You are backing up your images right? We spend so much time, effort and resources in our quest to make great images, yet so many don't have a good image backup strategy.
In this episode of the AlphaMirrorless Podcast Juan and Andy interview Jefferson Graham Tech columnist with USA TODAY and photographer.
Every so often we dedicate a show to answering your questions, and this is such a show. We get so many questions from all of you and we try to answer all of them, sometimes we may reply to you directly, sometimes we may just air your question on the show, and other times we may both! In any case we'd love to hear from you and try to answer your questions as they relate to the Sony Alpha mirrorless camera system or on photography in general.
We have had so many listeners ask us about using flash units with the Sony Alpha system so we went out and found someone who relies on flash photography with the Sony Alpha system for a living who could talk more authoritatively about using flash units with the Sony Alpha system.
In this episode, Juan and Andy interview Gary Arndt, who in March 2007 sold his house and has been traveling around the world ever since. Since he started traveling he has visited all 7 continents, over 175 countries and territories around the world, all 50 states and every US territory, every Canadian province, every Australian state and territory, over 125 US National Park Service sites and over 300 UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Yes, the Sony Alpha Mirrorless cameras have downloadable apps that can greatly enhance your shooting experience. As of the publishing date of this podcast there are a few dozen apps available that can help you create time lapses, star trails, light painting and much more.
On this episode of the AlphaMirrorless podcast, Juan interviews Sony Artisan of Imagery, celebrity and sports photographer, prolific Sony system blogger and all around great guy, Brian Smith. Also Juan and Andy answer a listener question on our INBOX segment, plus as always we share our wish and pick of the week.
On this episode of the AlphaMirrorless podcast, Juan and Andy discuss shooting wildlife with the Alpha Mirrorless cameras. One of the biggest concerns people have about mirrorless cameras in general, including the Sony cameras is how ready they are for wildlife photography. We can definitively say that these cameras are more than capable.
In this episode of the AlphaMirrorless podcast Juan and Andy spend the entire episode, and a long episode at that, to answering a bunch of the questions you have submitted. But by all means don't stop sending us questions. We love answering them and helping fellow AlphaMirrorless shooters. Some of your questions we may answer during the INBOX section of the podcast, some we may save to answer on another upcoming episode dedicated to answering your questions.
Photography has gone through so many changes in its relatively short history and each of those changes seems to bring with it fear, uncertainty and doubt. This has happened with the introduction of color to a previously B&W world of photography, it happened when the SLR was introduced, once again when digital started to become a viable option, and lately it seems we are going through the same pains with Mirrorless.
One of the prominent features of the Alpha Mirrorless systems is how customizable they are, and how many different options are available. However the sheer number of settings and options can be daunting.
Alpha Mirrorless 05: A6300, What's New and First Impressions The newly released Sony Alpha A6300 is making its way to customers hands, and it brings a bunch of improved and new features. In this episode ...
A healthy camera system is only as good as the lenses and accessories available, and luckily for us there is no shortage of accessories for the Sony Alpha mirrorless system.
We have all heard the saying "you are always better off spending good money on lenses than on camera bodies". Yet there is such a variety of options when it comes to lenses for the Alpha mirrorless system that it can get confusing and a little intimidating.
No more articles