Reeds at Loch na h-Achlaise, Rannoch Moor, Scotland

Some say that I have photographic tunnel vision, they might be right. I didn't use to be like this, I always hunted for wide views during my early photographic years but again, don't all newcomers do the same? I believe that the more experience you gain the more your view extends further afield – more pictures in the distant horizon reveal themselves.

Due to this fact, I wanted to have a versatile lens that would allow me to reach 50mm but at the same time to reach 300mm if needed, without the burden of carrying big heavy lenses. So, when the new Tamron 16-300mm PZD started having good reviews, I decided to purchase one. This is not a lens review so I will not go into details. However, I must say that I have been very happy with the lens so far. The results I get are really good with lovely sharpness all around the frame even at 300mm. I must also say that I use the lens from 30mm to 300mm and not wider than 30mm, I use my prime lenses for wide angle. If you are in the market for a versatile lens, then I recommend it.

Some also say that my photographic style is very simplistic and minimal. That is also true, I do not like confusing compositions, I much prefer the viewer's eye to concentrate on the subject of a picture and allow the eyes to rest and enjoy.

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