A Butterfly with the new Tamron 18-400mm lens

A Butterfly with the new Tamron 18-400mm.
I first want to thank the Pine Mountain Chapter of the Georgia Nature Photographers Association for hosting me for my presentation last night. It was great to meet a lot of new folks with a love of nature and photography. I knew it would be nearly impossible for me to go that close to Callaway Gardens and not visit the Butterfly House. I also knew it would be impossible not to use it as a chance to test the new Tamron 18-400mm lens. I was again, imagine that, super impressed with how easy it was to use the lens chasing butterflies. Of course capturing the butterflies on the edge of the walkways is easy with any lens, but when I need a longer lens, in a fairly dark area, handheld, this lens performed flawlessly. It was actually easier to use it than the other setup I tested it against, a Tamron 180mm Macro lens. This lens allowed me to be farther away from my subject, which in turn allowed me to get parallel to the subject easier. In turn this allowed me to shoot with that narrower depth of field with the long lens and still get edge sharpness on the butterfly. The lens continues to impress me each time I take it out.
Tamron 18-400mm Di-II VC HLD lens on a Nikon D-500, Manual Exposure mode, f8, ISO 2500, 1/125th of a second, handheld utilizing the Vibration Compensation feature of the lens, MindShift Gear PhotoCross 13 Sling Bag, processed in Lightroom CC. #WithMyTamron, #TamronUSA, #TamronImageMaster, #MindShiftGear

2 Responses to “A Butterfly with the new Tamron 18-400mm lens”

  1. Mikki Root Dillon Says:

    We so enjoyed your presentation last night, even made the drive from Atlanta worthwhile! 🙂 The Donut Hole is in Destin FL. It’s worth going down there to shoot! Mikki

    • lilybug1960 Says:

      It was great to see you guys! Thank you for making the trip! I have added The Donut Hole to my list!

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