Jan 052013
 
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Long exposure / light trails exposure of San Francisco from Twin Peaks

Long exposure / light trails exposure of San Francisco from Twin Peaks

I shot “Paths of Light” from Twin Peaks, overlooking San Francisco. Using a long exposure, I timed the capture of the traffic below to create beautiful streams of light below, while in the distance, the moon casts a pale and beautiful glow over the bay, beyond the city’s lights.

This photograph was captured with the Rokinon 8mm f/3.5 fisheye lens with the Sony Alpha A77 camera. The Rokinon’s 8mm fisheye seems to take light sources, like the Moon, in stride. :)

Mar 202012
 

“Crystal Forest”

"Crystal Forest"

"Crystal Forest"

So, this past weekend, I got a chance to make some photographs with the Sony Alpha A77 in what I think is the most nightmarish lighting situations: a darkened aquarium. The aquarium in question, the Monterey Bay Aquarium.

Above is a hand held shot of my favorite Black Sea Nettles, photographed with the 8mm fisheye lens and post processed in Adobe Lightroom. There were some issues with noise, but otherwise, the A77 performed quite well.

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Jan 182012
 

The following photographs were made on the Sony Alpha A77 DSLT camera using the Rokinon 8mm aspherical fisheye lens.

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