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    Two Sisters

    Trying out a Batis 85 1.8 on an a6000



    Last edited by Pitter; Aug 7 2017 at 09:20 PM.
    Comments and suggestions welcome but please do not modify my photographs

    Sony a6000 with 1.8 24mm Sony-Zeiss lens, Canon 7D with 400 5.6 and 580 EX II flash with Better Beamer

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    Looks good Pitter.
    Background in second shot could be a problem with slower lens.

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    Awesome frames and killer Zeiss Batis FE 85mm f/1.8 sharpness Pitter! I would say it's worth the money for sure

    Thanks for sharing,

    Jay
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    Thanks very much
    Comments and suggestions welcome but please do not modify my photographs

    Sony a6000 with 1.8 24mm Sony-Zeiss lens, Canon 7D with 400 5.6 and 580 EX II flash with Better Beamer

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    Like very much but only for me do you have a shot with both of them in it.
    I think it might work for me more know that these 2 are sisters.
    This is only splitting hairs so well done mate.
    CC is always welcome, the good and the bad. I promise not to take it personal as I know it wasn't meant that way.

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