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This is a discussion on My Cheery Tillandsia in the Coconut Shell within the A Kodak Moment: not necessarily plants... forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Can you post a photo?...
Can you post a photo?
I'll have to see if I can remember which lens it was I saw from Tamron...I have so many photo magazines piled up that it would be difficult for me to find the exact advertisement again, but perhaps I can find it online. If it's not too heavy, it might be a good choice for you. I have a Tamron wide-angle lens that I've been very, very pleased with. All the way open it's f/1:8, so it really sucks in a lot of light. That's the one I use with my spacer for macro work...it seems like an odd combination to use a spacer with a wide-angle lens, but it's the fastest lens I have, and adding the spacer cuts down on the available light, so I need something as wide open as possible. Except the down-side is that by the time I get close enough, half the time I end up sticking my lens in the flower. LOL!!
this is both a bromeliad and a tillandsia the flower is the blue and t6he pinkm thing is the scape or the spike I have hundreds of bromerliads and they are what led me to orchids
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this is both a bromeliad and a tillandsia the flower is the blue and t6he pinkm thing is the scape or the spike I have hundreds of bromerliads and they are what led me to orchids love em