I thought I would put into this post the chronology and the 7 phases of my experience with the Sony E-mount cameras over the last few years, as well as a summary of what Sony have achieved with the E-mount system and what they still need to do. I have also included my own thoughts about each camera. Continue reading Sony E-mount system – my journey so far
I was in the park today shooting the flowers in UV and Insect-D-sight, but had also brought along my Sony A6000 and FE 70-200/4 OSS lens.
Hence I decided to try a few of the picture effects available through the Picture Effect+ App, which is free to download via the Playmemories App. There are a total of 13 effects: Partial colour, HC B+W, Soft focus, HDR Painting, Rich B+W, Miniature+, Watercolor, Illustration, Toy camera+, Pop colour, Posterization, Retro photo and Soft High-Key+.
I have a daughter who loves attracting birds into our back garden. She has even used her own pocket money to buy bird food for this. Her mum bought her a bird feeder for her birthday this year, and this is kept stocked up with food for the birds. Continue reading Sony A6000 remote control app
These are images of our Yorkshire terrier dog, Rosie.
We went to Tintagel in North Cornwall, the birthplace of King Arthur to visit Tintagel Castle. Continue reading Tintagel
I have always wanted to shoot bird-in-flight, but never been successful, even with the Canon 7D and Sony A77. With the purchase of the Sony A6000, I wondered if this now be possible especially with the Sony FE 70-200/4 which has pretty fast autofocus. Continue reading Sony A6000 AF-C
I recently returned from a trip to Perran Sands Caravan Park in Cornwall. For the trip, I packed the Sony A7R and Sony A6000, and three lenses (Sony FE 24-70/4 OSS, Sony FE 70-200/4 OSS and Sony 85/1.4 Zeiss with LA-EA4). Continue reading Perran Sands Cornwall