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Anyone else feel extremely satisfied looking at how perfectly symmetrical this shot is? Talented photographer @m.visuals shares this view captured near London using an a7R series camera 👉 "I have always loved symmetry and it doesn't get any better than this location just outside of London. When shooting super wide symmetry, it's important to be central and line up the framing. A tip to help with this is to turn on the grids on your camera so you can see if you are lined up correctly." | #SonyAlpha a7R III | 14mm f2.8 | f2.8 | 1/160 sec | ISO 1000 | #BeAlpha
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Winter views on Lake Königssee captured by photographer @_alexanderwieck 🙌 "It was the first ride in the morning and this boat crushed the ice causing these beautiful ice plates to emerge. A piece of advice is even if the weather is not perfect, you at least have to try to get a cool photo. I didn’t expect this image before the day started- it was totally worth having to get up early." | #SonyAlpha a7 III | 16-35m F4 | 18mm | f4 | 1/150 sec | ISO 100 | (Model: @_andre.diaz) #BeAlpha
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Photographer @anskar.lenzen shares this image and a helpful reminder to stop and appreciate the little things 😙 "I took this image in a park in Vienna, Austria. Nowadays we get easily lost in all the famous locations that we sometimes forget what landscape and nature photography is all about! It is about exploring, about enjoying nature, and about the process itself. My tip is to find your own niche in all this, just like these mushrooms did. Look up to bigger accounts but don't just blindly copy them. Question them and learn from their mistakes. Find your own style and path, shoot whatever you like! In the end, it will make you a much better photographer." | #SonyAlpha a7 II | 28-75mm | f4 | 1/200 sec | ISO 200 | #BeAlpha
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Photographer @demas shares this epic final shot from a recent trip to Nevada's Valley of Fire State Park. Here's some insight into how this shot was created 👉 "This image was created during my recent road trip around the Southwest with three friends at the Valley of Fire State Park in Nevada. It was definitely a team effort with one friend driving the car, one friend modeling, and one friend helping with lighting up the rocks with a torch. The final image is a composite of four photos/exposures - one for the model, one for the car trail, one for the rocks, and one for the sky (which was shot at a different location)." | #SonyAlpha a7R IV | 24-70mm f2.8 GM | #BeAlpha
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Photographer @julienloicgabriel shares this creative composition of the breathtaking Lago Di Braies in the Italian Dolomites👉 "At this spot, photographers usually wait for sunrise to capture the boats in the foreground and the mountain in the background, however, I was looking for something different. I moved closer to a tree and framed to have a front-shot sheet. This allowed me to give depth to the image, create a frame, and bring the spectator to focus on the character." | #SonyAlpha a7 III | 100-400mm f4.5-5.6 GM | f9 | 1/160 sec | ISO 800 | #BeAlpha
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📷 : @gentlemanpich "Two of the greatest phenomenons in the world are free.. they happen at sunrise and sunset. Grab your Sony mirrorless camera, slap on an ND filter, and a tripod is needed sometimes. Check the sunrise or sunset time, be at the location an hour ahead of the time, and wait for the magic." | #SonyAlpha a7 III | 18-35mm f2.8 GM | 35mm | f2.8 | 1/5 sec | ISO 100 | ND filter | #BeAlpha
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📷: @erubes1 "Sunset at one of the Seven Modern Wonders of the World, Iguazu Falls. Some places are beyond words, and trying to describe the sheer scale of these falls is nearly impossible. It's captivating, powerful, inspiring, and even more fun to take pics of!" | #SonyAlpha a7R III | 24-70mm f2.8 GM | 26mm | F5.6 | 1/1000 sec | ISO 200 | #BeAlpha
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📷 :@jurajpagac "I wanted to get this shot of this hotel and those magnificent peaks behind it for a long time. Although when I was shooting it from my eye-level perspective, I felt the lake in the foreground was quite distracting. I decided to get on my knees and shoot it with the lens wide open and as close to the surface of the lake as possible and think it worked quite nice 😊." | #SonyAlpha a7 | 85mm | f/1.4 | 1/8000 sec | ISO 200 | #BeAlpha
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