Yesterday I went our for a drive in the country and came across this idyllic scene bathed in late afternoon light. I love days like this. Nowhere special in mind, just driving, listening to music, and following the light. If you have been following my posts lately, you know that I have been testing the new Tamron SP 150-600mm lens and Sony's a7II and a6000 cameras. IMO - the best way to really learn a new camera or lens is to get out and use it over and over in all kinds of light. I have written a blog about this awesome piece of glass: FIRST IMPRESSIONS :: TAMRON SP 150-600mm LENS. With my Sony a6000 attached, I get a range of 225-900mm - pretty cool!
Late Afternoon Light on Diablo Hills, San Benito County, Central California
Sony a6000, Tamron SP 150-600mm @ 280mm (equivalent to 420mm), f/16, 1/6 sec., ISO 100, Sony a-mount adapter LA-EA4, Singh-Ray Neutral Polarizer, Lexar Digital Media, Really Right Stuff TVC-34L tripod and BH-40 ballhead
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