The Lensley Challenge: How Many People Fit in Front of a Lensley?

The Lensley Challenge is up and running… national brand tour, store opening, bat mitzvah… it doesn’t matter! We want to know how many people you can get in a single shot. We thought we were doing big things at a wedding where they managed 12 people!


We were soon corrected, though, because the very next event got 16 friends, family and folks squeezed together and piled high in a smiling mass of humanity:


Then there was the BOOM! Nike Mall of America Opening where Minnesotans blew the lid off the challenge!  From 18 we went to 21 then to 26 then to THIRTY THREE people in one shot!  And these were strangers to each other, just a bunch of people willing to put their faces in the camera for a piece of immortality:


The question is… How many people can fit in front of a Lensley Automatic? Are you willing to take the Lensley Challenge?!

One Perfect Cup

When Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf wants to launch a new product, they know they have to have Lensley capture the moment!  Set up in a quaint office off the beaten path, and projected on a 62” HD screen just off the dance floor, Lensley cranked up the feedback on fun all night long…

From reluctant floor managers to glamorous spokesmodels, Lensley put the party in perspective: from taking a break to searching for beverages; meeting new friends to gathering the old; lurking in the background to distilling their essence, everyone took a turn with the Lensley.

And it brewed up to one perfect cup.

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Los Fearless


The Black Mamba owns Los Angeles.  From his fourth Most Valuable Player in the 2011 NBA All-Star Game to the billboards hanging on La Cienega to his golden visage staring down from the walls in the Foot Locker House of Hoops in the Beverly Center, Kobe Bryant is an icon that people look up to and try to emulate . . . and in steps Lensley.

Over the NBA All-Star Weekend, Lensley Automatic set up in the Beverly Center, capturing people and making them into NBA icons like Kobe.  Bathed in the same golden tones with the Los Fearless logo splashed across their chests, people got to hold basketballs and show off what they would do if they were on the court.  In the House of Hoops, people were projected larger than life, with three 60” screens rotating through thousands of photos, and a 3-story, 100’ looming projections over the crowds of All-Star Weekend in the middle of the Beverly Center!

Los Fearless and Lensley made icons of us all!