapes and astrophotography. I could use better dynamic range, increased performance in low light conditions and improved depth of field. As a photographer you learn to work with what you have and take advantage of your camera’s strengths. Currently, I am torn between the A7iii and the A7riii. Both have similarities and uniques features. I am leaning more towards the A7riii as the higher resolution allows me to print larger and sharper images. The A7iii does have better auto focus points which is perfect for portrait photography. What would you do?
Shot taken with a 70-200mm at F10 as the sun was setting over the mesquite flat sand dunes. A man stands on top of one of the many dunes, reflecting in the moment and observing the changing colors of the landscape as the sun set on the horizon.
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LOCATION 📍: Molenteng Tree House, Nusa Penida , Bali
We began the 16 mile hike to Hyalite Peak late afternoon. Hoping the weather would hold up, we pushed it as hard as we could. Starting out in the forest, we saw plenty of waterfalls along the way. Within the last couple miles, it opened up and got beautiful views of the mountains, lakes, and wildflowers in the basin. Pushing up the last switchbacks to the top of the peak rewarded us with incredible panoramas of Paradise Valley, Big Sky, the Gallatin Valley, and more. It was quite windy so after snagging some photos and having a quick snack, we hustled back down to the car. All in all only about 6 hours but I’d say probably my favorite hike around Bozeman!
This summer was a blast running crazy all around Colorado together and enjoying just being outside. You could say that we are sad our summer fun is over but there is excitement to be found in the future! Here's to more adventure filled summers.
One of the most intriguing aspects of lava is that it’s just so dynamic... the lava is in a constant state of change... flowing, cooling, hardening, breaking, steaming, rupturing, exploding... and CREATING. Being able to photographically document our island’s volcanic activity, let alone witness it, is such a tremendous blessing! And yes, I am a lava junkie. 😜
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