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5 days ago

Photographer @julienloicgabriel shares this creative composition of the breathtaking Lago Di Braies in the Italian DolomitesπŸ‘‰ "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

1 week ago

πŸ“· : @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

2 weeks ago

πŸ“·: @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

2 weeks ago

πŸ“· : @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

2 weeks ago

Light trails on Tokyo's Sumidagawa River captured by photographer @awaaaaaal πŸ‘ πŸ‘ β€œThis place should be on your checklist when you come to photograph light trails in Tokyo. Do come here on weekends as there will be more boats and ferry with colorful lights passing in and out on weekends during and after sunsets. The most important thing is don’t forget to enjoy the view!” | #SonyAlpha a6000 | 18-135mm | 18mm l f22 | 30sec l ISO 100 l #BeAlpha

3 weeks ago

Photographer @toni.moranta gifts us with this insanely beautiful and peaceful view of the Taj Mahal 😲 "If I thought about the Taj Mahal, I had always imagined a shot like this. I couldn't miss the opportunity, so I managed to get there so early to avoid crowds and perfectly frame the shot I had always dreamed of. I tried many angles, sat on the floor, and played with symmetry. If you ever visit India, don't be lazy and wake up early. It will be worth it!" | #SonyAlpha a7R III | 16-35mm f/2.8 GM | 17mm | f2.8 | 1/1250 sec | ISO 100 | #BeAlpha

3 weeks ago

Mirrored reflections in Amsterdam captured by photographer @travel_pel πŸ™Œ "Reflections always make me happy. I was lucky to have a cloudy day in Amsterdam, making the conditions for this shot work out. I try to always carry the gear I could need while traveling just in case the situation calls for it, even while trekking around a city." | #SonyAlpha a7R III | 24-105mm | F10 | 8 sec | ISO 50 | ND filter | #BeAlpha

3 weeks ago

A foggy sunrise captured by photographer @patrick.noack at Lake Misurina, a popular photo spot by the Italian Dolomites πŸ‘‰ "It was a foggy morning and extremely wet. It was too foggy for the classic photo, but sometimes it is worth moving away from the classic spots to help find new perspectives." | #SonyAlpha a7R III | 16-35mm F2.8 GM | F9 | 1 sec | ISO 100 | #BeAlpha

4 weeks ago

A fiery sunrise captured by photographer @blackarmourphotography πŸ”₯ πŸ”₯ πŸ”₯ "I remember the morning I captured this image so well as if it's permanently embedded into my mind. I was standing along the pier in the crisp of dawn waiting for the sun to rise. The moment that it did, I stood still in awe, awe of the beauty this world had to offer. In that instance I felt so grateful to be able to experience this, the beauty of nature and the miraculous iconic landmark. After I composed myself, I took out my camera and captured this sight in its full glory." | #SonyAlpha a7R III | 16-35mm GM | F11 | 0.5 ss | ISO 50 | #BeAlpha

1 month ago

A 40 seconds look at Tokyo, Japan, captured by photographer @shugraphy_059 πŸ’« "As a tip when shooting at this location, it is desirable to use a wide-angle lens to capture the entire building and the light trails of the car. This place where I stand is a pedestrian bridge, and it shakes very much, so if you choose a tripod that resists vibrations, you will be able to suppress blurring." | #SonyAlpha a7R III | 12-24 F4.0 G | 12mm | F16 | 40 sec | ISO 100 | #BeAlpha

1 month ago

A California staple covered in fog captured by photographer @nakulbphotog πŸ‘‰ "The Golden Gate Bridge is a landmark that people travel from around the world to visit and I am fortunate enough to have it in my hometown. But no image of the Golden Gate Bridge would be complete without the fog that takes over it." | #SonyAlpha a7 III | 70-200 f/4 G OSS | 180mm | f/4 | 1/80 sec | ISO 320 | #BeAlpha

1 month ago

πŸ“·: @nateinthewild "We spotted this big male when he was about a mile or so away across the ice and tried to position ourselves to be unobtrusive while we observed. But, with a nose capable of smelling prey 20 miles away and 3 feet under snow, he picked up on us pretty quickly and came over to see what all the fuss was about. Although polar bears move relatively slow, you'll still want to keep a fast shutter speed. Freezing the smaller details in the frame (such as the snow coming off their feet) helps convey the impact of these massive animals." | #SonyAlpha a7R IV | 600mm f/4 | F4 | 1/1250 sec | ISO 125 | #BeAlpha