5 tools in my photography bag

The 50 mm 1.2 L lens is my go-to lens. I use it on 90% of every session. It is ideal for portrait shots. It is a little pricey, so I recommend the following lens for beginners: the 50 mm 1.8 (it comes in at $125 and it is worth every penny). It is a must to really being able to control your camera and getting out of manual mode.

This is the Canon 6d and is my camera of choice because it has everything that it’s bigger sister (the Canon Mark iii) has but for a lot less. The main thing that it lacks is focal points, but this hasn’t stopped me. It is a full sensor camera and also does video. I love it!

JoTotes are my camera bag of choice. The quality and style can’t be beat and there are so many pockets that I have one of them that I use as my mom bag. Yep, I like them that much!

Not sure if it is because I grew up on a ranch or what, but I love using this Spider camera holster. I feel like I’m always ready for a shoot out and you can bet I’ve got an itchy trigger finger. The real reason I love it is because it keeps my hands free when I am taking pictures. When I had a camera strap that I wore around my neck, I was always hitting people with it when I was fixing their hair for a shot. Yikes!

Okay, so maybe this one isn’t in my bag, but this ring light is what I use when I am videoing or hanging out on Periscope to make sure that the lighting is just right. Make sure to pick up the light stand to put the ring light on.

Wondering if these products are what you need, Contact me and I’d love to answer your questions.

A Look into a Photographers Bag

Copyright 2020

Privacy Policy

Design by Michelle Gifford Creative

Terms and Conditions

WP2Social Auto Publish Powered By : XYZScripts.com