Category Archives: Sony NEX-5

  My friend Gerry by the Crinan Canal. Taken with my Sony Nex 5 and the standard 18-55 lens.

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I’m really lucky to work in a beautiful setting like Argyll, and when a winter sunset like today’s happens I feel the urge to share it with you. These pictures were taken using my Manfrotto tripod and my Sony NEX 5.   This one is from Strachur, and was taken using my friend’s Olympus 135mm prime lens…

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  • Hank

    I like both. Over inverary a star, follow that star.

  • Petrea

    Fabulous Matthew…they are just gorgeous and they really capture a landscape of tranquility…what amazing colours!! Very Zen!

Today I was visiting Rhu near Helensburgh. I haven’t been there for a long time, but when I parked my car, my heart leaped; I took this beautiful hound’s picture with a Canon G10 compact a few years ago, and it has had 1100 hits on Flickr from Boxer enthusiasts I presume. Anyway, I was…

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I went on my motorbike today to visit my uncle John. John was always my favourite uncle and I love him immensely. It was great to see him today, we had a great afternoon talking bikes and cameras. He was tickled by my little Sony Nex5 and the old Olympus 28mm lens with adapter I…

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OK, I need your help again. Its round 2 of the Amateur Photographer of the Year competition. The results for round 1 (trees) were in Amateur Photographer magazine today and yours truly didn’t feature in the top 30 that they published. However undaunted I will press on optimistically. (I secretly have the ambition to get just…

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  • Julie

    2 or 13 for me, really like the simplistic ones. The art gallery pictures are beautiful but not as unusual as your abstract ones.

  • martin

    1 or 2. I would put in 2 as I think it fits the brief. Like Julie the Gallery shots are striking but only 4 and 11 fit the brief.

  • Anne

    My favourite is number 10 because of the animals and the aeroplane-in-a-builing! Best building on its own – number 1 – love the red, the big nuts and the church through the window…

  • Maggie Irving

    Number 1. Astonishing!!!

  • Richard

    I’m too late….again!

  • That’s a clever answer to a tricky quoseitn

  • You do have some odd things going on in your head, but only compared to the average American, so that is a good thing. However, no one ever polled me for that chart.[]