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Ryan and Joey are joined by nightscape photographer Matthew Saville today. Nightscape photography is the art of shooting landscapes at night with particular emphasis on stars. It’s separate from the more scientific astrophotography but shares many of the same challenges such as extremely low light and very long exposure times. Optically it’s one of…
 
Ryan, Roger, and Joey are back with more of your questions, and some of our own too. Ranging from where to eat when visiting New Orleans to what cameras and lenses and optical arts will look like 50 years from now, we’re coving a wide range of topics with mostly questions about lenses in the middle. Mentioned on the episode: Turkey and the Wolf Blo…
 
If you’ve read more than one or two articles on our blog you’ve likely seen images of MTF charts and heard us discuss testing lenses on the optical bench. But what on earth does that mean, and why do we do it? We’re breaking it down with the best people possible, Roger, Aaron, and our audience surrogate, Ryan. Mentioned this episode: Imatest See th…
 
Gather round y’all, it’s time for another gear rodeo where we shoot the you-know-what talking about our experiences with gear from our inventory. Today Ryan is talking to the Lensrentals Onboarding Supervisor, Ally Aycock Patterson, and LensProToGo’s Dom Boisvert about which of our newest video products we’re excited about. We nerd out about produc…
 
Ryan, Joey, and Roger are back in the studio and excited to answer your questions! Today questions range from what’s the best camera and lens combination, to how our Black Friday sale can help those looking to buy gear, to what simple items we recommend keeping in your camera bag. Getting Started Podcasting resources: Beyond the 5 W's What Should Y…
 
Today is all about the RED Komodo! Workflows, pros and cons, accessories, Ryan, Dom, and Ally stop just short of writing a full love letter to this camera. Dom and Ally each spent some time using the Komodo to discuss for this episode and spoiler, both of them were sad when it was time to return their rentals. Mentioned in this episode: Dom's Komod…
 
Ever fantasized about working for National Geographic as a photographer? Tom O'Brien is the Photo Engineer who engineers the solutions needed so NatGeo photographers can get the shots they want. Trained as a Mechanical Engineer, Tom has been tasked with figuring out how to record video from half a mile up a cliff face, how to get a remote camera in…
 
We're taking a little break to work on upcoming episodes. Stay subscribed because we'll be back! The Lensrentals Podcast is a production of Lensrentals, founded by Roger Cicala. Our production staff includes Drew Cicala, Ryan Hill, Sarah McAlexander, SJ Smith, Julian Harper, John Tucker, and Zach Sutton. Other contributors include Roger Cicala, Joe…
 
Today our guest is Sam Wiles, a Color Engineer at FilmConvert. Since the very beginning of digital cinema, people have been trying to get video to look like film, and that’s a very difficult thing to get right, at least at a professional level. It’s not a matter of applying a color filter, response curve, dynamic range, highlight roll-off, grain, a…
 
Today Ryan is joined by Roger and Joey, who are part of our in-house repair team, and they are among those who know the most about which photo gear breaks down more frequently and which are “bulletproof”. Lensrentals receives and inspects around 20,000 items a week and as careful as we and our customers try to be, it’s inevitable some of those item…
 
How do we describe what we want our cinematic images to look like without an agreed-upon definition of what “cinematic” means? Art Adams is a Cinema Lens Specialist at ARRI, and a large part of his job is to translate the characteristics of lens design from the language of engineering to the language of cinema. Ryan is talking with Art about this i…
 
In this episode, Roger and Ryan are speaking with Barney Britton from DPReview about where the industry is going, what was predicted to change that hasn’t, what products have stood out as surprises over the last few years, and what kinds of changes the future may bring. Mentioned in this episode: Leica SL2 Leica’s app Panasonic Lumix DC-S1R Canon E…
 
When you should worry about scuff market on a lens? Can you clean your own camera’s sensor? When the heck did third party lenses actually start to get good? Find out the answers to these queries and more in today’s episode when Ryan is joined by Roger, the founder of Lensrentals and all-around optical nerd extraordinaire to answer your questions! G…
 
Ally and Ryan are breaking down the first 10 pieces of video gear you should add to your inventory. We have several bonus mentions in our list as well, so be sure to listen all the way through! Mentioned in this episode: Canon 5D Mark II Canon 24-70 Parfocal lenses XLR cables and accessories Mixers The Lensrentals Podcast is a production of Lensren…
 
These are the drones you are looking for! Today we are talking to four different licensed commercial drone operators who illustrate the variety of roles drones can play across all kinds of industries. Each guest is also a member of Women Who Drone, founded by Elena Buenrostro who is our first guest. Next, we have photographer and videographer Cathe…
 
See ya later 2020! Ryan, Roger, Ally, and Zach reflect on the best and worst gear they interacted with from 2020. Both video and photo gear are covered along with lighting, VR, mics and more! We cover a lot of ground ranging from delightfully intuitive design to the item that made Roger say, “Why did you bother? No one cares.” Mentioned in this epi…
 
Roger and Joey are talking with Steve Heiner today. He is the Senior Technical Manager at Nikon, and has been with the company since 1985. They discuss how Nikon has grown from the film era, into DSLR’s, and most recently, to embracing mirrorless with the Z system which launched 2 years ago. The conversation ranges from collecting rare lenses, to h…
 
Today Joey Miller and Sarah McAlexander discuss the ten pieces of photo gear that all photographers should purchase. Lenses, camera bodies, accessories, they walk through all the things you should know when jumping onto B&H Photo for the first time. Along with recommending individual products, Sarah and Joey also walk you through all of the intrica…
 
This episode originally aired 4.2.2020 and has been one of our most popular, so with Black Friday around the corner we thought it would be a good time to brush up on what to look for when buying a used lens. After 2 years in rental rotation, we sell a good deal of our inventory at our sister site, LensAuthority.com. Roger talks with Connie who runs…
 
Today on the podcast, Roger and Ryan sit down with Norah Moran and Josh Valcarcel, two photographers who work for the NASA photography team. Josh and Norah talk about their experiences working for NASA, from routine portraits of astronauts to photographing unique training events as NASA plans for their next space launch. Josh and Norah also discuss…
 
Gather 'round the imaginary campfire as Roger, Joey, and Ryan tell us the horrors some of our gear has endured. From creepy crawlies, to bear attacks, to eclipse damage and even Chaos Theory, the guys are passing the imaginary flashlight to each other while swapping stories about the absolute worst things that have happened to our gear while out on…
 
Roger Cicala, Lensrentals fearless founder along with our Blog Editor, Zach Sutton talk with Mark Weir, Senior Manager in Technology and Marketing at Sony about three newly released cameras, the A7SIII, A7C, and ZV-1. Roger actually gets excited to see what’s different when Sony releases updated versions of gear, because there are actually differen…
 
Video Product Development Supervisor Ally Aycock Patterson, Product Page Supervisor Josh Richardson, and Photo and Lighting Product Supervisor Bryce Robins explain the process we follow when considering new products to add to our rental inventory. Follow the journey a suggestion takes on its path to becoming a rentable item. And if there’s anything…
 
Live streaming has gone from fairly niche to vitally necessary very quickly over the past few months. Ryan is joined by Josh and Ally to get specific on how to begin live streaming if you’re new to the game, and some advanced options for those more versed in video. Gear mentioned in this episode: Remote Presentation Live Streaming Kit - Basic Remot…
 
Lensrentals Blog Editor, Zach Sutton is speaking with the incredible Retoucher, Sef McCullough today! Sef is passionately working to make a career in retouching accessible to a wider and more diverse audience. Sef realized the privilege he was afforded isn’t given to everyone, so he’s doing something about it by providing free tutorials and very in…
 
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