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Shoot Like A Pro Real Estate Architecture Photography Class One Day Class at Samy’s Pasadena and Live Luxury Property Shoot Hi Friends, I hope you can join me at Samy’s in Pasadena on August 4th. We’ll have plenty of Sony gear on hand to check out. This is a one day- two part class with […]

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Architectural Real Estate Photography Class I’m very honored to be teaching a Real Estate Photography Class sponsored by Samy’s Camera and Sony on August 4th, 2015 in Pasadena, CA. It’s a full day class with an in depth classroom module followed by a 20 minute Q&A session. Comes with  in depth classroom workbook that covers […]

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Quick Specs on the Sony a7rII Wondering What All the Fuss is About the Sony a7rII, Here’s Some Specs See a quick video by Miguel Quiles with Kenta Honjo, Sony Alpha Product Manager  here. Sony definitely exceeded what I was expecting to see in a revised a7r, but here are the specific features that I’m most […]

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  • Bobby - July 17, 2015 - 11:26 pm

    Hi Marc. So I’m trying to really break in to wedding photography, and I can’t decide on the Nikon D750 and Sony a7Rii. Which would you recommend? Any idea how the Sony’s shoot in low light situations as I’ve heard the D750 is incredible. Just overall what would you prefer? Thanks so much!ReplyCancel

    • Marc W. - July 21, 2015 - 9:43 am

      Hello grandmoffbobby@yahoo.com I can’t speak to Nikon at all, because I’ve never ever used them. As for Sony, I’d recommend the a7s or a pair of them for wedding photography. a7rII IMHO is simply overkill for weddings. Unless you plan on printing huge!! The Sony a7s shoot wonderful for me in low light situations. I also augment my weddings with the a7II (not the r) for family groupings.ReplyCancel

Sony A7RII Interview With Sony Alpha Product Manager Kenta Honjo Fellow Sony Artisan of Imagery Miguel Quiles interviews Kenta Honjo, Sony Alpha Product Manager at the #SonyAlpha press release in NYC about the a7rII. Marc Weisberg is an award wining photographer based in Irvine, California specializing in Luxury Architecture & Real Estate Photography, Weddings & […]

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