Oh wow, where do I begin?! It’s been so long since I last managed to find the ‘Pages’ tab located at the bottom of my laptop screen and actually begin to type. The last three weeks or so have been an absolute whirlwind – to put things into perspective, I’m currently sat writing this from our new humble abode situated slap bang in the middle of the Australian Bush in Queensland surrounded by dry grass, clear blue skies and hundreds of cattle and goats – oh, and thousands of Kangaroos to boot. So I guess you’re thinking I’m still here… Honestly, I have no idea when I began writing this post. I’m guessing it’ll be late April time as I seemed pretty happy and settled with the few words I wrote above (note I wrote “humble abode”). In order to summarise everything, it’s now July 1st and I’m sat writing this from another new room, this time on a dairy farm in South Australia, around two and a half hours away from the state capital – Adelaide. So I guess I have an awful lot of catching up to do and so many more stories to tell.
Last week I wrote a blog about “The Best DSLR Camera, that isn’t a DSLR” all about my new favourite camera, the Sony Alpha 6000.
If you are anything like me and definitely still an amateur photographer still learning, and have had no experience with an expensive camera before, then I couldn’t recommend the Sony a6000 enough.
I needed a camera to help with my passion for everything photography related, including blog posts. If you know all about your cameras, then this review isn’t what you are looking for. But if you are an amateur photographer looking for the perfect camera or are just getting started out, this is a review by an amateur photographer still learning about photography herself.