In this Outdoor Photographer exclusive video sponsored by our friends at Tamron (watch below), contributing technical editor David Schloss and DL Byron head to California’s Joshua Tree National Park for several days of landscape shooting.
Joshua Tree is a remarkable place, with the park crossing over the junction of two distinct desert ecologies, the Mojave and Sonoran. Armed with Tamron’s 18-400mm F/3.5-6.3 Di II VC HLD, the duo captured sunsets, sunrises and some incredibly curious wildlife.
In part two of this series, Schloss returns to a location he scouted the evening prior for a sunrise shoot, with an added bonus of a full moon setting over the scene. Watch part one of this video series here.