My Sony lenses and a lesson in tethering...

I had to drag my old Canon 30D out of the archives today, I had to do some work for a client (Tamron Aus) who only had EF mount lenses to go, so I spent the day using the old beast, and while it has many happy memories, it made me realise exactly why I love my Sony cameras and lenses... Connectivity, flexibility, size and weight to a point.. Anyways, I thought I'd share my lens lineup for those of you here on this bloggin' journey...

Oh, and there's no "lesson in tethering" that was for me! It was the first time I used CaptureOne Pro 10 to tether and DAMN it's easy... "plug.. plug.. oh, a Sony a7rmk2, sure.. click done" - SO good. More on this soon. #MyCaptureOneJourney

On with the lens-fest

Inexorably lit by the Aputure COB 120D with a 7" Grid on't front.. 

Sony FE 16 - 35mm f/4.0

Sony FE 35mm f/1.4 ZA

Sony E 50mm f/1.8 APS-C

Sony FE 55mm f/1.8

Sony FE 90mm f/2.8 Macro

Sony FE 70-200mm f/4.0

That's my quiver of lenses, they do pretty much all I need right now. I find myself most typically wandering about with the 35 1.4 or the 55 1.8 on the Sony a7RMk2 or the 50 or 55 on the Sony a6500, it's a crop camera, so they're about 80mmish... 

So, tomorrow we'll have a look at these lenses individually, so if lenses really bore the whatsit out of you... Maybe go wash the car instead? We shall look at what photos these are good at taking (As long as the person holding the camera knows what to do)


Fin and I went for a wander today, here's a photograph of him in his favourite hiding spot, which also reminds me of 'A Clockwork Orange' ...he just needs a crazy looking knife. 

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