Creating art can be an incredibly liberating experience because it has the potential to be anything we want it to be. One night during my visit to Sydney, Australia last December, I decided to take a leisurely walk with my camera equipment and capture some footage.
For those who are interested in the technical side of things, I used a Sony A7RIII with HLG-3 and an Atomos Ninja v for the 422 color space, which ensured that the footage I captured had a bit more flexibility for color grading.
I also used ZEISS Loxia lenses, including the 2.8/21 and 2.4/85, which were designed specifically for Sony α7 cameras. These lenses allowed me to achieve stunning image quality across the entire image field of a full-frame sensor and provided manual focus and DeClick features for smooth aperture adjustment.
Walking around the city with my camera gear was a fun and relaxing experience. It allowed me to explore and appreciate the unique architecture and landscapes of Sydney, capturing their beauty on camera. I was able to create art in my way, at my own pace, and in my style.
All in all, my night walk in Sydney was a fulfilling experience that reminded me of the beauty of art and the creative freedom it offers. It was a chance to slow down and appreciate the world around me, capturing it in a way that was personal and unique to me.