I recently purchased a brand new Sony Cyber-Shot H55 which features their new Sony “G” lens. I wanted a new camera for a road trip I took to the mid-west and I like that this camera has a sweep panorama mode.
Here are a couple panorama photos I took at the Lauritzen Botanical Gardens in Omaha, Nebraska:
On the way to Nebraska we passed through Utah, which has some of the most beautiful landscapes that I’ve ever seen. I was in awe. The mountains were so colorful. Although I loved the color pictures, for some reason I like the mountains in black and white mode much better:
All this photography has me thinking that I want to pursue this on a more professional level, which means that I will need a professional digital camera. I’ve always wanted one anyways, but still haven’t convinced myself into paying $2,000+ for a camera. However, then I thought that if I start selling my photos, the camera would pay for itself.
When I do buy a high-end camera, one option I have if I don’t want to dish out the money is to buy it used or refurbished. I could send it into a digital camera repair shop to get it fixed if needed. I found out about this online shop that specializes in camera repair. They fix just about every brand of camera including Canon camera repair.
Who knows, though. If I just apply the Law of Attraction and practice what I preach, perhaps that professional camera may just show up out of nowhere. It will be the right price and have all the features I want!