215/365(+1), a photo by Luca Rossini on Flickr.
Lens: Voigtlander color-skopar 35mm f2.5
Camera: NEX-7, ISO1600, f2.5, 1/13, raw
Another very long day, culminated with my new blog on mirrorless cameras, “Life Without a Mirror”, being featured on the homepage of sonyalpharumors. And thousands of clicks on the blog and on the new site as well, since now everything is integrated. Also the 365(+1) Days of NEX-7, you may have noticed, has been moved from blogger to my site. The “convergence of clicks” is a good thing, SEO speaking.
So, how did the new post get featured on sonyalpharumors? Well, I decided to start a space dedicated to mirrorless cameras because, since the experience with Sony and the NEX-6, I’m getting a lot of questions, and not only about the new camera. So I decided to gather my thoughts and information about this world into a new blog. I started with posting the “story behind the story of Alaska”, that is, to explain how I ended up in that adventure.
I’m also writing a sort of short-review of the NEX-6, trying to answer to all the most common (and some of the uncommon) questions I’m getting about it. I should publish it within the next hours. Then I will use the blog to cover topics such gears, techniques, and who knows what else 🙂
I hope you’ll enjoy Life Without a Mirror as much as you enjoyed 365(+1) Days of NEX-7, which still has a long way to go till day 366, anyway!
Oh, the pic, this is the construction site in our apartment building, it’s still active. My sister’s terrace faces it straight, and at night it gets dimly illuminated by the lights on in the few apartments already lived-in.