I have some very thrilling news! I have been selected to be a Sony Artisan of Imagery!
I had the pleasure of meeting the director of the Sony Artisans of Imagery program, Kayla Lindquist, at Click Away this year. I told her how my photography has changed drastically since I switched to the the smaller and lighter Alpha system, including the Sony a7s. Back and neck problems had caused me to drop my daily shooing and finding this lightweight system with amazing ISO power was a dream come true. I am proud to share the message of Sony and thrilled to share my reviews and tips with this amazing line of cameras.
I have recently added several more Sony items and have been thrilled with the versatility. I love to make art pieces, but it is imperative to have high quality files from the start. Sony makes it possible for me to make old world beauty by giving me cutting edge technology. You can find my gear list at the end of this page.
Here are a few images that I have taken this year with the Sony a7s:
Sony a7s (staple, low light camera)
Sony a7r (high resolution for landscapes)
Sony a6000 (action/travel camera)
Sony rx100iii --husband camera :)
Sony qx100 (super fun partner for my iPhone
Sony Zeiss 16-35 Vario-Tessar FE f4 ZA OSS
Sony Zeiss 55mm 1.8 Sonnar T* FE ZA
Sony Zeiss 35mm f2.8 Sonnar T* FE ZA
Sony FE 70-200 f4 G OSS
Vintage Canon 50mm .95 "Dream Lens" w/ adapter
Lensbaby Collection Sony mount (Composer Pro and all optics)
Adobe CC for Photographers
Corel Painter 2015