27 January 2008

Tulip flame

Filed under: dSLR, flowers and plants, photography, Sony A100, tulip — Howard @ 12:49 pm

Tulip flame, originally uploaded by Howard.

Time to raise the bar. Most of the pictures on this blog have been taken with a Sony Ericsson cameraphone, the 3 megapixel K800i. This is a fun thing to use for point-and-shoot photography, but I miss the flexibility of my old film SLR (a Canon EOS). So I’ve bought a Sony A100 digital SLR, going cheap-ish at some stores with the imminent introduction of the A200 and offers image stabilisation, a decent optical zoom (18-70 rather than 55), dust removal, RAW files, bracketed exposures, etc. Lots to get my teeth into.

1 Comment »

  1. howard – you had fun taking these pictures with your new camera. excellent details and a warm colour. N

    Comment by ndb — 28 January 2008 @ 10:19 pm

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