Do you remember back in December I was loaned the Tamron 18-300mm lens for the Fujifilm?
As I said previously there would be more from that trip away with the Tamron 18-300mm F/3.5-6.3 Di III-A VC VXD lens.
This is a quick post and I thought I would share another couple of photos from my trip to the 12 Apostles. I need to get processing on them, so, as I’ve said before, I will be sharing a lot more with you. I hope you don’t mind.
The recent trip to Port Campbell was meant as a way to get out again, but also to experiment with new gear. I did do that with the Tamron lens, and I got to really try out one of the bags, but I had hoped to do some timelapse photography using the new levelling base […]
I’m back from my trip to the Great Ocean Road, well really just around Port Campbell. I’m so glad we went when we did, especially as this new variant omicron, it was good to do it before it takes over here too.
Recently I was loaned the Tamron 18mm to 300mm lens for the Fujifilm camera. I was so excited because it is the first lens that Tamron has done for the mirrorless Fujifilm cameras.
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.