What's in my camera bag?
As a wedding and portrait photographer, I've got a lot of photography gear. You should see me pack for a wedding day. I lay out everything onto my bed, charge my 6! batteries, and put everything neatly in its place in my waterproof, crushproof, military-grade Pelican case. I wish the case was fireproof (see my last blog).
Anyway, I think it's important that my clients know what kind of gear I am using so they can do the research and see if what I am using is "good." Because guess what? Gear matters. Yes, the photographer's skill matters more but the gear they are using has a dramatic effect on the quality of images they are able to produce. Trust me. So you need to hire a photographer that has professional gear or you risk not hiring a professional at all.
I have made it a priority to acquire the best possible equipment that is available. It has taken time but I know that it is worth it. Here's what I've got: