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Adventuring With The Tamron 16-300mm Lens

Adventure photography with the Tamron 16-300mm lens.

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Adventuring With The Tamron 16-300mm Lens: Jenny and Sebastian

Devout Buddha statue, Chiang Mai, Northern Thailand

Jenny and Sebastian are two travel photographers and bloggers that have recently completed a six-month tour of Asia.

They used Tamron's 16-300mm  f/3.5-6.3 DI II lens on their travels and have been telling Tamron magazine all about their adventures.  "This lens is ideal if you don't have a lot of room to bring several interchangeable lenses." Says Sebastian about the Tamron 16-300mm. Its range means that you have a great variety of shots available to you without having to change lenses. 

If you'd like to read more about travelling through Asia and pick up some photography tips from Jenny and Sebastian along the way, check out Tamron's latest magazine which is available to view for free. 

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