Images copyright Cecil Holmes. All rights reserved.
"I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did,
but people will never forget how you made them feel."
by Skip Cohen
With each new chef, I like to find a quote that seems to fit some aspect of their love for photography and this industry. It was pretty easy to find a quote that fit 'Chef" Cecil. Even if he admits that boiling water is a stretch, the Tamron Kitchen brings together some of the finest imaging ingredients in photography that showcase not only the artist's skill set but the passion for the craft.
Cecil shares a lot of good insight in this new podcast, especially when it comes to how he got started and how much photography has grown to be a part of his life and his family's. Whether it's traveling to the Tetons or just home at his dining room table with some classic window light and a daisy, capturing his next image is often on his mind. At the same time, his values about family and friends never waver.
We chose two images for the first part of this recipe because they represent two extremes of imaging, the night sky, and a macro closeup. Cecil was shooting with the Tamron SP 15-30mm F/2.8 Di VC USD G2 for the night skies and the SP 90mm F/2.8 Di Macro 1:1 VC USD for the daisy. Then, we had fun sharing screenshots from his galleries that represent everything in between.
"Chef" Cecil's recipe is a click away if you missed it when it was posted last Tuesday. For more information on these two extraordinary pieces of glass, click on the thumbnails below.
If you haven't visited your local Tamron dealer, it's time to check out the entire family of Tamron lenses. And, there are some outstanding savings promotions going on right now until March 1, 2020. Just click on the banner below. Tamron is manufacturing some of the finest glass in photography. You owe it to your clients and yourself to capture images with the very best tools available!
And to see more of Cecil's work and follow his workshop schedule, click on any of his images in today's post.
All images copyright Cecil Holmes. All rights reserved.
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