Monthly Archives: September 2013

5 years birthday, courtesy of NEX 7

Sept 28th, Marla turns 5 Kids’ birthday parties are all the rage in our neighborhood. A bunch of indoor play halls with loads of inflatable structures and other kiddy games have opened these past few years around here, and they … Continue reading

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The mighty Sony 50 1.4

via LA-EA2 adapter on NEX7 I know the SEL50/1.8 OSS is a very well reputed lens for the NEX system. I did briefly own it myself, and I can only testify it delivers excellent IQ. However, my copy went presto … Continue reading

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Honing skills (and some thoughts on the Sony 50 1.4)

Our daughter’s riding coach, and friend. Luck had it that I got my Sony 50 1.4 delivered in time to take to the stables yesterday. Just in time for the kids’ weekly lesson (Marla actually does get to go twice … Continue reading

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The most exciting photographing moment. Ever.

Today I got to shoot again the lovely blong teenage (hardly, she actually is… 12, as mind boggling as it seems) girl you saw a couple of posts ago. Yes, this beauty. Emilie and I had just met and not … Continue reading

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Fall is on the way. Get ready to get bored

This morning I took advantage of the glorious weather to go out for a run. I try to do so three times a week but sometimes the weather truly interferes. Today was just gorgeous, blue skies, perfect temperature (bordering on … Continue reading

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Flash haters

Available light sure is fine Lots of hobbyists will tell you how much better natural light is, how horrible flash is, how “impure”. That’s just a bunch of crap. The truth is that most available light fanatics are just plain … Continue reading

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…. but sometimes it’s the lens

Yeah, it may not be the camera indeed, but lenses do play a huge role in our photographic success (of failure, for that matter). I took my kid, my dog, and the Sony 50 1.8 DT horseriding today In my … Continue reading

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