Friday, 28 August 2015

Queen Victoria Building, Sydney Australia

Exploring the city with a telephoto lens can give you interesting shot that you normally don't see everyday. Like this statutes on top on Queen Victoria Building. If you a photographer just use a telephoto lens for  a day and explore the city. The focal length of the lens will determine your shots and give you a new fresh pair of eyes.

This was shot with a fixed Sigma 60mm (120 full frame equivalent) lens that I bought for under $200 bucks and if you shot it at f5.6, you get the sharpest photos for the M43 system. The thing I enjoy about being a M43 shooter is the selection and weight of the lens. There are full frame pure digital camera out there like the Sony Alpha system but the lens are still large, especially the telephoto range. Some photographer bought the idea of full-frame cameras equal higher quality but that's not the true anymore. Technology has caught up and the image quality of smaller sensor is comparable to full frame. 

Most of the photos you see on my blog were shots with a M43 camera, and it's not even the latest and greatest of the system has to offer. So please do yourself a favour consider M43 system seriously and save some money and your back as well.