Yesterday my good friend, @bearwoodsdavid posted an image he made on a trip we took to Cloudland Canyon State Park. In his post, he mentioned that he liked my composition better than his and asked if I could share my image. I don't know if I like mine as much as David does, but here it is.
I am really loving my new Tamron 20mm lens. It has such close focusing capabilities that I am able to really anchor the foreground with objects, like these tree roots. It has a minimum object distance of 4.3 inches. Remember that distance is measured from your image sensor, not the front element of the lens. The lens itself is 2.5 inches long. Using Alabama math, I can tell you that that means you can be less than 2 inches from your subject with the front of the lens and still be able to focus! That's pretty awesome! While in this image I haven't pushed it to those limits at all, I still was able to get closer than I normally could to these roots with a lot of other lenses.
EXIF Info: Manual exposure, 3.2 sec, f/16, ISO 50
Equipment List: Sony A7RIV, Tamron Lenses USA 20mm F/2.8 Di III OSD M1:2 Lens, Sirui USA SIRUI Imaging W-2204 Waterproof tripod, Acratech GP-ss Ballhead, and H&Y Filter Circular Polarizer. Transported in Shimoda Design Action X30 bag.
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