Meta’s Best Digital Photography Tips For Beginners Plus Digital Photography Reviews
Western North Carolina Nature Photographer Meta Gatschenberger Presents Her Best Digital Photography Tips For Beginners Plus Digital Photography Reviews.
Whether you’re a Beginner Nature Photographer experimenting with Faster Shutter Speeds for Hummingbird Photography, or you’re trying out different Apertures for a Wider Depth of Field in Macro Photography, Nature Photography takes Knowledge, Patience, Persistence and Creativity to successfully Photograph the Natural Beauty of the Great Outdoors!
Nature Photographer Meta Gatschenberger considers North Carolina Nature Photography an Art Form with its own unique set of Physical Challenges.
“I’ll shoot Cougars and Bears, but I don’t shoot Weddings or Portraits!”
Western North Carolina Nature Photographer Meta Gatschenberger Reviews Her Best Digital Photography Gear For Beginners, which are based on her Personal Ownership, Years of Digital Photographer Experience and Extensive Remote Field Testing on the Remote Hiking Trails of the Blue Ridge Mountains and Blue Ridge Parkway in Southern Virginia and North Carolina.
Many Digital Photographers don’t know that Minolta AF Lenses, originally designed for Minolta AF 35mm SLR Full Frame Film Cameras, will Mount and Auto Focus on today’s Sony Digital Cameras; Sony A-Mount Cameras and Sony E-Mount Cameras (With New Sony LA-EA5 A-Mount Adapter). For Digital Photographers, this is a huge cost saving advantage over buying brand new Sony Lenses!
Meta Reviews Her Best Minolta Lenses
There were nearly 17 Million Minolta AF Lenses manufactured in Japan by Minolta Company Limited, between 1985 and 2006, making these Minolta AF Lenses very easy to find in “Mint” or “Like New Condition” for about 10% of the Cost of a Brand New Sony Lens (Average Price Paid: $65 vs. $650). Meta Reviews her Best Minolta AF Lenses, made of heavy metal, manufactured in Japan, from 1985–1993.