Jacob Moon

12 days ago

Ask me a question. I’d love to know what kind of questions you have for me that I can answer. With that being said, I’ll go  ahead a answer one of the most common questions I get, which is about the photography gear that I have/use. I use the @sonyalpha A7RIII and primarily pair it with 1 of 2 lenses, which is either the Sony Zeiss 16-35 f/4 or the 24-70 f/4. On 95% of my adventures this is all I have because it is a light weight setup and simple. I also have Sony G Master 100-400 that I use occasionally and I’m looking at adding a fast night photography lens in the near future ( the Sony or Sigma 24 mm prime 1.4 ) Beyond that, I use a Gitzo travel tripod which has worked but I’m excitedly waiting for my new Peak Design Tripod to arrive later this year now that the kick starter is done. I use a Peak Design neck strap  that I switch between my camera and camera bag. For my camera bag I use a toploading camera bag, (not any one in particular because there isn’t a perfect bag out there and I hope to design and produce one soon) I use the toploader bag in the traditional sense as a shoulder bag but primarily I use it by clipping it to my backpack, or climbing harness with carabiners which turns it into thee best adventure camera bag solution out there in my opinion. For filters, I only use circular polarizer and I use my phone and the Sony phone app to remotely control my camera when necessary. This is everything I am currently using to take my photos. For editing I only use Adobe Lightroom and then I airdrop the edits to my phone and post them. For this photo of a Church in the Italian Dolomites, I used the @sonyalpha A7RIII and 24-70mm F/4 lens with a polarizer. My settings were: 24mm, 1/320 seconds at f/8 and ISO 320. #BeAlpha #sonyalphacollective

Ask me a question. I’d love to know what kind of questions you have for me that I can answer. With that being said, I’ll go ahead a answer one of the most common questions I get, which is about the photography gear that I have/use. I use the @sonyalpha A7RIII and primarily pair it with 1 of 2 lenses, which is either the Sony Zeiss 16-35 f/4 or the 24-70 f/4. On 95% of my adventures this is all I have because it is a light weight setup and simple. I also have Sony G Master 100-400 that I use occasionally and I’m looking at adding a fast night photography lens in the near future ( the Sony or Sigma 24 mm prime 1.4 ) Beyond that, I use a Gitzo travel tripod which has worked but I’m excitedly waiting for my new Peak Design Tripod to arrive later this year now that the kick starter is done. I use a Peak Design neck strap that I switch between my camera and camera bag. For my camera bag I use a toploading camera bag, (not any one in particular because there isn’t a perfect bag out there and I hope to design and produce one soon) I use the toploader bag in the traditional sense as a shoulder bag but primarily I use it by clipping it to my backpack, or climbing harness with carabiners which turns it into thee best adventure camera bag solution out there in my opinion. For filters, I only use circular polarizer and I use my phone and the Sony phone app to remotely control my camera when necessary. This is everything I am currently using to take my photos. For editing I only use Adobe Lightroom and then I airdrop the edits to my phone and post them. For this photo of a Church in the Italian Dolomites, I used the @sonyalpha A7RIII and 24-70mm F/4 lens with a polarizer. My settings were: 24mm, 1/320 seconds at f/8 and ISO 320. #BeAlpha #sonyalphacollective

122 Comments

hgorun

hgorun

How did you learn to edit photos? Sometimes I find it difficult to draw the line between over edited and under edited, especially when it comes to color

11 days ago

2.sweetps

2.sweetps

Is Mac or PC better for editing?

11 days ago

elromcan

elromcan

❤️❤️❤️

11 days ago

lumberbob

lumberbob

How did you learn you were interested in photography and how did you first learn you could make a living doing it?

11 days ago

thekiwiapproach

thekiwiapproach

Magic shot mate! Tripods, how often do you use yours/do you carry it on hikes/climbs. Hope you and Fam are doing well 😊

11 days ago

jaime.prado.165685

jaime.prado.165685

Great shot👏

11 days ago

chaooh

chaooh

Wonderful ❤️

11 days ago

arpankalita_

arpankalita_

😇😇

11 days ago

a.dub.f

a.dub.f

My husband and I have the opportunity to do a month abroad (no work) in April 2020 with our 2.5 yr old and 6 mo old. We love the outdoors and have hiked regularly up until this last baby was born (Sept 2019). For this trip we'd like to rent an apt - where would you suggest we look at visiting?

11 days ago

sia_nastasi

sia_nastasi

What about second child?😁

11 days ago

szia_krisztina

szia_krisztina

Hmm well your photography is epic. Favorite editing app? I know you're a pro and probably do it all on a laptop! International travel must? With an infant? Hopefully a mom some day but don't want to discontinue exploring the world with my hubby.

11 days ago

christphertimo

christphertimo

Is photography your full time job?

12 days ago

lettiepeace

12 days ago

dyl24_

dyl24_

What church or town is this in Italy?

12 days ago

codyjutovsky

codyjutovsky

Wow man, beautiful

12 days ago

wildbill_lives

wildbill_lives

Do you use Lightroom profiles for colors? If so any tips?

12 days ago

wildbluefamily

wildbluefamily

You’ve got it down. This is a stunning image!

12 days ago

moonmountainman

moonmountainman

Planning? Not sure. Once I could see a way to make photography work (a job that benefits from traveling) it was a no brained to build out the van and travel in it. With the family it is more difficult obviously but it’s not something we planned for because we didn’t know what it would be like. It was just something we had to go and do to learn how.

12 days ago

waniramli

waniramli

Have you ever wondered who created this beautiful earth?

12 days ago

shortstache

shortstache

What a shot. Sheesh 🤘🏻

12 days ago

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