Although your photography gear is no the most important aspect of getting great images, it can certainly play a role.
In my experience, the best equipment is stuff that allows the technology of it all to get out of your way in order for you to create. Anything that gets in the way of my creative process is poorly designed.
What you choose will be wholly dependent on what you shoot, how you shoot and will ultimately impact your style. Certain looks are only possible with specialist gear, while other imagery can be beautifully capture on an iPhone. Here’s a list of the photography gear that I’ve used in my work.
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Canon Cameras & Lenses
This is the gear I use most often, because it’s what I use at my day job. I’m using it at least a couple times per week.
Canon has excellent gear that can easily keep up with a rigorous shooting schedule and help you in creating beautiful imagery.
Nikon Cameras & Lenses
I chose Nikon when I made the jump to my first Digital SLR. I still use this gear for my own personal projects on weekends.
Lighting Gear & Modifiers
Although most of my work is in natural light, there are time when I’m forced to use lighting, or choose to do it based on artistic considerations. Here’s a list of the various lighting gear I own or have hired to get a natural outdoor flash look.
Camera & Lighting Support
Bags & Cases for Photography Gear
Other Photographic Accessories
Computers & Tech