What You Must Know About Full vs Crop Frame Sensors Before Choosing a Lens
You must be equipped with knowledge about crop frame and full frame sensors and lenses because not all lenses work on all DSLRs, even within the same brand.
Fall Photography from 18 Working Photographers
Gain tips and techniques and learn what gear 18 photographers use for capturing fall color, fall landscapes, and fall-themed portraits.
Ivan Makarov on Being a Dad and a Photographer
Being the family photographer is both a blessing and a curse – you’re afforded the rare opportunity to constantly preserve memories while also trying to balance that wi
How to Choose the Best Gear for Wedding Photography
We have thousands of items for you to rent but only certain items are ideal for weddings. This list will help you narrow it down to just the essentials to fit your shooting style.
Photo Safari Advice from Wildlife Photographer David Bernstein
Learn all about what to expect before planning your first photo safari.
Photo-a-Day Projects: 1 Easy Way to Guarantee Your Photography Will Improve
How do you make every day count as a photographer? How do you make every day count for yourself? There is 1 major project that thousands of people start every January 1st that impr
Why the Sony RX100 III Point & Shoot is a Vacation Must-Have
Do you agonize over sacrificing quality in favor of comfort when packing camera gear for vacation? I tossed my hefty Nikon D800 aside and rented the Sony RX100 III from BorrowLense
Bird Photography Advice from Nature Photographer David Bernstein
Bernstein started out using a humble Rebel series camera and over time grew into being what he calls a "photo-naturalist", taking pictures of landscapes and creatures large and sma
Two Lighting Styles in 1 Shot with the Pocket Wizard MultiMax
Alexis Cuarezma is a San Francisco-based photographer who specializes in both on-location and in-studio portraiture. An alumnus of the Eddie Adams Workshop, Cuarezma has done assig
The Beginner Videographer’s Guide to Frequency Blocks
Wireless mics are an essential part of documentary filmmaking but if you're going to use them you need to get familiar with frequency blocks.