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A Must Buy

The Sony 85mm f/1.8 is should be considered a must buy for anyone in search of an 85mm lens with an E mount camera. I sold my beloved Sigma 85mm f/1.4 EX and I was honestly worried that the Sony  would not replace the empty spot in my heart the Sigma left. Luckily the Sony has so far exceed my expections with its sharpness, bokeh and focus speed/accuracy.

For anyone wondering, this image was taken with a Yongnuo 685 fired at 1/16th power from slightly camera right. I used a soft box to diffuse the light and the Yongnuo 622C tmr trigger the flash.

Nike Air

These are some shoes I got in Singapore. I was eyeing them off in the store and my girlfriend was kind enough to buy them for me as a surprise 😀

Chinatown Crossing

I really love 85mm for street photography, even though it isn’t considered to be a typical focal length for street.

Mysterious Figure Ahead

While going for a walk around the city, I found this spot that had some great back lighting.

Singapore Memories

So I am currently sick with bronchitis and have a few assignments due. Being that I don’t have the time or energy to do seperate posts, here are all the remaining images from my Singapore trip.

Window Seat
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Cloud Dome

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Keep Walking

Supertree Grove

Gardens By The Bay

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This Sony 85mm f/1.8 is impressing me more and more! I really love the colors and bokeh it produces, well worth every cent.

Danbo Meets Tatsu

I wanted to give my Sony 85mm f/1.8 lens a test and I figured Danbo and Tatsu would make good subjects. I’m really happy with the AF, bokeh and sharpness from this lens. I can’t wait to get out and use it more 😀

Barangaroo

Here is my very first long exposure with the Sony A7III. I had wanted to shoot from this viewpoint for several weeks now and I’m glad I did as it gave me the opportunity to test out what the A7III can do.

Dulcet Cakes & Sweets

Iced Tea

Tea Leaves

Here are a few tests shots from my Sony A7III. We went to Burwood to do some exploring and Dulcet Cakes & Sweets had some of the nicest looking desserts. The camera is great for food photography and not as big or noticeable as my DSLR was.

Hi Sony

So I have finally got my Sony A7III and I must say, I’m head over heels in love with it. Even though I’m using it with all adapted lenses, the AF performance has been amazing with no visible loss of quality for my wide angle shots.

I am working on a review of sorts which will be up around mid next week so make sure to keep an eye out for it.