I thought about running a comparison of the Sony E 1.8/50mm OSS and the Sony Sonnar T* FE 1.8/55mm ZA lenses mounted on my Sony A6000, but I ended up throwing some Canon stuff in my tests as well. So this comparison will have:
I have a camera showdown planned for March, when we go to Byron Bay to shoot the surfers. I want to put our Canon cameras and lenses against the Sony A6000. The idea is not to compare image quality or anything like that, but how they perform photographing sports at long distance.
One of the things we didn’t get to see in our trip to USA was a sunflower field. Back in Australia, Roberta found out that there are a few in Queensland. So we did a quick research and went for a drive to the Queensland countryside.
Note: the photos in this post will have a caption with the camera and settings used. The reason for that is I got myself a little Sony A6000 but also took my Canon 5D III (with the 85mm f1.2 only) and you can see the difference between the cameras and lenses. Soon enough I will have a post about that.
The North Shore of Oahu was the last part of our holidays. We added Hawaii to our trip so we could rest up in good weather before coming back to Brisbane’s summer, and also because we love to shoot the surf.
We left New York City to Fairbanks, Alaska. Our main reason to go there was to see the Northern Lights again. Unfortunately, it was snowing the whole time and the Aurora activity was not that strong, so no lights for us.