Intro by Chamira Young
Once and a while it's fun to go out and capture something different. We've mentioned it before on the blog and we'll say it again: getting outside of your comfort zone is a great way to foster your creativity as an artist. As important as paying the bills are, the day-to-day of running a business and constantly shooting similar images can eventually drain you of much needed inspiration. The remedy? Get out and shoot something unusual!
Today we have the perfect example in this episode of One Location, One Lesson, One Lens with the Tamron team. Peek over the shoulder of Photographer Ulla Vinkman as she uses the Tamron SP 35mm F/1.4 to document the annual zombie crawl in Frenchtown, New Jersey. Be ready to be creeped out and inspired at the same time!
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