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Photographer @fabiooliveira explores the Mount Cook National Park in New Zealand 🌏
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If you ever plan to go, here's a tip: "Such an amazing morning on the Hooker Valley track in Mount Cook enjoying the first light of the day. If you're planning to visit New Zealand you should stop in this area for at least two days to explore the glacier, lake and mountain tracks." | Sony A7rII | 16-35mm f/2.8 | ISO 800 | 1/1600 | f/5 |

Photographer @ivvnwong shares this image created during a shoot in Tokyo πŸ‘‰πŸΌ "When we came here to shoot, we were hoping the day would be overcast since we're shooting an outdoor atrium, but instead we had to battle against dynamic, harsh light so it took a couple of hours to shoot. This photo took at least 21 shots to compile, and showcases ballet moves." | A7RII | 24-70mm GM | f2.8 | ISO 100 | 1/60 sec. |

Here's a wild shot of the Australian Outback captured by @mitchgreenphotos πŸ”₯
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"The Australian Outback is a perfect location to gaze up in wonder at the heavens above. With no light pollution, the night sky is illuminated by countless stars overhead like a backlit pin cushion" | Sony A7RII | 20mm | f/2.5 | 8 sec | ISO 3200 |

Sometimes it's the little things in life... Photo by @davey_gravy | A7Rii | 55mm f1.8 | ISO 320 | f5.0 | 1/1000 sec | πŸ›Ά
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"We traveled to the mountains to photograph sunrise at Two Jack Lake, but the conditions were not ideal to get a colorful sunrise. Instead we drank coffee and tea on the shore and chose to focus on shooting smaller elements around us instead of a traditional landscape."

Wildflowers in Mt. St. Helens captured by @xjtian using the #A7II | FE 16-35 mm f/4 | 16 mm | f/8 | 1/30 | ISO 200 | ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Read here to find out how this shot was captured: "Wildflowers can be very tricky foreground subjects to shoot, but if you understand how to manipulate perspective, you'll find it a lot easier to shoot the perfect frame. First, adjust your camera on your tripod up and down until you can capture the flowers, some midground, and your background all in the same frame. Depending on how big the flowers are, you may find a short or inverted center column on your tripod useful. Next, to balance your composition, adjust your perspective by moving back and forth. If the flowers are too small, get closer and zoom out. If they're too big for your background subject, move back and zoom in. With a little bit of practice, you'll be able to find the perfect composition every time!"

"Never stop exploring. Going outside of your boundaries will push and inspire you even further." πŸ“Έ: @heyimandy | A7SII | 24-70mm | 50 mm | f/1.4 | 1/1000 sec | ISO 400 |

Feelin' moody because it's only Wednesday? Photographer @camarank captured this shot while on an adventure to Yellowstone National Park.
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The moon-lit Sparks Lake captured by @jbbevel #exploregon 🌚
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"For nature photography, chem-trails can often be an intrusion. In this case, I decided to embrace the unique design and capture it as it made for a wonderful leading line to the mountaintop in the distance." | a7ii | 14mm 2.8 lens | ISO 1250 | f2.8 | 25 sec |

3:45 AM sunrises captured by @sheventures_ πŸŒ„
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"This photo was taken as we hiked out of our campsite at Berg Lake, in British Columbia, Canada. We were up at 3:45AM to break down camp and catch a front row seat to the sunrise over Mount Robson, and he definitely didn't disappoint!" | A6000 | ISO 160 | f/4.0 | 1/160 |

Splashing in Dumbo, New York, captured by @so.shauna | A7II | 31mm | 1/800 | f4 | ISO 100 | #AlphaCollective

Inspiring image by @k.d.s.photography to help start your week off right ✨
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Here's a tip behind this shot: "If you want wildflowers with stars, shoot the flowers at blue hour so that there is no harsh light. You will most likely need to focus stack these shots in order to get everything in focus. I typically start with getting the thing closest to me in focus and then pick another focal point until I have everything in the scene in focus. Then just wait for the stars and blending them should be fairly easy." _______________________________________________________
Flowers: A7RII and 14-24 mm lens ( ISO 3200, 14 mm, F6.3, 1/4 sec) Stars: A7RII and the G-Master 24-70 lens (ISO 10000, 24 mm, F2.8, 13 sec)

Misty Mountains at White Mountain National Forest captured by @mikmalik 🌲🌲🌲
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"Arriving to shoot at dusk during the right time is always key, but sometimes the best captures are completely spontaneous." | A5000 | ISO 200 | f/22 | 1/60 sec |

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