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Saturday, 3 May 2008

Auto Tamron 35mm 2.8 - Frolicking in the Park

This is the first time I've taken Tamron out to play all by itself with no backup. It was a friends birthday so a few of us headed to the Fukuyama Art Gallery gardens, drank a few beers, ate some food and played some soccer/football/rugby. After the boys had a kick, the ladies stepped in and had a play. Here's the result with the K10D and the Auto Tamron 35mm f/2.8 screw mount lens.

Overall, the lens was pretty easy to use, even in semi action situations. It's pretty sharp and easy to focus and I really like the 35mm focal range, not too wide, not too tight.

Remember, these photos were taken not completely sober.

Slightly cropped and not too sharp, but that's due to moving subjects and a fixed focus lens...or just me taking bad photos.

Ohh...nice and blurry but adds tension to the story.

About f/11 I think.

Nice for portraits, Naomi here at about f/4.