I constantly get asked what kind of camera equipment I carry, so I’m very excited to finally share my toolbox with you all. You can learn a lot about what you can expect from a photography experience based on their equipment. We suggest you always communicate with your photographer to let them know exactly your vision, which will ensure the correct gear is used. This article will also assist those of you dabbling in this artform. Maybe you’re a novice photographer looking to sharpen your skills? Perhaps you’re capturing photos as a hobby but aren’t sure where to start? My hope is this article guides you in the right direction. Let’s dig right in:
Sony A7S II and Sony A7R III
The Sony A7S II is one of the best low light cameras out there. It shoots 4K Video and shoots still photography at 12MP. I purchased this camera in early 2016 and was my go to camera for close to two years. I used the A7S II mostly for videos and occasionally I would use it to shoot YouTube tutorial vides. This camera has 5-axis image stabilization. The A7S II has a 35mm-sized full frame sensor.
The Sony A7R III is my go to camera for photography. In my opinion this camera is perfect for portraits and for dramatic landscape shots. It's the one camera that I definitely make sure not to leave home without. Like the A7S II, the R III features a 35mm sized full frame sensor, capable of shooting stills at 42MP. The R III, is capable
of shooting video in 4K.
All the Lenses I own and use are Sony E-mount lenses
16-35mm f4 Zeiss
85mm f1/4 GMaster
90mm f1.8 GMaster Macro
24mm f1.4 GMaster
If I don’t have a particular lens I need for a shoot I use Borrow Lens. I highly recommend them.
The bags I use for shoots:
Manfrotto DJI Drone Backpack
Private Label Camera Duffle bag
LowePro m-Trekker BP-150
DJI Drones: Mavic Pro 2 and Mavic Mini
Atamos Shogun and Ninja Flame Monitor
DJI Ronin SC and M
Profoto B10 Flash
Tripods: Manfrotto and Jolby QuerillaPod
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The Editing Software I use are as follows:
Final Cut Pro x