tamron 17 50mm

flickr

Electric Fan da Angad Singh
Tramite Flickr:
Big fan on the 787’s GE GENx.

I’m Dyanne, 19 years old, I just started photography this year, and have gained a huge liking towards it, especially detailed shots and portrait shots. The gear that I use for most of my works are Canon 6d, with a canon 50mm f1.8 and a tamron 17-50mm f2.8. And when something catches my eye and I’m without my camera I just use my phone. 

I just love it when I’m able to capture the simplest beauty of this world, and I really mean it. My vision for photography is that I will always see beauty in this world, and I want to capture them and spread the beauty out. 

All pictures on my tumblr account are original, I hope you’ll like it and discover beauty around you. 

http://dyphy.tumblr.com/ 

https://www.instagram.com/dyannekoayy/

5

Photographer: Muhammad Usman
Instagram: @totallytrashed
Tumblr: iamtotallytrashed
Gear: Canon 60D, Flash: Speedlite Flash 430EX II with sigma 10-20mm, tamron 17-50, Canon 50mm, Canon 85mm, Canon 55-250
Software: Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Lightroom & Snapseed

“Islamabadi through and through, I’m an ex-blogger, self-employed photographer and fixer with a major in Psychology. My photography career started as a hobby in 2012 from the roads of Islamabad and since then I’ve been out and about capturing the beauty of my city. I’ve worked with clients like USAID, UNICEF, UNESCO, BBC, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation etc., and some of my work has been published in major newspapers and online media.”


Pictures featured, top to bottom:
1.) Monal Restaurant in Margalla Hills From Trail 3: An avid hiker since childhood, I have always enjoyed Trail 3 in Margalla Hills for its picturesque view of the capital city. A place of peace, calm and tranquility which is a signature of Islamabad.
2.) North-East view of Islamabad from Trail 3.
3.) F9 Park: Evening walks in this park are a ritual, and every visit presents a scenic view that demands to be captured. 
4.) Misty forest: Clouds descend on Margalla Hills giving the forest a very spooky appearance. 
5.) A roadside view of Murree Hills that made me fall in love almost instantly.


Captions & bio submitted by photographer. All rights reserved by content creator.

More from Muhammad Usman: http://onedayinpakistan.tumblr.com/post/86210750749

New goodies for myself! I thought that it was about time that I upgrade from my 18-55mm kit lens after using it for several years as my primary lens for landscapes. I got a Tamron 17-50mm f/2.8 and I am enjoying it very much. I had to get a circular polarizer and a 10 stop Hitech ND Filter to fit the new filter thread size. Excited to go shooting with these!