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Portrait Photographers’ Favorite Camera Lenses

Portrait Photographers’ Favorite Camera Lenses

By Theano Nikitas

When it comes to developing a personal style in their portraits, many photographers stray from the medium telephoto lenses that have traditionally been the staple of portraiture. Because photographers today are diversifying their clientele and workload—shooting an editorial portrait one day, a fashion show the following week and a commissioned portrait on the weekend—it’s often difficult to nail down the “best” portrait lenses. We spoke with several photographers and asked them to name their favorite lenses for shooting portraits, and when and why they prefer one piece of glass over another. We’ve alphabetically organized the lenses by brand name so you can quickly see what’s hot for your camera.

– See more at: http://www.pdnonline.com/gear/Portrait-Photographe-9272.shtml#sthash.r661s3mQ.dpuf

 

By Theano Nikitas

When it comes to developing a personal style in their portraits, many photographers stray from the medium telephoto lenses that have traditionally been the staple of portraiture. Because photographers today are diversifying their clientele and workload—shooting an editorial portrait one day, a fashion show the following week and a commissioned portrait on the weekend—it’s often difficult to nail down the “best” portrait lenses. We spoke with several photographers and asked them to name their favorite lenses for shooting portraits, and when and why they prefer one piece of glass over another. We’ve alphabetically organized the lenses by brand name so you can quickly see what’s hot for your camera.

– See more at: http://www.pdnonline.com/gear/Portrait-Photographe-9272.shtml#sthash.r661s3mQ.dpuf

Portrait Photographers’ Favorite Camera Lenses

OCTOBER 14, 2013

By Theano Nikitas

When it comes to developing a personal style in their portraits, many photographers stray from the medium telephoto lenses that have traditionally been the staple of portraiture. Because photographers today are diversifying their clientele and workload—shooting an editorial portrait one day, a fashion show the following week and a commissioned portrait on the weekend—it’s often difficult to nail down the “best” portrait lenses. We spoke with several photographers and asked them to name their favorite lenses for shooting portraits, and when and why they prefer one piece of glass over another. We’ve alphabetically organized the lenses by brand name so you can quickly see what’s hot for your camera.

– See more at: http://www.pdnonline.com/gear/Portrait-Photographe-9272.shtml#sthash.r661s3mQ.dpuf

Portrait Photographers’ Favorite Camera Lenses

OCTOBER 14, 2013

By Theano Nikitas

When it comes to developing a personal style in their portraits, many photographers stray from the medium telephoto lenses that have traditionally been the staple of portraiture. Because photographers today are diversifying their clientele and workload—shooting an editorial portrait one day, a fashion show the following week and a commissioned portrait on the weekend—it’s often difficult to nail down the “best” portrait lenses. We spoke with several photographers and asked them to name their favorite lenses for shooting portraits, and when and why they prefer one piece of glass over another. We’ve alphabetically organized the lenses by brand name so you can quickly see what’s hot for your camera.

– See more at: http://www.pdnonline.com/gear/Portrait-Photographe-9272.shtml#sthash.r661s3mQ.dpuf


10 Retro-Style Cameras and Accessories

 

10 Retro-Style Cameras and Accessories.

JUNE 05, 2013

 

By Theano Nikitas

 

Camera styles, like those of clothing, are cyclical. Right now, we’re in an age of retro and vintage gear that call to mind the days when rangefinders ruled and film was very much alive and well. But just because a camera is built around the latest technological advances doesn’t mean that it can’t have a retro look and feel. The same goes for accessories—from camera straps to individual camera cases to larger bags that can accommodate the latest DSLRs and lenses.

Here’s a look at a handful products that may appear to be retro but are, for the most part, built to get today’s job done.


Living Amongst the Trees

 

Living Amongst the Trees 7 photos | PDN Photo of the Day.


IRIS Portfolios

IRIS portfolios.

IRISportfolios is a boutique company that makes and prints presentation products for professional photographers and artists looking for a modern approach to showcase their work to clients. We create stunning, handcrafted, high-end portfolios, photo books and boxes with the utmost care for quality and attention to detail. IRISportfolios is made up of photographers, artists, designers and book binding artisans. This gives us a first-hand understanding of your needs and your desire for excellence as well as allowing us to offer superior, personalized and knowledgeable service. We strive to offer distinguished beautiful products that will show off your talent and truly impress your clients.


Michael Ash Partners Photographers

Michael Ash Partners Photographers



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