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Why You Should Try Street Photography & 5 Things To Bear In Mind If You Do

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If you’ve thought about trying street photography, this article is for you. While I’m a full-time fashion and portrait photographer/cinematographer, I’ve been an avid street photographer for the last eight years and feel it can benefit all of us in similar ways. Street photography is perhaps the last bastion of photographic genres where it doesn’t […]

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Getting Started In Beauty Photography | Why, How, & What Gear

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Beauty photography can seem a bit complicated on the surface, but it’s not nearly as difficult as people sometimes make it. With a hyper focus on skin and makeup, beauty photography provides a platform for a photographer to show their skills in lighting as well as in retouching. Afterall, lighting is most important when it’s […]

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Tips for Getting Started in Product Photography

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Product photography might not always be the most glamorous job in the world but could be an incredibly useful and profitable tool to have in your quiver for when business in your photographic expertise is slow. For many, that time is winter – where weddings are non-existent, outdoor portrait photography is too cold and impossible […]

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How & Why to Tether with Your Camera for Your Next Shoot

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Here at Lensrentals.com, the articles we write are designed to help you as a photographer. Whether it’s Roger meticulously testing lenses to give you MTF charts, variance numbers and more, or me discussing the possibilities of off camera lighting and control – we’re here to help explain the products that can help take your work […]

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About Getting Your Camera Wet… Teardown of a Salty Sony A7sII

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People think that because I expect the worst and try to prepare for it, that I’m negative. That’s not it at all. I’m not a negative person; I’m cheerfully cynical. If I expect the worst and it doesn’t happen, I’m happy because things went better than I expected. If I expect the worst and it does […]

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