It was good to see you enjoying Floral Friday last week with my mum’s garden, so I thought I would show it again. This time it was just after the rain.
Winter is a hard time for macro photography so I thought it might be nice take a look at some photos I took of Mum’s garden for Floral Friday.
Taking photos with a telephoto lens usually means compromises. They are often too heavy to just hand hold and you have to use a monopod or tripod. They can come with a very expensive price tag which makes them out of the range of most people. Tamron have come up with a compromise.
My time is almost up with the Tamron 150-600mm G2 lens. I have really enjoyed having it and seeing what I could do with it. For one last time with it I took it to a new place today with lots of birds. Bird photography is perfect for this lens.
Had to give the Tamron 24-70mm G2 lens back and in place of it I was loaned the 150-600mm G2 lens to try out. The Melbourne Zoo seemed like a great place to try it out and see how it would go.