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SpaceX Falcon Heavy Launch Photos

Customer Stories

Customer Stories – Photographing the SpaceX Falcon Major Launch

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Something we’ve discussed before on this blog is how Lensrentals.com operates. While many of the people who work here are photographers and videographers as well, we’re still very much a specialty service. Our job is to get the tools you need to help create your work. So while we’re in the service industry, we still […]

Lighting Tutorials

Geek Articles

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 […]

Landscape Photography tutorial

Equipment

Guide to Wilderness Photography and Timelapse Filming

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Whenever I get back from a big adventure, friends ask how it went. Inevitably I must answer, “it involved lots of misery and sleep-deprivation, but I think some of the pictures turned out.” …If this sounds familiar, you might be a wilderness landscape and nightscape photographer. This article is about my adventures over the years, […]

Equipment

Lensrentals.com Macro Photography Shot Breakdown

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Here at Lensrentals.com, not only do we have one of the largest selections of rentable gear in the world, but we also have a pretty dedicated and hardworking staff. And with perks that include access to over 111,000 items, you may have guessed that almost everyone who works at Lensrentals.com is also a photographer in […]

Equipment

The Ultimate Light Modifier Shoot Out and Test

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As someone who has taught off camera lighting for some years now, as well as taught dozens of workshops on the topic – I’ve always heard the same question from photographers who are using off camera lighting for the first time. “What’s the difference between ____ and ____.” When working with off camera lighting, it’s […]

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