Sunday, September 14, 2008

A Test-run for the Sony DSC H50

A Good traveler has no fixed plans.
and is not intent on arriving.
Lao Tzu

That's about how it seemed on this day...when I was
just looking for subjects to try out my the new Sony H50.
A yellow cat always seems like a good subject along the side
of the road...and she was curious enough to oblige.
An Old Country Barn....

Aha! This was a good test... A Red Tail flying overhead

Scenic old bridge with lots of green around

I loved the reflection of the sky in the water at the dam

I tried my hand at macro

Capturing these ducks were paddling away

A little treasure who thinks he is hidden from me

Gotta be quick and inventive to get the Amish in their buggies

If you click you will see the toddler's bare feet hanging
out of the buggy's door

Not sure what this building was, but I like the way it looked
All I can say is "Holy Sheep"

There was a lot of them in these fields
These were 'utterly' hanging out

One lone Llama

Couldn't pass up a deer posing for me

Or a Killdeer in the grass

Groundhog on top of a hill
Not bad for a test run.....

To God Be the Glory ~~ Great Things He Hath Done


The Birdlady said...

Grade for you and the new Sony: A+!

Bird Girl said...

Gee...I kept thinking through this entire post that you had posted this before - haha - then I remembered I saw your test pics BEFORE you posted them - they are all just beautiful!!! Great test drive!

Shellmo said...

wonderful series of photos! Couldn't believe how many sheep there were!

Anna Simpson said...
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Anna Simpson said...

Well done with the Killdeer I have yet to see one. They can sometimes be seen where I live (UK) especially in Norfolk. A wonderful bird.
Your Groundhog photo is great, that's something else I would like to see, but I don't think I will here in the UK!
Llama are such wonderful animals, they always bring a tear to my eye. To me they seem almost mystical.

Leedra said...

Looks like you broke it in good this first time out. Like all the variety.

brucesc said...

Terrific testing of the new camera!! Nice to meet another Sony fan too. Looked to me like every photo was a success.
PS I think you'll find those 'udderly' sheep might actually be rams.....LOL.

jalynn01 said...

Thanks to everyone. The Sony H50 is a keeper after all. It has noise software built in and with the help of BG we were able to get it on the correct setting for the best pictures. And BruceSC: You are absolutely right about the sheep being Rams. Those large appendages are testicles and not udders.

Marsha said...

WOW, these are great shots! Congrats to you on the new camera but I have a feeling it's the photographer that captures the essence of these shots and not the camera. Great job!

kunal said...

Really cool pics i acquired a new DSC h50 by god grace after looking at your pics i think i made the right choice. I'm a total beginner. My question is what sort of setting work when we photgraph birds really up close?

Anonymous said...

Good shots and clarity. Seeing ur pics can u tell me how it is possibe to obtain the sharpness. I am not able to get this calarity with H50. Plese let me know your secret of fine tuning.

Ramesha JS

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