A few from the Alpha
Heres a few shots from the Sony Alpha DSLR taken recently...................
DN having some pool fun...................
DS and DN...................
Not a happy bunny....................
Nice shots, steery1; keep 'em coming. The Alpha looks like a really capable camera!
Nice pics of the children, you really capture an afternoon of fun and sun.
I'm a newbie so may not know what i'm talking about? Did you photoshop the bouncing photos? because to my untrained eyes, they appear to be photoshoped. But I also know that Sony has in-camera IS, so maybe that's from the IS, which I have no experience.
Photo sharing: Sony Alpha
These are some of the first pictures from my new Sony Alpha, I would like to see others also:
My neighbor's Peony bloomed for the first time... Ever, just so I could get this shot:
During my recent work trip to Tucson, AZ I visited Trail Dust Town:
We are going to Disney World in a few weeks where I hope to get some good shots to share, maybe even some fireworks.
I think those are great pictures! :thumbsup2 Of course, you are my husband and I think that everything you do is great, especially giving me our upcoming trip to WDW/Polynesian concierge as an anniversary present! :laughing:
But seriously, I'm really happy to see how much you've been enjoying your new camera and all the research you've been doing. The picture that you took of our neighbor's lone peony flower is great, and I know you'd barely had the camera out of the package when you were asked to take that photo. :3dglasses
I know you'll get some excellent shots on our WDW trip. As you know, I've never been able to get even a decent shot of the fireworks from our balcony, let alone a good one! So now I'm looking to you to get us some great fireworks-over-the-castle shots for my website! Not to say that the pressure is on or anything.... lol
Here are a few more pictures taken at a local park today while trying out a new polarizing filter:
Caught this bee in the act:
Here are some pictures of our recent stay at the Polynesian Resort. This was our first trip with the new camera.
This is the Hawaii building where we stayed on the third floor (Cropped top and bottom and Resized only):
The flowers are everywhere on the grounds (Resized only):
And, they come in all different colors (Resized only):
The lightning arrestors look cool (Resized only):
A casual castle shot for reference (Resized only):
And here is a bird we do not see every day in New England (Resized only):
This popcorn cart caught my eye as we left the Magic Kingdom (Resized only):
My wife and I won a Tiki drummer at an event we attended in VIP Lounge at the living seas pavillion, here is a picture of it in the Tiki room (Resized only):
The Polynesian resort has so many eye catching views (Resized only):
Another view at the Polynesian Resort (Resized only):
The Contemporary Resort as viewed from the resort launch (Resized only):
A view from the airplane as we flew over Florida (Resized only):
Nice shots. One of the things I've always read about the Alpha is that it does colors very well. Your pictures certainly reflect that. Nice job.
Also, in post #3, the little stone building that you photographed. Where is that? It looks familar, but I can't place it.
The stone building is in a small park in the center of West Bridgewater, MA. We've lived in this town for over 10 years and that was the first time we actually took a walk through the park.
It might only be us two to fly the flag for the Alpha, but heres some of my favourites from our July trip to Orlando..............................
Animal Kingdom rain
Animal Kingdom Lodge lobby
Wishes - f6.3, 1.6 sec, ISO 2OO
Wishes - f6.3, 1/10 sec, ISO 200
Disney MGM Studios
The Animal Kingdom Lodge in B&W really shows the details they put into it.
I'll have to check it out one of these days.
One plaque on a HUGE flat stone reads:
The land of this park was bought in 1649 from the Massasoit Indians by Myles Standish and others as part of the Bridgewater Purchase and allotted to John Ames as original shareholder and settler.
And here before the Revolutionary War the fourth inheritor Captain John Ames began the manufacture of shovels with a triple-hammer set on this stone.
The entire park is an historic site and you can see where the dwellings and other buildings used to stand, as well as waterways, ovens built into stone walls, etc. VERY neat! :)
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