One Location, One Lesson, One Lens with Charley Voorhis

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Images copyright Vortex Productions

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Here’s the newest “One Location, One Lesson, One Lens” episode from Tamron USA and it’s a kick. I love the quality of the images shared in the video, along with great content.

Charley Voorhis is no stranger to SCU and we’ve shared several videos featuring not only him, but the Wenatchee Valley in Washington State. In this new video, he shares some great insight into what he’s trying to do, including why he’s using Tamron’s 10-24mm F/3.5-4.5 Di II VC HLD (B023) lens.

He makes a comment early in this short video about bringing in the valley along with the climbers in the images. Well the images are stunning and he did just that. Remember, I’m sharing screen shots from the video and they’re tack sharp –  imagine what the originals must be like!

Check out the 10-24mm lens with a click on the banner below. While you’re there, if you haven’t visited a Tamron dealer recently, it’s time to find out what all the buzz is about. You’ll find their complete dealer listing with a click at the top of the page featuring the 10-24mm lens.

And, find out more about Charley’s work with a click on any of his images in this post!


One Location, One Lesson, One Lens with Charley Voorhis

Picture
Images copyright Vortex Productions

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Here’s the newest “One Location, One Lesson, One Lens” episode from Tamron USA and it’s a kick. I love the quality of the images shared in the video, along with great content.

Charley Voorhis is no stranger to SCU and we’ve shared several videos featuring not only him, but the Wenatchee Valley in Washington State. In this new video, he shares some great insight into what he’s trying to do, including why he’s using Tamron’s 10-24mm F/3.5-4.5 Di II VC HLD (B023) lens.

He makes a comment early in this short video about bringing in the valley along with the climbers in the images. Well the images are stunning and he did just that. Remember, I’m sharing screen shots from the video and they’re tack sharp –  imagine what the originals must be like!

Check out the 10-24mm lens with a click on the banner below. While you’re there, if you haven’t visited a Tamron dealer recently, it’s time to find out what all the buzz is about. You’ll find their complete dealer listing with a click at the top of the page featuring the 10-24mm lens.

And, find out more about Charley’s work with a click on any of his images in this post!