On May 14, my Day job gave me the task of covering a customer forum at Hoboken Terminal, in Hoboken New Jersey. The event was scheduled to last a few hours on a sunny, warm, spring afternoon. The goal was to capture the interactions of the staff and customers for corporate communications and social media.
Thanks to an interesting development, I am.now the proud owner of a Sony 24-240 FE lens. I wanted it because it fits with the type of camera work I do.…
In forging a photo, it’s important to have a functional tool that allows me to follow my vision. I don’t need the most expensive tool, I need the right one. This is something I’ve learned over the year’s and what I’ve kept in mind as I decided on what lenses to buy for my Sony cameras. It’s easy to go overboard and I gave myself goals based on the camera work I actually needed to do.
It was a quieter week, exploring the frontier, out here in the Tri-State Area.
The weekly grind was filled with consistent good spring weather and not much to complain about. It was nice to walk around without coats or light jackets and visit a coffee shop or two. Photography wise the week was also slower. Camera work was less in demand which allowed me to catch up one some writing.
Having favorite lens is comforting. When it’s used, you know what results you are going to get. This makes camera work more efficient. Having to give up a lens like that hurts…
While switching from Nikon to Sony, I thought I was going to have to give up a few of my favorite lenses. I tried to use them with a Metabones Nikon G to E-mount/NEX adapter, however. I never got all the results I wanted.