If you’re like most outdoor photographers, you’ve encountered landscape scenes you cannot access by walking. But a high quality telephoto lens like the Tamron 150-500MM DI III VC VXD gains you access to almost any photo op. In this free video lesson, Outdoor Photography Guide’s pro photographer Paul Thomson takes you into the heart of the English lakes district and demonstrates how to use the Tamron 150-500mm F5-6.7 Di III VC VXD.
This is a super-telephoto zoom lens for Sony full-frame and APS-C mirrorless cameras, and it comes with a zoom lock mechanism. Paul positions himself along a crag high on the hillside. Using the extra elevation, he finds it’s easier to pick out details in the distant landscape. To accomplish this, he employs the Tamron 150-500MM DI III VC VXD to photograph the land in smaller detail, focus in on smaller vignettes such as abstracts and also close-in detail shots of plants, flowers, rocks, and wildlife.
The Tamron 150-500MM DI III VC VXD telephoto allows you to photograph areas you can’t reach. You can easily zoom in on your target. Paul picks out a small tree growing out of the steep side of a cliff and captures a beautiful image. He could never reach that spot by walking. The Tamron 150-500MM DI III VC VXD affords you the flexibility of dynamic scope. It has built-in stabilization so you can walk around and can go handheld. But for lower light scenes, the lens comes with a built-in plate to lock onto a tripod.
In this video, Outdoor Photography Guide’s professional photographer Paul Thomson takes you through the advantages of using the Tamron 150-500MM DI III VC VXD for distant images. This remarkable telephoto lens gives you all sorts of photo opportunities you would never have access to. Check it out!