I use a lot of gear...
Most of the time you can find me snapping pictures with a Canon Eos R5 in my hand.
But which lenses do I use frequently and what do I carry around in my camera bag?
Learn everything about the professional photography gear I use and would highly recommend.
I mainly use my Canon EOS R5 to photograph. It is so durable that I even take it high up in the mountains during climbing expeditions.
My backup camera is the Canon EOS R6.
Ok, my favorite lens is the Canon RF 28-70mm.
My second in line is the Canon RF 70-200mm.
For portraits and low-light scenes, I use the Canon RF 50mm.
The all-rounder that is always in my bag is the Canon RF 24-105.
I use it only when I need to. I try to use as much natural light as possible during photo shoots. But sometimes you just need that little bit extra to lighten up some shadows.
Canon BG-R10 Battery Grip.
To drastically extend the battery life and I also love the ergonomics of this grip. The extra shutter button is handy when you switch quickly in between portrait and landscape mode.
A lot of CF and SD cards.
Enough storage to capture lots of RAW images and RAW video.
DJI mini 3 PRO
Two studio lights on tripod
A small handheld light.
Fairy lights - yes, this can be cute for portraits.
I have a few camera bags that are a fit for different situations.
Big camera bag that fits most of my gear. Body, three lenses, flash, handheld lights, spare batteries, laptop, SSD hard drive, memory cards, cleaning cloth.
Small camera bag from LowePro for one camera body, one lens and some spare batteries and a cleaning cloth.
+ my dirty hiking backpack for expeditions - Deuter 55+10L ACT Lite. There is always room for one camera on all my back-to-basics trips.
I mainly use the white and grey paper backgrounds. I have them on different rolls which allows me to switch quickly.
I also have a few backdrops and textured underlays for small product shoots - marble, wood, concrete...
Macbook Pro 16"