Kuala Lumpur was blessed once more with a glorious fiery skies on 30 January 2018. So, I grabbed the opportunity to photograph the Petronas Twin Towers from the Skybar at Traders Hotel. This image was captured with my SONY A7RII and the SONY FE 12-24mm f/4 G (SEL1224G). Blended in Photomatix 6.0.3, post-processed in Adoba Photoshop CC 2018 with Google NikSoftware plugin.
We started out early today for a short 32-km drive to Sungai Congkak Recreational Forest, in Hulu Langat, Selangor. Arrived there by 9:00am and there were only a few visitors around the area. Took the opportunity to shoot the stream before the crowd comes in. Here, I used the SONY A7RII with the SEL1635GM lens and NiSi V5 CPL filter. Here goes...
Earlier today, I accompanied a friend from Penang, Ah Chua to take some Kuala Lumpur skyline during sunset from the Skybar on Level 33, Traders Hotel. Good opportunity for Ah Chua to try out his brand new Nikon D850.
Here, I've got two setups running, one being 2 sets of timelapse on my SONY A6000 + SEL1018 lens. The other setup is my SONY A7RII + SEL1635GM lens. I love the corner-to-corner sharpness and the starburst created by this GM lens and you can still have them at f/8 aperture! The SONY FE 16-35mm f/2.8 GM is definitely a must-have lens in a landscape photographers' camera bag. It's a worthy investment.
This image was generated from 9-exposure bracketing, blended in Photomatix 6.0.3 and processed in Adobe Photoshop CC 2018. EXIF: 16mm, f/8, ISO 400. Click on the image for full high resolution on Flickr.
I've also taken the shot of the Petronas Twin Towers using my SONY A7RII + SEL1224G lens. Again, I was astonished to corner-to-corner sharpness of this super wide angle lens. The starburst is not as good as the SEL1635GM.
This image was also generated from 9-exposure bracketing, blended in Photomatix 6.0.3 and processed in Adobe Photoshop CC 2018. EXIF: 12mm, f/8, ISO 400. Click on the image for full high resolution on Flickr.
From the two images, one can see the difference on the lens coverage between 12mm and 16mm lenses.
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Today, I was invited by SONY Malaysia to attend their first FCI on the high performance SONY G Master (GM) lenses. The interview session was carried out at the SONY Center at The Curve, Mutiara Damansara. The 2-hour event was moderated by Mr. Chiou Bing Han, Head of Department - Digital Imaging Dept, Marketing Division of SONY (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd, assisted by Ms. Elizabeth Lee. The interview session is a means for SONY Malaysia to gauge the acceptance and comments on their SONY G Master lens lineup. If I'm not mistaken, this is the first time that SONY Malaysia holds this FCI session for their G Master lens line up.
Apart from myself, the other participants to the FCI are Mr. Azman Karib Ibrahim, Mr, Abu Azfar Azriff Reza, Mr. Foo Chee Yeong and Mr. MK (didn't get a chance to get his details). All of us have at least one SONY G Master lens to share our experiences. I've got only one GM lens, in the form of the SEL1635GM. The questionnaires were based in our awareness and understanding on what the SONY G Master lens is, how happy we are with the performance of these G Master lenses, competitors' recognition, pride and experiances of owning one and our feedback on SONY store / online / social media marketing and advertising, as well as SONY customer service & service centers.
When asked what would be my next GM lens, I would have to say it will most probably be the SEL85F14GM.
I would like to commend SONY Malaysia for reaching out to their loyal consumers to know more about the strengths and weaknesses of the G Master lenses. I would like to take this opportunity also to thank SONY Malaysia for giving us the opportunity to share our experiences with the G Master lenses and look forward to possible collaborations with SONY Malaysia in the future.
This is the photography journey of Nur Ismail Photography where all the experiences from this year onwards will be shared with the audience. Thanks for stopping by! :-)