Sony has announced two new additions to its Alpha APS-C series of mirrorless cameras with the launch of the Alpha 6600 (model ILCE-6600) and Alpha 6100 (model ILCE-6100). These new additions to the range integrate Sony’s advanced full-frame technologies into compact and lightweight bodies including leading-edge autofocus performance, superb image quality and the very latest video technologies. The new Alpha 6600 has been designed to address the needs of the most demanding photographers and videographers with its versatility making it suitable for multiple types of shooting scenarios and users. The Alpha 6100 is targeted at users who are looking to make the step-up to shooting with interchangeable lens cameras and wish to shoot high-quality photos and videos in a variety of different situations.
Sarah Caldwell has photographed a remarkable number of incredible buildings around the world. This has been possible as a result of her job as a Boeing 777 captain for Air New Zealand, which sees her traversing the world at any given date or time. Over the past few years Sarah has built an exceptional portfolio of architectural imagery, and recently her photographic skill in this sphere was recognised at the 2019 NZIPP Iris Awards when she won the Commercial category.
Sarah has always had an interest in architecture, and having an uncle who was an architect helped foster her awareness of well designed buildings and structures. But it was a creative workshop Sarah attended in the United States that really got her into architectural photography. “I went on holiday in the United States — Los Angeles and New York — and then on to a creative workshop in Maine. We had to share a portfolio and I showed both landscape work and some architecture from Los Angeles and New York. I was encouraged to explore architecture,” she explains.