On July 9th, Sony released a new full frame 35mm f/1.8 lens. Well… a week before Sony had given me a preview copy of the lens and asked if I’d shoot with it to develop some thoughts and images to share.

I did just that, and the result was a reminder of some different ways to shoot landscape photos (that I had lost sight of over the years).

I did a quick video that talks about some other thoughts when shooting landscapes and the nice part about it, is that you don’t need a f/1.8 lens to do it. Any low aperture on your lens (f/2.8, f/4) will do just fine.

Plus, there’s a quick edit of one of the photos I took (in really crappy weather) at the end so you’ll see some tips I have for bringing some life to blah sunset 🙂 Enjoy!

PS: Here’s a link to read more about the Sony 35mm f/1.8 lens if you’re interested.



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