aNewDomain.net — Our international photographer phenom Trey Ratcliff dedicates two photos today — and a video — to the topic of Leica lenses on the Sony A7r camera. Check out the photos below. Scroll below those to watch his video. The photos below feature Trey’s friend, Stu Robertson, who is busy working on the Peace in 10,000 Hands project. … Check out the Trey Ratcliff photo of the day – times two — plus that video. He’s adding it to his Sony A7r review at StuckInCustoms …
Lately I’ve been doing a lot of experimentation with the new Sony A7r with Leica lenses. Check out the results. In both pictures below, you’ll see my friend +Stu Robertson. Be sure to check out his amazing project, Peace in 10,000 Hands.
This is Stu, below. I shot this photo with the Leica 24mm f/1.4.
But here, below, is the official photo of the day. With his Jesus like beard, Stu attempts to walk on water in an unusual scene — across Blue Lake in Saint Bathans, New Zealand. I shot this also with the Leica 24mm f/1.4 lens. It’s really such a fun lens to use — and so tiny.
I’m not used to shooting wide-angle stuff with such a big aperture, but the results turned out kind of cool. Notice that if you’re focused on stuff close to you, it throws the background out of focus. And I could get used to this.
I’m adding the video below to my Sony A7r review at StuckInCustoms here.
Video credit: Trey Ratcliff, StuckInCustoms.com
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