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Looking at different focal lengths for portraits, part two
Looking at different focal lengths for portraits, part one
Tamron announces upcoming 70-300mm for Sony
Battle of the 35mm: Sigma, Sony and Tamron
Is the Tamron 28-200mm for Sony the latest and greatest all-purpose lens?
InFocus Interview Show: Choosing the right lens with Rick Friedman
The top three lenses you should have in your bag
Portrait Tips: Don’t waste your cash on fast lenses
Tamron announces mirrorless lenses for Sony E-Mount
Get creative, change it up with a 35mm lens
Weekly Wrap-Up: November 4-10, 2018
My used lens was a lemon; here’s how I made lemonade

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Which 35mm Lens is Better? Sigma, Sony and Tamron 35mm Lens Comparison - youtube

Battle of the 35mm: Sigma, Sony and Tamron

One of the most popular prime lens focal lengths is 35mm. It gives a great view for everything from landscapes to environmental portraits. But with so many options on the market, how do they compare? In the video above from The

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Featured-Three lens you should have in your bag with Jeff Allen

The top three lenses you should have in your bag

While attending WPPI, I had a chance to talk with fellow photographer and technical representative at Tamron, Jeff Allen. I asked him what the top three lenses photographers should have in their bag. Jeff also discusses how Tamron’s vibration reduction

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Tamron announces mirrorless lenses for Sony E-Mount

This morning at PhotoPlus, Tamron announced its commitment to mirrorless systems, with three prime lenses announced for Sony full-frame E-Mount cameras. The 20mm, 24mm and 35mm f/2.8 were announced, all with half macro capabilities with a short minimum object distance

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Get creative, change it up with a 35mm lens

Most photographers reach for an 85mm or a 70-200mm lens when shooting portraits. These lens are great for compressing the image to help make a heavier subject look slimmer. Since this is the norm, why not try something different? Here’s

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Weekly Wrap-Up: November 4-10, 2018

Welcome to a brand new feature — the Weekly Wrap-Up — a compendium of some of the articles published this week on Photofocus. Controlling the “feel” of an image with the Illuminati meter After years of shooting, I also tend to

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Featured Image-Should I get a prime or zoom lens

Should I get a prime or zoom lens?

When I first started photography, I didn’t take my buddy’s advice — invest in a better quality lens before upgrading your camera. It was a mistake I never made again. So when it came time to decide if I need

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Lightning Over Palo Duro Canyon

Are Your Photos Getting the “Blurts”?

One of the ultimate compliments for a photo is when it makes someone just blurt out a one syllable word or sound. “Wow”, “ooh”, “awww”, “damn”, “whoa”, “spoon”… you get the idea.  The measure of a photo’s success isn’t if it

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Featured-Three lens you should have in your bag with Jeff Allen

The top three lenses you should have in your bag

While attending WPPI, I had a chance to talk with fellow photographer and technical representative at Tamron, Jeff Allen. I asked him what the top three lenses photographers should have in their bag. Jeff also discusses how Tamron’s vibration reduction

Read More
PA240104

Tamron announces mirrorless lenses for Sony E-Mount

This morning at PhotoPlus, Tamron announced its commitment to mirrorless systems, with three prime lenses announced for Sony full-frame E-Mount cameras. The 20mm, 24mm and 35mm f/2.8 were announced, all with half macro capabilities with a short minimum object distance

Read More
Featured-Raymond Nason-6998-16x9

Get creative, change it up with a 35mm lens

Most photographers reach for an 85mm or a 70-200mm lens when shooting portraits. These lens are great for compressing the image to help make a heavier subject look slimmer. Since this is the norm, why not try something different? Here’s

Read More
weekly-wrapup-111018

Weekly Wrap-Up: November 4-10, 2018

Welcome to a brand new feature — the Weekly Wrap-Up — a compendium of some of the articles published this week on Photofocus. Controlling the “feel” of an image with the Illuminati meter After years of shooting, I also tend to

Read More
Featured Image-Should I get a prime or zoom lens

Should I get a prime or zoom lens?

When I first started photography, I didn’t take my buddy’s advice — invest in a better quality lens before upgrading your camera. It was a mistake I never made again. So when it came time to decide if I need

Read More
Lightning Over Palo Duro Canyon

Are Your Photos Getting the “Blurts”?

One of the ultimate compliments for a photo is when it makes someone just blurt out a one syllable word or sound. “Wow”, “ooh”, “awww”, “damn”, “whoa”, “spoon”… you get the idea.  The measure of a photo’s success isn’t if it

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Everything You Need To Know About Micro 4/3 Lenses

Mirrorless cameras are wonderful tools, and I’m going to be writing regularly about their attributes. Quick intro to Micro Four Thirds, a.k.a. MFT, M43, Micro 4/3. The key characteristics are that they have interchangeable lenses, they are almost always smaller

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Tamron Announces Two New Promising Lenses

Tamron redefines the fast telephoto zoom category with the introduction of the next generation 70-200mm f/2.8 zoom and introduces a compact, high-performance 10-24mm f/3.5-4.5 di ii vc hld ultra-wide angle zoom with vibration compensation. February 6, 2017, Commack, NY- Tamron,

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