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One year with Sony Alpha cameras and ZEISS E-mount lenses. Developing my own photographic eye in a in a scratch book manner. Hunting the stream of inspiration and sharing it through a popular blog platform.
This is what 'Days of Zeiss' is all about.





Toni Ahvenainen

Sony A7 & ZEISS Loxia 2/50 – f/4, 1/60sec, ISO800, raw Photograph by Toni Ahvenainen

Sony A7 & ZEISS Loxia 2/50 – f/4, 1/60sec, ISO800, raw
Photograph by Toni Ahvenainen

Now that the summer is gone it's autumn and time to work with other kind of pictures than the summer holiday images that I've shared in couple of previous months. Autumn brings darkness to the streets, especially at evenings when the sun begins to set earlier. For some time there will be colorful leafs on the streets, sunny days and beautiful blue hours, but eventually the darkness and it's unpenetrateable black mass will descent upon everything, and the bright summer months will just be a thing of the past. For some this might sound like a terrible situation for photography and in some ways it is, as the lack of light makes it harder to work with the camera, but for me this calls for 'the black frames' which have always been one of my favorite approach in my personal photography.

Coming of autumn makes me also aware of that the year and therefore my project also is slowly beginning to approach its end. While there are still many months left to shoot with my setup, I've certainly passed the middle point and these coming months will eventually mean an end to these days when I was free to work with my Sony/Zeiss setup. This also begs me to analyze my experiences with the Sony A7 and Zeiss lenses; what does it mean to use such a premium quality tools for my photography and what they have given me during the year. In short, now that the summer is gone, I'm going slowly to return to topics which deals with the different lens characteristics, finding the perfect setup and catalyzing inspiration. Be sure to follow!