8K Sensor and Lens Changes

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The 8K Conundrum – When Bad Lenses Mount Good Sensors

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This is a guest post from Brandon Dube, whose name you’ve seen on many of our articles. In addition to his metrology work, he also does high fidelity numerical optical simulation, and spends his summers at places like NASA/JPL working on the cameras that are going in the Mars 2020 rover. This may be our […]

Lighting Tutorials

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Four Lighting Techniques to Try on your Next Photo Shoot

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I’m a lighting guy. Ask any of the higher-ups here at Lensrentals.com, and they can confirm that I’m always pressuring them to get more lighting options available for rent (with varying degrees of success). For me, I was taught that photography translates to the capturing of light on film (or in modern cases, a digital […]

Testing Circular Polarizers

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My Last Circular Polarizer Post

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I posted an article about circular polarizing filters recently, letting you see some data I obtained for Lensrentals when they were reviewing which of the polarizing filters were among the best. I concluded that they all polarized light really well. I also said that none of the CPs I tested seemed to cause optical problems at […]

Canon EF-S 35mm Macro

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Reviewing the Canon EF-S 35mm f/2.8 Macro IS STM

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Whenever we get a new Macro lens, I’m usually one of the first to take it home and try it out. One of the things I love about Macro Photography is how accessible it is. Getting up close and capturing the hidden world of detail that exists in everyday life is fascinating to me and […]

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