Sony Launches Artisans of Imagery Photographer Program

New York Yankees Hideki Matsui photographed by Brian Smith with Sony a700 and Sony 135/1.8 Zeiss lens

Sony Launches its Professional Photographer Program at the PhotoPlus Expo Tradeshow.

Based on synergies between their unique styles of photography and Sony’s line of Alpha cameras, Sony selected five professional photographers to be included in its first-ever professional photographer program: The Artisans of Imagery.

These professional photographers, Andy Katz, David McLain, Cristina Mittermeier, Brian Smith and Matthew Jordan Smith, have recently been using the Sony Alpha a900 cameras and Sony lenses.

By following their unique visions, each of the photographers created the images in a gallery that is on display at the PhotoPlus Expo in New York City’s Jacob Javits Convention Center from October 22-24, 2008.

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