Working With the Sony 20mm f/2.8 E

Its small, black, fast 20mm and ready for travel. The Sony E 20mm f/2.8 Lens has quickly become one of my favorite lenses, here’s why.

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Something I always wanted in my kit, was an autofocus pancake lens. So, a few weeks ago, I finally decided to get the Sony 20mm f2.8 from Mack camera. I always like to keep a small, inexpensive wide angle lens in my kit for photo wandering and this was almost the smallest. I use the Sony 20mm mainly with my Sony A6300 but I can use it on my A7 and A7III in crop mode as well. (more…)

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#WeeklyGrindThingie: Ended Up Pouring One Out

Well, it was a busy week that ended somberly, exploring the frontier, out here in New Jersey.


It was still spring and the weather was mostly nice. There were cloud and first, and then it mellowed out. It was nothing much to complain about.


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Early Days With the #SonyA7III

There is one thing about the full-frame Sony Alpha series, it always reminds me of a Porche.

My Default Sony A7II Setup Sony 35mm F2.8 with Circular Polarizer and a Nitz Strap

When you look at all the current Full Frame Sony Alpha bodies, the Sony A9, A7rIII, A7III, they all look extremely similar just like Porches. However, they all have slightly different bits under the hood that a give them varying abilities and cost. The basic model out of all these cameras is the Sony A7III it is now my primary camera. (more…)

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#WeeklyGrindThingie: It was a bit slow.

It was a caffeinated quiet week, exploring the frontier, out here on the edge of New Jersey. The week started off nice enough, warm and sunny but eventually devolved into a wet mess. It basically slowed down my photography a bit, but not by much. 


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Lens Goals for My Sony Switch

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.


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