Is it possible to take photos of insects with a telephoto lens?
Tamron 150-600mm lens delivers quality close-up photos of insects
I was out shooting some pictures of birds with the Tamron 150-600mm and then suddenly I saw a dragonfly on a leaf. I quickly zoomed in on it and took a picture. The result is showed below.
Now who says you can’t take a good macro picture with a big lens? I just proved it is possible. Here is one more proof:
I also took a picture of a butterfly. I think the result turn out pretty good. I have not done anything to the picture just added my logo.
I am not saying that you should replace your macro lenses with a telephoto lens. I am just glad you can take different photo styles with one lens.
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Posted on March 3, 2015, in Tamron 150-600mm and tagged 70D, butterfly, Canon, Flickr, green dragonfly, India, Lens, macro, macro of insects, Oriental Scarlet Crocothemis servilia, Photography, picture, Red dragonfly, red oriental dragonfly, Tamron, tamron 150-600 mm, telephoto, telephoto lens. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.