I explore why a new photographer should study art before learning their camera. I share books that have helped me understand art and why it is so important that your images tell a story rather than just a pretty picture.
Tamron review....I have never been terribly interested in wildlife photography, quite frankly the price of the lenses required are out of this world, $10-13k for a lens? No thank you! When Tamron introduced a 150-600mm lens for just a hair over $1000 I knew I had to get my hands on it.
Ever since I switched to the Canon 6D I've been interested in the Canon 16-35mm f/2.8L II lens, it seemed like the perfect combination of all the factors I need in a super wide angle lens. I was looking for a lens that has a large aperture of f/2.8 for night photography, and accepts screw on filters for using nd filters for long exposures,