I finally went for the SDW workshop for my Sony A6500 camera body. And yes, I finally know what is the AEL function on my camera body. It basically stands for Auto Exposure Lock which means to lock a exposure setting set by the camera for a particular point before you move it to another point. A pretty cool and clean feature which I see myself using it.
My last SDW workshop is for my Sony NEX-5R camera which is more than 4 years ago. I got my Sony NEX-5 on 5 June 2013 and my Sony A6500 on 18 August 2017. You get a free Basic fundamentals workshop when you buy a new camera from Sony. I think it is the same for Olympus and some other brands as well. I’m glad that I made the decision to go for Sony more than 4 years ago. Just look at how successful Sony has become when it comes to the mirrorless market! Luckily I chose the right brand and invested in the right mount for the lenses so now here I am, armed with the latest mirrorless and E Mount APS-C camera which performs better than some DSLRs in similar price range!
Hehe, I want to brush up my skills on composition and processing from now onwards. Time to put my investment into better use! Do follow me at @lihotography to see the nice photos I took using my camera. I hope to use it as a platform to track my progress too. And yes, Lihotography is going to be my brand name too.