Night exposures on Hwy 108, August 2015
Took a weekend trip over the hill to the Eastern Sierras from the Bay Area on the motorcycle this past weekend and brought along the camera (of course…). I have a 14mm Rokinon that has a Sony mount on it to fit my A7II. The Rokinon is a super fun and super wide lens I originally picked up to shoot friends mountain biking in NZ. Its f/2.8 so I thought it would be fun to try out some night shots while out in the woods where there is little light pollution from big cities. Couple that turned out OK. All shot on a Sony A7II with a Rokinon 14mm f/2.8 manual lens. The first shot is 20 sec f/4 at ISO1600, and the other two are 20 sec f/4 at ISO3200.
Posted on August 25, 2015, in KLR, Life, Photography, Places and tagged 16mm, A7II, ADV, Hetzel, KLR, night photography, night sky, Photography, Rokinon, Sony, Sony A7II, stars. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.