Joseph Radhik on the Ingenuity of the Sony Alpha 7R III

 

There are only a few that can match up to the versatility of Sony’s full-frame mirrorless camera, and its G Master lineup of lenses. Joseph Radhik tells you exactly why, while talking about the Sony A7R III, and his favourite lens from the series.

Joseph Radhik is the only Sony Global Imaging Ambassador from India. Besides photography, Joseph has three big loves—his family, filmmaking and driving. He finds inspiration in the works of Vincent Laforet, Pete Souza, and Prabuddha Dasgupta, amongst others.

Joseph Radhik is the only Sony Global Imaging Ambassador from India. Besides photography, Joseph has three big loves—his family, filmmaking and driving. He finds inspiration in the works of Vincent Laforet, Pete Souza, and Prabuddha Dasgupta, amongst others.

Camera: Sony A7R II | Lens: E 85mm f/1.8 Exposure: 1/500sec at f/2 (ISO 50). Photograph/Joseph Radhik

Camera: Sony A7R II | Lens: Vario-Tessar T FE 16-35mm f/4 ZA OSS Exposure: 1/500sec at f/2 (ISO 50) | Photograph/Joseph Radhik

Although purist photographers would frown upon this, but I love using the Live View feature on the A7R III. It’s difficult to constantly be shooting at eyelevel, through the viewfinder, especially when there’s so much happening.

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