A short break to Germany and Switzerland. I took the a6500 and only one lens with me, the 18-105mm F4 G lens.
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You might recognise the famous castle Neuschwanstein, it’s probably one of the most photographed castles in the world. I grabbed this shot quickly from the car park, which was lucky as shortly afterwards it stared raining and didn’t let up till we left. Unfortunately it came out a little soft when zoomed in to 100 percent, I probably wasn’t holding the camera still enough as I know this camera/lens combo is pretty sharp when handled correctly.
All of these shots were handheld and taken on the fly. The focal range of the 18-105mm G lens is very versatile, allowing you to capture wide-angle shots or zoom right in for close ups. I’ve not actually used this lens a great deal since buying it, but I’m looking forward to testing it against the Sony 16-70mm F4 that I also own.
If you also love shooting landscapes with your Sony Alpha camera, then I’ve setup the Sony Alpha Landscape Shooters Group on Facebook where you can share your photos with fellow landscape shooters.