Lensprotogo Photography Blog


5 Tips for Winter Wildlife Photography

This December and January we set out to photograph the Red Foxes in the winter scenes of eastern Canada. While we were happy to photograph the normal flame colored pelage of Red Foxes, we were also seeking the rarer color phases of the Red Fox found in North America: the Silver (or Black) which is a fully melanistic morph and the Cross, which is a partially melanistic morph.

Read More

6 Reasons A 24-70 f/2.8 Is The Best Lens For Photographing Kids

This guest blog post is written by Karen Kelly. Karen is a Boston-based photographer specializing in the preservation of family history. In 2016, she was humbly voted one of Boston’s Top 2 Wedding and Children photographers by WGBH.  She spends her free time chasing her 19-month-old with her husband, Jarett, and escaping to waves in Kennebunkport, ME.

Read More

6 Tips For Getting Sharper Photos With A Super Telephoto Lens

One of the most exciting aspects of being a photographer is shooting with a super telephoto lens. While many of these lenses are out of the price range to buy, they are a great item to rent. The only downfall to renting is that you'll only have the lens for a limited amount of time. Read these 6 tips to getting sharper images to make sure you're getting great images right from the start!

Read More

Understanding White Balance & Color Temperature

If you're tired of seeing blue-ish green tinted skin, or the colors you see in real life aren't what your camera captures, you're in the right place. In this blog post we'll cover the basics of what you need to know about white balance and why it's an important tool in the worlds of photography and filmmaking.
Read More

Choosing The Right Telephoto Lens: Wildlife Photography

Reading through a Canon, Nikon, Sony (or any other brands) product guide is a great way to understand the full range of lens options that are available. That said, they always seem to be lacking context regarding how far away subjects were from the camera in the example photos. In this post, we fix that!

Read More

Choosing The Right Telephoto Lens: Sports Photography

I have always loved the Nikon Full Line Product Guide - I would pour over all of the new gear and features. It was a great way to learn about all the lens options and what each had to offer. As good as it was though, the images often lacked context. There would be an image of a lighthouse shot with a 500mm lens with no indication of how big the subject was or how far away the photographer had to stand, etc.

Read More

Helping Creatives Create with our new program, EQUIP.

LensProToGo is very excited to share our new program: EQUIP. EQUIP will be a catalyst for photographers and filmmakers to capture the stories that need to be told, that might not otherwise have an outlet to shine without some help.

Read More

3 Photo Activities You Can Do With Your Kids This Summer

School is out, the days are long and it can be tough to keep kids entertained all day. If you love photography like we do and want to get your kids involved, too, check out these 3 summer activities you can do together.  It may even give you an opportunity to try some new gear, too!

Read More

9 Tips For Killer Waterfall Photos

Waterfalls are one of nature's most awesome displays. They can range from a gentle, poetic trickle to an earth shaking deluge. With the right tools, and a little bit of know how, you can capture more dramatic waterfall shots during your next photo excursion.

Read More

The Art of Panning: Cars

Photography is about capturing moments. But what if we want to show more than a frozen moment? In this post we’ll talk about panning as a way to convey motion in automative photography. However, this technique is used for just about any moving subject.

Ferrari F-430  | Nikon D750  |  Nikon 70-200 f/2.8 VR II  |  0.9 3-Stop ND  |  1/50 sec  |  f/3.5  |  ISO 50

Read More

Interested in renting gear mentioned in this post?

Add to your cart now!