Intro by Chamira Young
If you're looking for an awe-inspiring, breathtaking four minutes of inspiration, then you'll found it in this unearthly video from the Tamron team. In their "One Location, One Lesson, One Lens" video series, you get the chance to watch photographer André Costantini as he captures images from Uyuni Bolivia's Salt Flats. I have to say, it's unlike anything I've ever seen.
Andre's lens of choice is the 28-75mm F/2.8 Di III RXD, and he discusses the durability of this fantastic lens while being surrounded by miles and miles of salt. He also discusses composition, framing, and the importance of returning back to a scene at different times of day to get different types of images.
It's a fascinating behind the scenes peek into what could be any photographer's dream location! Check out the video below and prepare to be amazed!
12/1/2019 08:24:32 am
Just wow.... awe-inspiring and breathtaking 😍 One of the best things my eyes have ever seen. Super satisfied after watching the video. It has made my day!
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