Category Archives: Photography

Concert Shooting Basics

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This time of year, particularly, people have plays, pageants, and all kinds of indoor activities to photograph. Since its one of the most difficult types of photography, we get a lot of questions about it. Since I know absolutely nothing about concert and theatre photography, I’ve asked Brad Kolodzaike to write an article on the [...]

FWIGTEW and Other First Wedding Acronyms

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One of the really enjoyable things about running Lensrentals is getting to work with lots of photographers who are taking their hobby professional and entering the field of wedding photography. We have numerous regular customers that we’ve worked with since they rented equipment for their first big shoot, seen them grow over the years, and [...]

The Full Frame Move

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I hear it all the time: I’m thinking about moving to a full-frame camera. It’s getting more common as the price gap between full and crop frame cameras is shrinking, at least to some degree. But often it said as if moving to full-frame is, by itself, an upgrade. As someone who moves back and [...]