Is it really “crashing” a photo shoot when the person doing the crashing is more than welcome to stick around as much as they like? We’re not sure, but that was certainly the case in Nashville about a week ago when photographer Sarah Bailey had a Christmas family shoot hijacked by a very welcome guest.
Pop star Taylor Swift was jogging in Percy Warner park when she spotted the family and decided to drop in. Read more…
In a commercial released today, Swift demos the iSweep Panorama feature on the new Sony TX7 Cyber-shot. According to a Sony press release, the ads will air tonight on NBC, FOX and CW, likely targeting a younger, primarily female demographic — though as the commercial suggests, she’s got a pretty broad fan base.
The camera boasts a number of other noteworthy features including a Carl Zeiss lens, “Exmor R” CMOS censor, HD video, and a touch screen, but Sony says Taylor Swift fans can get extra excited over the limited edition version with the singer’s signature engraved onto the camera.
However, the camera comes at a steep price of $400, which is considerably pricey for point-and-shoots. That’s nearly the cost of six tickets to see Taylor Swift in concert.