There are several factors to consider when choosing a location for your photo or film shoot. Figuring out where the sun will be at what time, what the potential sound disturbances might be, and if the public will be an issue (sidewalk, traffic, working restaurant, etc.) are musts. To ensure the location fits your needs, you should also schedule a site visit ahead of time and take your own photos and notes to share with your team afterward.
We’re now renting cameras converted for UV sensitivity, standard IR, full spectrum IR, and H-Alpha. Learn what each of these unique modifications can do for your imagery.
Do something a little different for your next party or event. Many go straight to setting up a photo booth but why not a video booth? Video might seem more complicated and expensive but we’ll show you just how easy it can be and the results will wow your guests.
Documenting the critically endangered brown spider monkey is a difficult job for cinematographers but it is even harder on gear. We discuss what to expect when shooting in Colombian jungles.
Triple threat graphic designer, photographer, and videographer Joshua Fortuna has created quite the Instagram following over the past few years for his unique combination of mediums. His hand-drawn designs atop common objects, such as his daily consumption of coffee and lay-flat camera equipment, has kept his followers engaged and showing their appreciation of his identifiable design aesthetic.
Edward Nguyen was a wildlife photographer for around a decade before transitioning to portrait and fashion photography. Instead of starting over from scratch, Nguyen made his old gear adapt to his new subject and created a unique style in the process. Here he shares some of his insights on photographing children.
I specialize in fine art panoramic landscape photography, wildlife photography, and indigenous portraiture from remote locations around the world. A visit to Nepal and a trek in the Himalayas should be a priority on every photographer’s bucket list. Here’s some helpful knowledge for making the most of your Nepalese expedition.
Shooting in cold weather isn’t without challenges. Here are some tips that will help armor you against the temptation to let your camera hibernate this winter.
A year in review reveals improvements in our work – whether we realized it along the way or not. Even the pros take stock of their accomplishments, what they learned, and how to do better next time. Below are 20 final products from working photographers and why they feel it is among their best work of 2015.
Zeiss expands its lineup for Canon and Nikon mounts, gimbals get even smaller, and in a shocking move, Sony reveals new gear! It’s that time of the month again folks: here’s the latest edition of all the fresh, new gear that arrived at BorrowLenses in October!