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May 26, 2013

SeaWorld in Florida – Sony Nex-6 and 55-210mm E-Mount Lens

Seaworld - Sony Nex-6 w/ sel55210 lens @130mm, f/5.6, 1/640sec, ISO 100

Here’s a bunch more Vacation photos, including SeaWorld theme park. Using my Nex-6 and the 55-210mm E-Mount lens for the task. I will include the camera settings for each photo as well if you need the settings.

SeaWorld was a lot of fun and had some killer attractions, but Layla did not enjoy the shows as much as we would have hoped. The music was so loud it made your ears resonate. I’m not sure why they crank it so loud? Cool birds were flying around though which made up for it.  In any event, the really loud stuff still scares Layla a bit, but I did manage to grab some shots here and there of the fun as did Michele and my Dad took a few pics. All real world type photography.

It’s been raining the past few days here in NY, so I figured I would try and get the rest of the Disney photos rounded up, edited and posted. I will get to posting some Nex-3n sample photos tomorrow and the next day as the weather is looking better, and the water should be flowing! I want to get some waterfall shots at some point, because the leases have filled in nicely and are brilliant green.

 

SeaWorld, Nex-6, 55-210mm E-mount Lens

Just so you know, I shot only in raw quality for all these photos and did some enhancements in Adobe Lightroom 4.  If you want to see how I enhance the Sony Nex-6  raw files using Lightroom 4, be sure to check out the Lightroom Tutorials Categories Here >> I also used Aperture Priority mode, Auto ISO, Auto WB, Area Focus, and average metering 95% of the time. I did use exposure comp a few times and shutter priority mode for a few high speed shots of the dolphin and coasters.

The parking lots are so large at these parks, I recommend taking a photo of the row your in every time you park! It’s easy to forget, and or get turned around, trust me.

Be sure to click on these photos for the ~1200px High res versions!!

Seaworld - Sony Nex-6 w/ sel55210 lens @ 55mm, f/4.5, 1/1250sec, ISO 100

Seaworld – Sony Nex-6 w/ sel55210 lens @ 55mm, f/4.5, 1/1250sec, ISO 100

Flamingos were all over at SeaWorld.

Seaworld - Sony Nex-6 w/ sel55210 lens @ 210mm, f/6.3, 1/400sec, ISO 100

Seaworld – Sony Nex-6 w/ sel55210 lens @ 210mm, f/6.3, 1/400sec, ISO 100

My Dad took this snapshot of Michele, Layla, and I, checking out the Dolphin Show in the beginning.

Seaworld - Sony Nex-6 w/ sel55210 lens @ 55mm, f/4.5, 1/100sec, ISO 250

Seaworld – Sony Nex-6 w/ sel55210 lens @ 55mm, f/4.5, 1/100sec, ISO 250

Some Dolphin Show Action shots.

Be sure to click on these photos for the ~1200px High res versions!!

Seaworld - Sony Nex-6 w/ sel55210 lens @150mm, f/5.6, 1/640sec, ISO 100

Seaworld – Sony Nex-6 w/ sel55210 lens @150mm, f/5.6, 1/640sec, ISO 100

Seaworld - Sony Nex-6 w/ sel55210 lens @210mm, f/6.3, 1/500sec, ISO 100

Seaworld – Sony Nex-6 w/ sel55210 lens @210mm, f/6.3, 1/500sec, ISO 100

Seaworld - Sony Nex-6 w/ sel55210 lens @55mm, f/4.5, 1/1000sec, ISO 100

Seaworld – Sony Nex-6 w/ sel55210 lens @55mm, f/4.5, 1/1000sec, ISO 100

Seaworld - Sony Nex-6 w/ sel55210 lens @55mm, f/4.5, 1/1000sec, ISO 100

Seaworld – Sony Nex-6 w/ sel55210 lens @55mm, f/4.5, 1/1000sec, ISO 100

Seaworld - Sony Nex-6 w/ sel55210 lens @130mm, f/5.6, 1/640sec, ISO 100

Seaworld – Sony Nex-6 w/ sel55210 lens @130mm, f/5.6, 1/640sec, ISO 100

The Killer Whales were fun to watch as well.

Seaworld - Sony Nex-6 w/ sel55210 lens @ 55mm, f/4.5, 1/100sec, ISO 100

Seaworld – Sony Nex-6 w/ sel55210 lens @ 55mm, f/4.5, 1/100sec, ISO 100

Seaworld - Sony Nex-6 w/ sel55210 lens @55mm, f/5.6, 1/1000sec, ISO 100

Seaworld – Sony Nex-6 w/ sel55210 lens @55mm, f/5.6, 1/1000sec, ISO 100

Seaworld - Sony Nex-6 w/ sel55210 lens @55mm, f/5.6, 1/1000sec, ISO 100

Seaworld – Sony Nex-6 w/ sel55210 lens @55mm, f/5.6, 1/1000sec, ISO 100

Layla got an awesome character drawing done by a very talented artist and nice gentleman I might add.

Seaworld - Sony Nex-6 w/ sel55210 lens @ 71mm, f/5, 1/160sec, ISO 100

Seaworld – Sony Nex-6 w/ sel55210 lens @ 71mm, f/5, 1/160sec, ISO 100

SeaWorld has a bunch of cool animals that are fun to photograph, as well as some scary looking coasters! My Dad is a hardcore and will go on anything pretty much, especially the large coasters. Below is the sign for one of the coasters called Manta.

Seaworld - Sony Nex-6 w/ sel55210 lens @ 82mm, f/5, 1/200sec, ISO 100

Seaworld – Sony Nex-6 w/ sel55210 lens @ 82mm, f/5, 1/200sec, ISO 100

I had to watch Layla, so clearly I could not participate in the scary activity of riding the huge coaster. Plus somebody had to take the photo?? 😉 Check out the 100% Crop to see my Dad and wife Michele in the front row!

Be sure to click on these photos for the ~1200px High res versions!!

Seaworld - Sony Nex-6 w/ sel55210 lens @ 55mm, f/4.5, 1/2500sec, ISO 400 - 100% Crop

Seaworld – Sony Nex-6 w/ sel55210 lens @ 55mm, f/4.5, 1/2500sec, ISO 400 – 100% Crop

Seaworld - Sony Nex-6 w/ sel55210 lens @ 55mm, f/4.5, 1/2500sec, ISO 400

Seaworld – Sony Nex-6 w/ sel55210 lens @ 55mm, f/4.5, 1/2500sec, ISO 400 – 100% Crop

A very nice garden waterfall scene.

Seaworld - Sony Nex-6 w/ sel55210 lens @ 59mm, f/4.5, 1/125sec, ISO 100

Seaworld – Sony Nex-6 w/ sel55210 lens @ 59mm, f/4.5, 1/125sec, ISO 100

More smiling fish 🙂

Seaworld - Sony Nex-6 w/ sel55210 lens @111mm, f/5.6, 1/200sec, ISO 125

Seaworld – Sony Nex-6 w/ sel55210 lens @111mm, f/5.6, 1/200sec, ISO 125

Spotted a family of ducks crossing.

Seaworld - Sony Nex-6 w/ sel55210 lens @ 198mm, f/6.3, 1/320sec, ISO 100

Seaworld – Sony Nex-6 w/ sel55210 lens @ 198mm, f/6.3, 1/320sec, ISO 100

I did go on the smaller coaster Second Row), as Layla needed a partner 🙂 Michele took this photo.

Seaworld - Sony Nex-6 w/ sel55210 lens @ 59mm, f/4.5, 1/800sec, ISO 100

Seaworld – Sony Nex-6 w/ sel55210 lens @ 59mm, f/4.5, 1/800sec, ISO 100


 

Closing remarks

That is it for the SeaWorld photos, and have a great Memorial Day weekend everybody 🙂 Please feel free to ask questions if you have any, or comment if you like.

Thanks,

Jay


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6 Comments


  1. Keith Bown

    Fantastic Photo’s from Sea World the colours are so vibrant I too have the Sony Nex 6 its a fantastic piece of kit I have mine with me all the time.

    Keith Bown UK.


  2. Sandy

    Hi! Great shots and beautiful color! I was wondering, when you are walking around at amusement parks what
    mode do you shoot in? Thanks.


    • Jay

      Hi Sandy and thanks for the comments on the photos!

      I almost always use Aperture priority mode, auto ISO, Auto Metering, and Raw image quality. The past few days I have been shooting in Superior Intelligent Auto Mode using the Sony Nex-3n. It’s doing a pretty good job all. Most shots are coming out great strait off the camera.

      I prefer the control of developing the raw files myself, but the convenience and quality of the Jpeg’s is pretty darn good. Color and sharpness pops nicely 🙂

      Jay


  3. Nice set Jay! I need to pick up a zoom here soon. I’ll be checking your reviews out.
    Thanks!
    Mike



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