People always seem curious about what gear it takes to get the best pictures possible. I believe in having the right tool for the job, so I’ve invested in some of the best tools to be able take great photo’s of you and your loved ones.
- The Camera’s:
I use a Canon camera system. My primary camera body is the Canon EOS 7D, and my backup is a Canon Rebel T2i. I hope to retire the T2i and upgrade it to a 5dMKII when possible
- The Prime Lenses:
I have 3 prime lenses (fixed focal length). The 50mm f/1.4 , an 85mm f/1.2L, and a 100mm f/2.8 Macro
- The Zoom Lenses:
I have 2 zoom lenses. The 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 wide angle lens, and the 17-55mm f/2.8 IS
- The Telephoto Lenses:
I have the 70-200mm f/2.8 IS, quite possibly my favorite of all the lenses
- Studio Lighting:
Lighting will make or break your photo’s. Being able to control the light is paramount to taking a great photo. That being said, I use Alien Bees strobes in my studio. I have 2 AB400′s, an AB800 and an AB1600. I also have a variety of light modifiers to achieve the desired results, and a battery pack so all this is portable. I also have a Canon Speedlite 430EXII.
I use both Lightroom 3 and Photoshop CS5 to edit your photos. With the added control, and pressure sensitivity of a Wacom Intuos 4 Medium, I have complete control over making the images turn out the way I want them to, consistently, and accurately If you’re a photographer too, I highly recommend the Wacom, and there’s an Intuos 5 out now which is supposed to have even more features than the 4