Tamron Image Master Monica Royal uses MyPhotoExhibits as a showcase for her favorite photographs taken with her Tamron 90mm macro lens!
Texas is beautiful in the Spring. These photos are examples of what you can find and see in the Springtime in the "Lone Star" state.
A pair of Barred Owls who frequent the woods and tree around Lake Beverly and the Central Ridge park
Tamron Image Master Jonathan Thorpe always gets creative when photographing portraits. For these types of shoots he relies Tamron's SP 90mm F/2.8 VC, SP 24-70 F/2.8 VC and the SP 70-200mm F/2.8 VC.
Savannah River Front area and Tybee Beach area. Savannah, a town on the Savannah River.
Tamron Image Master Michael C. Snell travels through Spain with his two favorite Tamron lenses. Visit the streets of Murcia via Michael's MyPhotoExhibit virtual gallery.
Nature as I see it through my lenses.
I followed this Great Horned Owl pair and their owlets from the nesting, incubation to branching and eventually the fledging of the Owlets
"Aurora Borealis" or "The Northern Lights" , whatever you call it, it is amazingly beautiful--dancing, singing, and illuminating the sky.
All photos were taken in the Fairbanks, Alaska area in March 2015.
MyPhotoExhibits gives you the ability to create your very own virtual 3D photography exhibits in a personalized Soho-style exhibit space and share them with your friends, or the world! Membership is free, so sign up, and start showcasing those beautiful photographs of yours.
Upload your high resolution images from your desktop or laptop. Make your photo exhibit your own by selecting from a number of gallery space types, furniture, frames, and lighting options. Once your exhibit "opens", keep it fresh by changing your photos, or tweaking the look of the exhibit. Create as many exhibits as you wish to showcase all of your travels, events, projects and more.
Get inspiration by easily viewing public exhibits. Check out your friends' exhibits, or search by category. View Tamron's recommendations, Tamron's how-to exhibits, and much more.
Invite your friends to your exhibit opening by email or through Facebook, Twitter and other social networking platforms. Make your exhibit "by invitation only" or go public and share it with the world. You can also submit your photography exhibit to Tamron for review to be included in Tamron's recommended exhibits.