Pictures from Israel Are Up

this is my first big set with my Sony RX 100 II that i got for Christmas. i think they’re better than my old Olympus E-PM1 and certainly (even more) portable, which i enjoy. i think for sure it does better in low light, which you can see in the first picture below. more on flickr; pictures are straight out of the camera.

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Church of the Nativity (the Greek Orthodox Basilica of the Nativity)

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Old Jerusalem

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Western / Wailing Wall

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Dome of the Chain, Temple Mount

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Heading up to Mount Tabor, with the town of Daburiya at its base

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Abandoned structure on Mount Tabor

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Sea of Galilee in the morning hours

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Church of the Twelve Apostles (or Seven Apostles, depending on the source?!), Capernaum, Sea of Galilee

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Street Market, Jaffa, Tel Aviv

update

i just realized how close that one photo of the Sea of Galilee is to photos that i took on my phone. not bad for a phone camera (iphone 5s) vs. a $700 actual camera, though of course each has its place.

Straight from the camera

Straight from the phone

With auto-enhance on

With auto-enhance on

With a VSCOcam filter applied

With a VSCOcam filter applied

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