Tamron has published some great photography how-to videos contain a 4-minute lecture hosted by leading photographers giving you a clear step-by-step pointers on shooting everything from surfing to portraits to macro in Central Park. The information is presented in simple, direct language with verbal hints and tips immediately illustrated by concrete visual examples.
Here are brief descriptions of the first four features plus short bios of the inspiring photographers who created them:
Surfers & Scenery on the California Cost: Don Gale with the 18-200mm
Don Gale with the Tamron 18-200mm. Don Gale is an accomplished professional photographer driven by a lifelong love of nature. He has conducted countless workshops, seminars and classes on landscape and wildlife photo techniques and is a Telly Awards Winner for best instructional video.
An Aboriginal Inspired Studio Fashion Shoot: Jennifer George-Walker with the 17-50mm
Jennifer George-Walker with the Tamron 17-50mm. Jennifer George-Walker is a master photographer recognized as the 2001 California Professional Photographer of the Year. She is acclaimed for her artistic vision and her ability to express emotional depth and soul in every image.
Natural Light Portraiture: Emily Wilson with the 28-300mm
Emily Wilson with the Tamron 28-300mm. Emily Wilson, a New York City pro, has balanced her magazine work with passionate personal photography. Her personal projects include a series on teenage racecar drivers and another documenting summer camp experiences.
Amazing Macro in Central Park: Ruben Dario Cruz with the 90mm
Ruben Dario Cruz with the Tamron 90mm Macro. A 16-year veteran of the photo industry, Cruz has been a studio photographer, assistant and printer. An enthusiastic macro specialist, he was adjunct instructor at New York Institute of Technology and a gallery director in charge of portfolio reviews.
Please go to Tamron Pro Learning Center Podcasts to download the videos