My sister Riturparna is one of my favourite photographers. I mean photographers who click photos of mine. I'm from Kalyani, and she lives in Nabadwip, so generally, I don't get enough chance getting clicked by her. But when she comes here, and I don't miss a single chance. We go for an evening walk and click photos standing here and there. I found a few pictures clicked by her and I don't remember the date. But those were taken by Sony A6000 mirrorless camera with Sigma 30 mm f/1.4 lens. That was the first lens I had purchased separately and my first prime lens. I am really impressed by its performance. We took a lot of pictures at night. Here are a few photos right now to me. Those can't compete with the level of Sony A7iii, still good quality of pictures. But whenever you check full-frame photos and cropped sensor photos, you will understand the difference. She will come again at Kalyani within few days, and this time we will try with full frame. We use a tripod also to take pictures of together. And even in low light if you use a tripod, you can even use 1/25 shutter speed. Though A6000 has no image stabilizer in its body, my latest model A7iii has five-axis image stabilizer in its body. So we can use even less shutter speed to take a portrait or nature, then we can also reduce ISO level for better image quality. There are a lot of images in my posts taken by full frame camera. Before that, check out some pictures of a Sony mirrorless. and I hope you will like these.
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Sourajit Saha And Rituparna Saha
Anyway, I use Instagram daily, kindly check my Instagram profile, the username is sourajitsaha17, here you will get all the images, captured by these cameras, smartphones and all. No more now. If you have any question related to this article, feel free to ask me here. Just do drop a comment below the box. And if you find this article share-worthy, then please share it with your friends via Facebook, Google Plus, Twitter, Linkedin, WhatsApp etc. Take care. Have a nice day. - Sourajit Saha