As a photographer, getting the right gear is very important and not always easy. I have literally tried many different lenses to see which ones I like best. After doing tons of research, I decided to purchase the Sony 85 1.8 vs. the Sony 85 1.4 GM. Yes, the 85 1.8 might be a little slower, but the over-all performance competes very well next to the 85 1.4 and not to mention, MUCH cheaper. I am a satisfied customer.
I had the opportunity to shoot Kian’s first birthday. It was a beautiful party filled with many people. I was able to capture some special moments such as, face painting, kids playing, Kiana with her family, and so much more. For this shoot I used my Sony A73, Sony 50 1.4, and Sony 25mm. I edited the photos in Lightroom. (Click HERE to see all pics.)
I have been getting lots of questions lately about photography and things related to creating content. Because of that, I have made the decision to start answering some of the questions on video.
Friends: This is a video of me walking around Disneyland. It is not a review. It is simply the new Sony 35 1.8 paired with a Sony A73. I wanted you to see some basic video footage. (Sorry it is a bit shaky.)
This picture really chokes me up. Being a father means so much to me. What a moment!! (Photo Credit: Andrew Hoang)
I got my hands on the new Sony 35mm 1.8 (Thanks to my friends at OC Camera.) In this video, I go over some items that I feel are important for a photographer and videographer. This is not a "scientific" test, but I do my best to give you a decent overview.
I had a great time being a part of this video project. I did the filming and editing. The Worship team at Saddleback San Clemente wrote and directed it.
We had a wonderful day at the beach. It is hard to see, but the moon was HUGE that evening. Such a blessing!
I created this little video for everyone out there who is trying hard to achieve their dream. TRUST ME... I know it is not easy, but if you keep strong to your purpose, it will be well worth it. Don't give up!!