Have: 40/2.8 STM, 50/1.8 STM, 85/1.8 USM
Next lens is probably a Rokinon/Samyang 14/2.8
Constantly lurking, feel like I should add more.
Some portraits and street shoots, open to critiques as well.
Ended up grabbing this lil bag off Amazon for my camera and everything fits good and snug
Works great as an everyday carry bag that I won't forget. Took my camera with me to a waterpark thinking I was gonna not only be involved with my kids and take pictures. I was wrong of course lol. It ended up spending the entire time on the sidelines in the bag
Also have taken the proactive step in reaching out and offering to take pics. Gonna try to set up some engagement shots and family photos these next weekends
I think I'm going to stick with using military styled bags. Current bag holds my body (with grip attached) and lens side-by-side perfectly and the side pockets can hold two more lenses if necessary. It'll be good to use as a fanny pack on the go for now. As my gear expands again I'll likely get something directly photography geared
Pretty much, for me doing on site light shoots I only need (for now) my cam and my lens(es). Once I start using reflectors and on and of cam flashes I will need a case much like yours.
You'd be an odd guy to pack a whole wedding kit on your back lol
Any of you shoot automotive photography? Slowly getting into modding my car so I'm guessing I'll be picking up on it more. Could use some pointers. Also, does quickster still post in here? Anyone still follow the guy's work? He always killed it when it came to magazine spread style shoots.
After racking my brain on trying to put together a setup to help make my photos more accessible when I'm shooting on location I've decided to put my sights on a Gnarbox. Anybody have one, heard practically nothing but good things.
official site: https://www.gnarbox.com/
That 12mm is a great landscape lens, killer for astrophotography too. We're in the midst of Milky Way season, put it to good use!
Here's a few shots I got in Yosemite with that lens a while back