What's in my camera bag? Have a look inside!
Canon EOS 5D Mark III. A professional grade 22.3 megapixels full-frame digital single-lens reflex (DSLR) camera. It’s a workhorse. It easily lets the user create smooth, clean, beautiful and colorful images in any sort of light.
I use an array of top-grade professional Canon lenses that provide me a full range of photographic flexibility and possibility.
Canon EF 50mm F/1.2L USM
You want portraits, right? Sure you do! This is a gorgeous lens with super-high precision optics ideal for isolating subjects at large apertures resulting in compelling portrait photography with a creamy-rich background bokeh (blur). The maximum aperture of f/1.2 also provides for high-speed shooting even in low light conditions, reducing the need for flash.
Canon EF 40mm F/2.8 STM
A fun-but-serious lens. This “pancake” lens is suitable for a wide variety of situations from portraits to landscapes. Great for discreet reportage photography because it’s compact, super lightweight, and unobtrusive.
Canon EF 16-35 F/2.8L USM
A versatile ultra-wide-angle lens with a range of focal lengths ideal not only for squeezing in landscapes and architecture, but creative wide views at social events and live music performances.
Canon EF 24-70 F/2.8L USM
A professional standard zoom lens for superb image quality and fast constant aperture throughout the zoom range. This lens is extremely versatile and performs beautifully whether shooting portraits or all-purpose subject matter. If I were limited to a single lens, this would be it! It's arguably the overall go-to lens for virtually any photographic situation.
Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USM
An industry-standard superhigh performance telephoto zoom lens with superb image quality throughout the zoom range. It is ideal for a surprisingly large range of situations from portraits to concerts and events, nature/landscapes to street photography.
FLASH: Canon Speedlite 600EX-RT
A professional grade attachable flash unit capable of off-camera use with employment of a remote trigger. I'm a big fan of natural light, but flash is an essential tool that can be employed not merely to brighten scenes and smiles, but for creative effects such as motion and action.