Gear Review, guest blog, Hands-On Impressions, MPEX Experience

Like motorcycles & leather jackets. The new Tamron 28-75mm f/2.8 Di III RXD + the Sony A7RIII are a perfect fit!

Our friend, Leonardo Carrizo, is a multi-media storyteller who travels around the world capturing the story behind the destination.  In this stateside blog entry, Carrizo takes us behind the scenes of a very cool vintage motorcycle shoot with Tamron’s new 28-75mm f/2.8 Di RXD for Sony’s E-mount full-frame mirrorless cameras. Occasionally everything fits together perfectly. This was […]

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Gear Review, guest blog, MPEX Experience

A Big Zoom at the Best Zoo. The new Tamron 100-400mm exceeds expectations.

Tom Wright is the latest addition to our ever-growing staff here at Midwest Photo. Tom, just like all our associates, is a photographer and loves to get his hands on the latest and greatest gear so he can provide the best advice to our customers. Here is Tom’s zoo-look at the new Tamron 100-400mm lens! […]

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Gear Review, Hands-On Impressions, MPEX Experience, New To You

Hands On with The Tamron 24-70mm f/2.8 G2 VC

In the ever heated debate of Tamron vs. Sigma vs. Nikon/Canon, a new competitor has arrived. Tamron has released an update of their popular 24-70mm f/2.8 lens. Ever since Tamron began to create the new SP series lenses, starting with the 45mm, 35mm, and 15-30mm lenses, they’ve been hitting home runs. Having extensively used the […]

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Gear Review, Hands-On Impressions, MPEX Experience

Hands On With the New Tamron 70-200mm G2

If you’ve read any photography website or stopped into our store recently, you probably know that the creative options available to photographers are as numerous as ever. One aspect of photographic gear that has seen the most rapid expansion in quality options as of late, is lens selection. With brands like Tamron leading the way in […]

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Hometown Heroes, MPEX Experience, Tips and Tricks

Photographing Luna and Neville: Two Adorable Squirrels Doing Human Things

As a photographer, it can be hard to come up with inspiration. It’s so easy to go online and see fantastic photos of exotic places, get complacent with our own surroundings and think, “What’s the point of shooting in my yard or neighborhood when there is nothing interesting to see?” Photographer Ashly Deskins has reminded us […]

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guest blog, MPEX Experience, Photography News

Awesome Images from the Tamron SP 85mm f/1.8 VC by Thomas Kettner

All images by ©Thomas Kettner (on Facebook @ThomasKettnerPhotographer). Styling: Kat Klug Models: Michelle Benas, Aad van der Linden, Remco Vanderlinden Agency: Gloss Artist Management Hair, Make-up & Special Effects: Julia Heiermann The Tamron SP 85mm f/1.8 VC is a new-comer to the highly competitive “portrait lens” section of the market! What these images show are two important […]

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MPEX Experience, MPEX Photo Contests

Winners of the Cityscapes: Travel and Architecture Contest Sponsored by Tamron!

We are proud to announce the winners of the Cityscapes: Travel and Architecture Photo Contest Sponsored by Tamron! The Grand Prize is the Tamron 16-300mm F/3.5-6.3 Di II VC PZD lens ($629.00 value)!!! Grand Prize Winner: “Sweet Dreams” by Mark Sachs. The Second Prize is the Manfrotto Professional Backpack 50– $239.99 Value Second Prize Winner: “53rd and 6th” by Abe […]

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Hands-On Impressions, MPEX Experience, Photography News

5 Reasons to Shoot a Tamron Lens Right Now!

The modern photographer has more choices when selecting a lens than at any other time in history. There are lenses for every kind of shooter, at every price point, with the best optical technologies. This may be the best time in history to be a photographer as far as gear and image quality is concerned and Tamron is […]

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guest blog, Hands-On Impressions, MPEX Experience

Travel Photography: Capturing the Flavor of a Destination with Tamron Lenses

Travel Photography: Capturing the Flavor of a Destination This is a guest blog by Michael C. Snell. Travel photography encompasses many kinds of photography. A travel photographer may shoot portraits, architecture, food, and landscapes all in the same day, for the same project. The thing that ties all of these elements together to become what […]

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MPEX Experience, TJ Hansen's Blog

TJ’s Daily Blog #72- Imperfection

TJ’s Daily Blog #72 Imperfection Photographers, especially in the digital age, can get caught up in chasing perfection. We think we need the sharpest lens, the perfect composition, the best light, etc… The pursuit of perfection over all else can be smothering. Sometimes it is just good to experiment and enjoy yourself. Embrace the mistakes. Mistakes can […]

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