"So the next time you're traveling and the conditions aren't ideal, don't get discouraged.
Keep shooting, take chances and embrace the unexpected."
That's Ken Hubbard's closing comment in the video below, as he and Armando Flores hit Glacier National Park in Montana. A lightning strike ignited a small part of the park, and the fires added a layer of haze over every location they go to photograph.
This video is one of the best in the Tamron series to date because it's loaded with good solid, helpful content. There are so many things outside a photographer's control, leaving artists with the need to draw from their skill set.
With each image, Armando expresses a little frustration with the scene not being what he was expecting but then shares his mind's eye vision in how to salvage the moment. The images included in the video are stunning and the perfect reminder that great artists never give up on capturing beautiful images.
Armando's working with Tamron's SP 15-30mm F/2.8 Di VC USD G2 lens. For more information click on the banner below. And, check out the schedule for all the upcoming events/workshops this month.
There's a lot to choose from, and each program gives you an opportunity to expand your network with Tamron's Tech Team, and check out what all the buzz is about with Tamron's family of outstanding lenses.
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