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One of the best parts about traveling is photographing new people and places, but determining what lens to use for travel photography may be difficult when space in your bag is limited.
Travel photography can be exciting and challenging! Shooting in a new location with new conditions can push you to become a better photographer. However, with space in baggage at a premium it can be difficult to decide which lenses you should bring. You might need to pack light and bring as little equipment as possible or consider flying or tour weight restrictions. The lenses you choose must be versatile and capable of photographing everything from mountain panoramas to portraits of friends and family to food.
• Tamron 28-75mm F2.8
The 28-75mm focal length and its fast aperture have been prized as the jack-of-all-trades lens. With enough zoom for portraits and wide enough for landscape photography, the 28-75mm G2 for Sony full-frame E-mount mirrorless cameras is a versatile choice. Tamron’s offering is lightweight, maneuverable, and compact which makes it a perfect choice for travelers, influencers, and professionals alike! Plus, it’s compatible with the Tamron Lens Utility™ for unique customization of your lens to your shooting style.
© Yakumo Itsuka
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• Tamron 35-150mm F2-2.8
The 35-150 F2-2.8 for Sony E-mount and Nikon Z mount mirrorless cameras is the ultimate travel lens for serious enthusiast and professional photographers aiming to create art during their travels. With its wide to tele all-in-one focal range and super-fast F2 at the wide end, the lens can take on all facets of your travels. From low light landscapes and interiors to portraits of innkeepers and street vendors, this lens has you covered. And it is compatible with the Tamron Lens Utility™ for unique customization of your lens to your shooting style.
• Tamron All-In-One Camera Lenses
Any of Tamron’s all-in-one zoom lenses make the perfect companion for travel photographers. Avoid the need for lens swapping which could cause you to miss out on the perfect shot. An all-in-one lens also minimizes baggage weight. Consider the 18-300mm for APS-C Sony E-mount cameras; the 28-200mm F2-2.8 for full-frame Sony E-mount cameras; or the 18-400mm for Canon and Nikon DSLRs or mirrorless with the camera manufacturer adapter. All provide best-in-class compactness, focal range and close-up shooting capabilities.
© Philip Ruopp
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Physically and technically, travel photography is challenging. With stunning image quality and unparalleled maneuverability, Tamron’s travel lens offerings provide all-encompassing solutions for any situation.
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