Wedding Photographer serving 30A | Atlanta | Pensacola | New Orleans
What’s in my bag?
With all the different camera products and brands, there are a variety of combinations that a photographer can have in their equipment. We all have different ideas of how how to get a look we want to achieve. But what kind of equipment do I own? I get this question asked a lot, mostly from clients who are photographers themselves – whether it be for a hobby or professionally! Whether I’m traveling to Atlanta or New York to photograph a wedding or if I’m photographing a local session on 30A or Pensacola, this the equipment that I lug around anywhere I go.
But I won’t make this blog extra long like trying to find a recipe off Pinterest, I’ll just give you the details in list form and if you want to know more, leave me a comment below!
I kept my EF lens’ vs trading them for RF lens’ for my Canon R6 because I wanted them to be able to fit my backup camera and my canon film camera.
The Think Tank Airport advantage is perfect for traveling and can fit under airplane passenger seats in the case that the overhead storage is too small. I’ve had a few flight attendants tell me that I need to check in my camera roller bag and.. no no no no, that’s just not happening – ever.
The Kamrette is perfect for traveling as it has a sleeve that will slip on my think tank and it also has a sleeve for my laptop.
I love my Kelly Moore canvas messenger for all my local sessions. I shoot at the beach a ton and with this being a canvas bag, the sand dusts off easily.
Again, if you have any questions about the equipment or have a question of WHY I use one item over another, which bodies and lens’ I keep on my camera body, etc – feel free to ask any and all the questions!
Happy shooting! 📷