Intro by Chamira Young
There's nothing like grabbing your favorite lens and getting outside to explore your city for some great street photography. Whether you're shooting on assignment or just for fun, it's a great way to practice your skills as a photographer. And it's even better if you can get outside of your town, state, or even country to a new place. The magic of being surrounded by new sights, smells, architecture, and people can make for some great inspiration - and images!
That brings us to this inspiring episode of One Location, One Lesson, One Lens with photographer Armando Flores as he travels to Guanajuato, Mexico for street photography. He pays close to attention to the time of day, the lighting conditions, and shares the architectural features he's looking for. He also shares the specific role Tamron's SP 45mm plays in the creation of his images.
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