Langley, light industrial walk

If the best camera is the one you have with you then the best subject is the one that’s around you.  I went for a lunch time walk around where I was working and took some images as I went. 

3 Responses to “Langley, light industrial walk”

  • Nikhil Ramkarran Says:

    I haven’t taken a walk during lunch in a long time. I think I used up many of the easy opportunities last year when I was going my photo a day project, but, of course, it is when you have to work at it that you can get the most fulfilling photos.

    I must say, you certainly make the area you work look very interesting. You colour photos are always interesting but I do love your black & white work best.

  • dave Says:

    that sony seems like a great little camera, i almost bought one of them a few years ago when they first came out, did you get yours new or second hand? would you recommend it for a walk around? course you have to know how to take photos too 🙂 which you do.

  • Wallace Says:

    I bought mine new, when all DSLR’s cost $1600+ ( I wanted the Minolta 7d) and I couldn’t justify that. I think that sensor technology has moved far beyond what you get with this camera and the processing of RAW files is ridiculously slow. The lens starts at 34mm equivelent so isn’t that wide again by todays standards but does go to 136 on the long end. On the plus side it can do IR photography with the right filter and adapter, has every manual control you might want and a larger sensor like todays advanced compacts. Compared against something like the LX5 or Olympus XZ-1 I would save the money and use it for a new model.

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