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Fun With Sony Cameras

LoSenior

New member
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I'm a retired HS Administator and you picture brings back many fond memories.
I can't believe that I've been retired 10 years.
Thanks for sharing a great picture.
Jerry
 

APY_JR

New member
re: Fun With Sony _____

Nice job given the "Gaggle of Goofy Geese" or "Coven of Clowns" you have to deal with when shooting these jobs ... :salute:
Thanks Marc:)

Yeah... I'd love to do one of these with total control over my subjects.

So I blindly stumble along hoping to fall into the perfect conditions... when all the stars align:)

Albert
 

APY_JR

New member
re: Fun With Sony _____

I'm a retired HS Administator and you picture brings back many fond memories.
I can't believe that I've been retired 10 years.
Thanks for sharing a great picture.
Jerry
You bet Jerry:)

They really haven't changed much.... just added to their repertoire of "hand signs":)

Albert
 

APY_JR

New member
re: Fun With Sony _____

I had a look at the full rez photo. That's a fantastic amount of detail!
Agreed Jorgen:)

This cam really produces the goods with the right lenses.

I'm not complaining with this 35mm format cam... don't miss my Mamiya Pro S's at all:)

Albert
 

biglouis

Well-known member
re: Fun With Sony _____

Albert

I'm just a lurker here but that high school shot is amazing. Which lens did you use?

LouisB
 
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madcat207

Guest
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A "quick" shot chosen from many i was trying today. I think it looks alot better printed out, but i still wanted to share it...

Taken with an a900 and Minolta 100mm Macro.
 

edwardkaraa

New member
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Edward,

Nice shots of the band.
I like the next to last one the best. :)
Thank you Wayne! That was Inga, a beautiful singer/performer from NZ :)

The lighting was so dim on stage I'm actually surprised I could get acceptably sharp shots. The F20 was a wise small investment. Without it I would have gotten nothing worthwhile.
 
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georges2020

Guest
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The Bird Nest at night. Beijing 2008 Olympic games stadium.
 

LoSenior

New member
re: Fun With Sony _____

Here's a couple from Harbor Days in Olympia, WA. I'm still working on my PP skills, any sugestions wolud be appreciated.
A900 CZ 24-70, ISO 200.
 

Quentin_Bargate

Active member
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Nice shots, chaps.

Here are three shots from a concernt my eldest son, Alex (in the red top), took part in with some friends last night. All these three were with the 85mm F1.4 and at 640ISO. No flash.



Quentin
 
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