Creating an image concept. This sounds like "professionalism". Like "I know what I'm doing." Like "I have a plan”. Quite "fancy" and - depending who is talking about the photo conception - also elitist.
Olivia Michalski has a soft spot for the little things of everyday life. Above all, she loves to immerse flowers and branches into dreamlike Bokeh worlds with the SP 70-200mm F2.8. In the Tamron blog she writes how her pictures are formed.
Exciting football photos need some experience. No problem for Dierk Kowalke. The professional photographer already shot his first sports photo over 40 years ago. Now he returned with the Tamron SP 150-600 mm F/5-6.3 Di VC USD back into the stadium - and he was delighted with the performance of the zoom objective.
Corinna Gissemann loves two things: daylight and food. She conjures up fantastic food photos from both. Recently, she has a new helper: the SP 90mm F/2,8 Di VC USD Macro 1:1. She tells in the Tamron-Blog how she creates her atmospheric photos.
Are successful animal photos usually only lucky snapshots? Or does handiwork matter? And if yes, how do you get it right?