As a leading camera lens manufacturer, Tamron designs a range of high-performing products, each crafted to meet specialized needs. Tamron has Sony E Mount as well as Canon and Nikon mounts, allowing our photographers a variety of options suited to their needs. Each of our lenses is created with the photographer’s experience in mind, so when you buy new Tamron lenses to fit any major camera brand, you’re bound to find that they far exceed your expectations.
While technical execution of wildlife photography can be challenging, making evocative and artistic wildlife images is the ultimate goal of all wildlife photographers. In this presentation, world-renowned professional photographer Ian Plant will share some of his favorite techniques for creating artistic wildlife images. Ian will share his wildlife photos taken around the world, and discuss the core lighting and composition techniques he uses in the field.
Whether hanging over the rim of an active volcano, braving the elements to photograph critically-endangered species, or trekking deep into the wilderness to places most people will never see, world-renowned professional photographer Ian Plant travels the globe seeking out amazing places and subjects in his never-ending quest to capture the beauty of our world with his camera. Ian seeks out the hidden spaces in between the familiar, relying on long exposures, unique lighting conditions, non-traditional perspectives, and special natural events to show his subjects in a new light. Known for his inspiring images and single-minded dedication to creating the perfect photo, Ian has reached hundreds of thousands of people around the world in his mission to inspire and educate others in the art of photography. Ian is a frequent contributor to many leading photo magazines, the author of numerous books and instructional videos, and CEO of Shuttermonkeys, a site dedicated to photography education and inspiration.
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