What Makes a Great Picture With Sony Artisan Ira Block

Ira Block, a National Geographic Photographer and Sony Artisan, provides some food for thought on what makes a picture great. He talks about a lot of Sony gear throughout the lecture, but if you’re curious about Ira’s preferences the Sony 24-70mm f/4 Vario-Tessar T FE OSS is his go too lens that’s always on his camera, but if he is shooting in low light he likes to use the Sony 55mm F1.8 Sonnar T FE ZA and Sony FE 28mm f/2. Beyond them he doesn’t allude to any other preferences, but you can read into the metadata from his photos in the video.

This Video Covers
Plan Before You Shoot
Key Components of a Photo
Light, Composition and Moment
The Sony Gear I Use
High ISO and Fast Shutter Speeds
Dynamic Range
Picking a Theme
Landscapes and Cityscapes
Social Media and Wifi

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