Tamron

23 Feb 19
Leya

The light is returning to the northern hemisphere, but we still have winter – – which means the opportunities are less for us who love photography – or? A great solution to the problem is close-ups or macro photography. Your own home is an endless source of motifs – and maybe a look into new […]

23 Feb 19
Mike's Camera Blog

Nick Kanakis uses the Tamron SP 150-600mm VC G2 lens to pique people’s interest in conservation through bird photography. By Jenn Gidman Images By Nick Kanakis Nick Kanakis has been a lifelong naturalist, starting when he was a boy and obsessed with insects and birds. Once he got to college, he took more of an […]

23 Feb 19
Steve Grundy Photography

Continuing with my tour of Madison, Georgia – this is one of the historic cottages just a couple of blocks off of Main Street.  Although it isn’t one of the antebellum homes that Madison is famous for, the historic home was built around 1911. It would have been great to see the inside.  The realtor’s […]

23 Feb 19
Death by Shyness?

Spring seems to have come very early this year. It could be a one off or the effects of global warming. However we still had snow as late as March last year so  you never know whats going to happen or if its all a global conspiracy. I wonder of all the alien races watching […]

23 Feb 19
Lenses and Filters

TAMRON AF 28-75mm F2.8 XR Di A09Nii For NIKON F mount Exc++ From JAPAN #157 – Buy – TAMRON AF 28-75mm F2.8 XR Di A09Nii For NIKON F mount Exc++ From JAPAN #157

23 Feb 19
Lenses and Filters

TAMRON AF 28-75mm F2.8 XR Di A09Nii For NIKON F mount Excellent From JAPAN #121 – Buy – TAMRON AF 28-75mm F2.8 XR Di A09Nii For NIKON F mount Excellent From JAPAN #121

23 Feb 19
SJ Botha photography

Camera: Nikon D5300 Lens: Tamron 90mm macro Off camera flash was used. Tripod was used Fstop: f8 Exp: 1/200s ISO: 100

23 Feb 19
Don Urban

Nothing warms the heart like a hot crumble with lashings of coconut ice cream. This rhubarb and apple crumble does the trick superbly.

23 Feb 19
Finding The Sacred Through A Macro Lens

The longer I work on this shot the more I like it and the less I know why. A potted plant in our laundry room. Back/side lit by the sun. I’m not sure if the mosquito screen or the plant is the focal point.. As Always, shot somewhere in the Philippines. Sony Alpha a68 ~ […]

22 Feb 19
Photofocus

In this episode: I had a chance to interview Photojournalist, Educator, and Author Rick Friedman. Rick talks about his experience with Tamron lens and his lens choice from his recent overseas assignments.

22 Feb 19
Helios

TAMRON SP AF 90mm F2.8 MACRO 172E for minolta/sony [Exc+++] w/Hood Japan [3797] – Buy – TAMRON SP AF 90mm F2.8 MACRO 172E for minolta/sony [Exc+++] w/Hood Japan [3797]

22 Feb 19
Steve Grundy Photography

Well, eventhough I was looking for more off-the-beat homes in Madison, I couldn’t pass up some of the more famous ones.  The Jessup-Atkinson House, built in 1820, is one of the stately antebellum homes on Madison’s Main Street.  It is certainly a fantastic example of a southern mansion of the day.  I love the wrap-around […]

22 Feb 19
AMAGA Blog

I’ve been thinking about cold recently. As with all things, cold is relative. The landscape above shows Fox Glacier on the South Island of New Zealand. That’s cold. Here in the San Francisco Bay Area, the mid-40s in the daytime is cold for most of us. But I do know cold: I grew up in […]

22 Feb 19
Finding The Sacred Through A Macro Lens

This is one of two shots I am starting today. Side/back lit this image has a lot of potential. So much potential that it will take a day or two to get this image to where it should be.

As always, shot in our garden / temple somewhere in the Philippines.

Sony Alpha a68 ~ Tamron 90mm 272E Macro Lens ~ ISO 100 ~ 1/125s. ~ F/16 ~ Natural Light ~ Capture 1 Sony Pro v12.2