Tag: Alpha

  1. Happy Love Your Pet Day! by Reena 02/20/2012

    There are lots of random holidays that many of us probably wouldn’t know about if it wasn’t for social media. Some are silly like Talk like a Pirate Day, some are historical like Abraham Lincoln’s birthday, but one that is near and dear to my heart is Love Your Pet Day. I’m a big time […]

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  2. Sony Camera Club’s Winter Photo Challenge Favorites by Reena 02/15/2012

    Winter is often seen as cold and dreary but it can also be breathtakingly beautiful. The Sony Camera Club’s challenge was “Winter Light”, again keeping it open to interpretation. Whether it was holiday lights, icicles glistening in the sun or amazing sunsets over frigid waterways, winter led to some spectacular photos. Our members really captured […]

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  3. Catching up with the Sony® Camera Club by Reena 12/23/2011

    Things might be winding down for the holidays but the Sony Camera Club on Flickr is still shooting away. This week, we launched our mini photo challenge for December; winter light. We left the theme open to artist interpretation in order to inspire our photographers to be creative and so no one felt limited by […]

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  4. Just announced: Two new cameras with head turning design and technology by Team Sony 06/08/2011

    Since their introduction last year, the small, powerful NEX-3 and NEX-5 cameras and the groundbreaking Alpha Translucent Mirror Technology have taken the world by storm. We’ve heard over and over from both fans and industry affiliates that the size, style, quality and impactful technologies have won over a very competitive audience. Today, we’re proud to announce […]

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  5. Improve your pics with tips from Digital Days photography workshops by Team Sony 03/08/2011

    Did you know having two points of contact with your camera will minimize the chance of a blurry picture? What about one way to try and stop your shots from looking blown out is to dial down the exposure compensation? You’ve heard the phrase “knowledge is power”, right? I only recently became a DSLR user […]

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  6. Three Sony cameras to put on your wish list, but don’t just take my word for it… by Team Sony 12/07/2010

    It’s been a stellar year from Sony cameras as a flurry of awards and accolades have come our way. Just today, Popular Photography Magazine named the Sony® α55 Camera of the Year! That’s on the heels of TIME™ Magazine proclaiming the α55 one of the 50 best inventions of 2010, American Photo Editors giving both the NEX-5 camera and […]

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  7. Announcing this year’s Sony® / iD Tech Camps® photography contest winners by Team Sony 10/22/2010

    What happens when training, great tools and talented students come together? Brilliance! And the winning photos from this year’s Sony® / iD Tech Camps® photography contest prove it. That’s right, the images you see on this blog post were taken by teens and tweens, not pros, using the Sony® α (alpha) camera. Over a thousand […]

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  8. Reports from the show floor, Photokina 2010 by Mark Weir 09/22/2010

    If it’s late September in an even numbered year, it’s time for Photokina in Cologne Germany – the world’s largest imaging show.  Held every other year, Photokina is not only huge (it covers 8 separate exhibit halls) it’s also one of the longest running shows, dating back to the 1920s. I’m here to support Sony’s […]

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  9. Video demo of the newly announced Sony Alpha a55v by Team Sony 09/12/2010

    Last month we introduced you to three new models of Sony Alpha cameras and the latest in Sony interchangeable lens DSLR technology. Here is a closer look at one of the cameras, the 16.2 megapixel Sony Alpha a55V. It won’t be in stores until October but we wanted to give you a closer look at the features […]

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  10. Photo Tips & Tricks: Light Painting With A Digital Camera by Gina 03/22/2010

    If you’ve watched recent commercials or checked out “light painting” photos on Flickr, you may have come across a beauty of photos with neon looking designs; some even with spelled out words. That’s not the work of a fancy web designer. All you need is your camera, a tripod, some flashlights or glow sticks and […]

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