I finally got a chance to take the Sony A7rII out for her maiden voyage. I’ve had the camera about a month now and have hardly used it. It was with me during the birth of my daughter, but I’ve yet to take it out for landscapes. We just hadn’t had anything interesting happen with the weather in the last few weeks . . . until now.
My wife needed to get out of the house, so I found this awesome little park in the marina called Burton Chance Park. It was so peaceful. I didn’t know peace like that existed in LA. The weather was perfect, the sunset was perfect and there was even a random dude playing guitar there all night that was actually really good.
Marina Del Rey – Sony A7r II
This was a single exposure, processed with Lightroom and Photoshop. The lens I used was the Sony 16-35mm F4.
I’ve been using the Canon 16-35mm f2.8 II and was always reluctant to switch over, but now after doing it, I’m very happy I did. The lens seems to just work a little better with the camera in every way, from colors to sharpness. It’s a fantastic combo.
Location: Marina Del Rey
Camera: Sony A7rII
ISO 100, f11, 1/16sec