Tag: Sony cameras

  1. traveltipsbanner1 7 tips for travel photography with your kids by Kathleen 05/06/2013

    With Mother’s Day right around the corner, Sony Artisan of Imagery (and mother of two) Me Ra Koh was kind enough to share her tips on how to take your travel photography to the next level, especially when the kiddos are involved. If you haven’t figured out what to get your mom yet, might be […]

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  2. 8-Hours-Blog-560x257 Free Gift with Purchase of any NEX or Alpha at Sony Stores by Jen 12/11/2012

    This holiday seasonSony loves to give. That’s why Sony Stores (excludes online) are offering a special free gift when you buy a Sony NEX or Alpha camera*. This gift is an oversized photobook Eight Hours/Taylor Swift, filled with photos of the talented Taylor Swift. Captured with Sony cameras by renowned photographer Nigel Barker, Taylor shows off […]

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  3. Translucent Mirror Technology vs. Mirror Technology: Andy Katz weighs in by Kathleen 12/05/2012

    If you’ve ever seen Sony Artisan Andy Katz’s photography, it’s obvious that the man knows his stuff. So we were pretty stoked when Andy agreed to sit down with us and answer photography questions from our digital community. In this short video, he discusses the pros of Translucent Mirror Technology featured in Sony Alpha cameras. […]

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  4. Six Super Simple Underwater Photography Tips by Team Sony 08/23/2012

    One of the things I’ve seen all over the place this summer are photos taken underwater.  They look amazing, but if you’re anything like me (who can barely see underwater) the thought of submerged photography can seem a little intimidating. Fear not – Sony Artisan of Imagery, Me Ra Koh, shares some underwater shooting tips […]

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  5. Artisan of Imagery Me Ra Koh: Mother's Day photo tips by Me Ra Koh 05/02/2012

    I LOVE Mother’s Day because it’s the perfect excuse for asking the kids and your husband to help with a special photo. Sometimes I’m in the photo and my husband is working with me to capture a story I have in mind, and sometimes it’s a photo I take of the kids. Whichever direction you […]

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