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A couple shots from Saturday night with the fellas from Pretty Archie. Still a few ONTARIO Dates left so catch them if you can!
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My first portrait photo using my Tamron SP 45mm F1.8 Di VC USD.
A light show a few hours ago in Port Colborne On.
These were capture in around 11 pm Feb 12 2022.
What are light pillars you may ask???
Here is a quick definition from the weather network.
Frozen crystals float on air currents, their faces act like tiny mirrors, each reflecting the light from any source directly below, and as there are millions of these crystals suspended in the air, the light from street lamps or signs gets stretched high into the sky as towering pillars of illumination."
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"Frost 'N' Flakes"
Another macro taken with Nikon D750 and Tamron 90mm 2.8 macro lens.
Looks best on a PC full screen.
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Testing out the 35mm F2.8 marco.
I was going through my photos from 2 weeks ago from my hike to the Cinnamon Island Viewpoint. I went out for sunrise and while the clouds were covering where the sun was rising, it still created a nice view.
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Southwest Sojourn - by Jenn Gidman
Images by Ken Hubbard
In May, Ken Hubbard embarked on his first extended adventure since the pandemic started, heading 2,500 miles from Long Island to the American Southwest. Along with Tamron colleague André Costantini, Ken visited Utah’s Zion National Park, the remote White Pocket sandstone formations at Vermillion Cliffs National Monument in Arizona, and Great Chamber, a giant sand dune tucked away under a cove in Utah’s Grand Staircase-Escalante region. “Traveling these days is definitely different than it used to be,” Ken says. “But it’s worth it for the reward that awaits—getting to experience and take pictures of these amazing locations again.”
The fall colors were in full display today. A view from a top of a hill ourside Yellowknife. Those clouds have really played havoc on the Aurora viewing for us lately. Sony Electronics Tamron Lenses USA Tamron Canada Northwest Territories Tourism Canadian Geographic Canadian Geographic Travel National Geographic National Geographic Travel
Hey Tamron... I haven't seen anything on doing astrophotography with your lenses. This is a bit upsetting so tonight I will go out and do some astrophotography on your Sony E mount F2.8 28-200mm lens to see how it does.
On another note, I love your lenses this photo was taken at ISO 100 F2.8 28mm on the 28-200mm I was only a few centimeters away from the flower which was on the small size.
~ Happiness ~
From one of my outdoor family shoots.
𝗙𝗼𝗹𝗹𝗼𝘄 𝗺𝗼𝗿𝗲 𝘂𝗽𝗱𝗮𝘁𝗲𝘀 𝗼𝗻-
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