Hi, thanks for this article. Interesting read. I have been to Agra and here’s my capture of the Agra. http://www.flickr.com/photos/53703026@N03/6441049279/Also photographing the people, culture and food is also an integral part of travel photography. I suggest you share some tips on those as well. Here’s a good example of what Indian food can look like http://www.flickr.com/groups/sonyindiaalpha/discuss/72157629939513013/
The specs looks promising. This looks like a very good bridge-camera, fulfilling your needs of high end camera while still keeping the simplicity of use intact.Thanks for the review. I checked on sony india website, they say it will be available in May end. One thing that will be on my 'must-buy' list.
precise..... share it in food photography thread at http://www.flickr.com/groups/sonyindiaalpha/discuss/72157629939513013/this is only for sony owners and you will get many more likes and share for your picture
thanks guys, useful article. I am new to professional photography this article will help me a lot. Just in case Alpha users want to show off thei food pics, they can do it at http://www.flickr.com/groups/sonyindiaalpha/discuss/72157629939513013/I keep participating in this group acitvity and keep getting good feedback for my pix.