Who Are You?
My name is Aaron Bieber (no relation to Justin, seriously). Aside from being a part-time traveling fine art photographer, I do a bit of freelance, and I also build websites (for a living). My colleague Chris Blake and I travel and teach photography workshops and I’ve been writing about photography on this blog for several years.
Some people are obsessed with technical details.
My first DSLR was a Canon EOS-10D, which I later upgraded to the EOS-5D. Eventually I took the plunge into pro gear and moved to the EOS-1Ds Mark III, which was the most money I’ve ever spent on a camera body.
After a few years shooting the 1Ds Mark III, I got really tired of carrying it around, so I sold it, and all of my Canon lenses, and switched to the Sony Alpha NEX-7.
I shot the NEX-7 for a few years again until my impatience with Sony to create a proper successor to that model overcame me and I once again took the plunge into the Sony Alpha a7 II, which is the full-frame mirrorless model.
Aside from its weight, I liked it a lot and so I shot it exclusively for a few years until I was offered an opportunity to buy a friend’s very lightly used Sony Alpha a7R III, which I did, and which is now my main camera.