It has taken a while for me to get some of my older photos onto my website. But here are photos taken when we went to Rome. Infrared images taken with the Sony NEX-3, and visible-light images taken with the Canon 7D. Owing to the small size and lightweight of the Sony NEX-3, carrying two cameras was not a problem at all (even with a camera as big as the Canon 7D. Continue reading Rome Trip
Waddesdon Manor in Buckinghamshire is a chateaux built by Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild in 1874. It is a National Trust site, with large gardens, an aviary, many walks, play areas for children of different age groups, the main house and also a wine cellar to visit. We have visited this on quite a few occasions, and have found it relaxing and enjoyable, to walk and explore.
Here are photos of the grounds and also the wine cellar. Continue reading Waddesdon Manor
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 have been an early follower of the Sony E-mount system, having bought and used the NEX-3, NEX-5, NEX-5N, NEX-7, NEX-6 and now the A7R and A6000 – I have noticed a gradual improvement with each new generation of E-mount camera in terms of usability and functionality.
The Sony NEX-3 was the first camera I modded to full-spectrum by removing the internal cut filter (ICF). It proved useful for UV and infrared imaging, as the native lenses retained the ability to infinity focus. Continue reading Sony NEX-3 Infrared