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AKEMI-N

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CameraNIKON CORPORATION, NIKON Df

Focal length15 mm

LensTAMRON SP 15-30MM F/2.8 DI VC USD

Exposure ISO 1600 - (1/15) at f/7.1

CategoryGeneral

Date posted2017-07-09

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akemi-n - 10-21-17 8:20 PM
Terence

Thank you for your kind words and 'Like' of this image.

Best regards,
Robert
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terence2 - 10-21-17 3:42 PM
Wonderful shot
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akemi-n - 08-28-17 4:15 PM
José,

Thank you for your 'Like' of this photograph.

Best regards,
Robert
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akemi-n - 08-27-17 8:07 AM
Steve,

Thank you very much for your 'Like' of this photo!

Best regards,
Robert
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akemi-n - 08-26-17 2:12 PM
Christiaan,

Thank you for taking time to view my images and your 'Like' of this photo!

Best regards,
Robert
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akemi-n - 07-10-17 8:13 PM
Yuri,

Many thanks for taking time to view my images and your 'Like' of this photo!

Best regards,
Robert
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akemi-n - 07-10-17 8:11 PM
John,

Thank you for your 'Like' of this image and taking time to view my work.

Best regards,
Robert
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walter2 - 07-10-17 7:05 AM
Thanks for the explanation about the SP 15-30mm, Robert. I remember your Death-Valley images very well. As a matter of fact, I used a link to those (your) images, in one on-line dicussion about lens-flare in my Norwegian Photo-Forum, as an example about the Tamrons good lens-coating (compared to Nikons).

https://foto.no/cgi-bin/diskusjon/lesTraadHier.cgi?id=784228 #t784287
:o)
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akemi-n - 07-10-17 5:59 AM
Walter,

Thank you for your kind words and 'Like' of this image. As you noted, tornadic/tornado activity can be both frightening and beautiful. Thankfully, there were no damages to people or property. The Tamron SP 15-30mm is a wonderful lens! Previously, I had the Nikkor 16-35 VR, which was also great, but the 15-30 extra stop, and slightly wider angle of view were enough of a difference for me to trade. The Tamron is a bit heavier and bigger than both the Nikkor 14-24 and 16-35, but again a trade-off I was willing to accept. The convex front element does lend itself to some flare, but nothing terrible. The integrated hood and internal coatings appear to control it well. There were a couple shots in Death Valley that I thought might be really problematic, but at most there was a spot or two that were easily fixed during PP. Hopefully, this information is helpful for you, and others too.

Best regards,
Robert
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akemi-n - 07-10-17 5:45 AM
Hristiyan,

Many thanks for your 'Like' of this image!

Best regards,
Robert
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walter2 - 07-10-17 2:24 AM
WOW! What dramatic sky you have pictured here!! Frightening, and at the same time, very beautiful!
This Tamron SP 15-30mm is my next "dream" - when I have sold my now AF-S 14-24mm f/2.8G ED - which has a terrible problem with lens-flare under such conditions.
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