• Corner in Yellow – Havana, Cuba. March, 2015 - By Michael Reichmann
    Fuji X-T1 with 16-55mm @ ISO 4000
  • Metal Wall – Havana, Cuba. March, 2015 - By Michael Reichmann
    Sony A7II with Zeiss 35mm f/1.4 @ ISO 100
  • Columbia River Gorge Trees, April 2015 - By Kevin Raber
    Sony A 7II with 24-70mm lens at 63mm, 1/30th sec., f/20 at ISO 500
  • Trees In Washington, April 2015 - By Kevin Raber
    Sony a7 II with 70-200mm at 154mm, 1/250th sec., f/11 ISO 500
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Five Days in Havana

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Precise Digital Exposure

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