PHOTOGRAPHY GEAR GUIDE
CreativeLive Photo Week 2014
Here’s my Gear kit for my CreativeLive Portrait Lighting Master Class with a list of all the cameras, lenses, lights, lighting modifiers and tech gear used in my CreativeLive Photo Week 2014.
Here’s a photography gear guide of my favorite cameras – all the way from pro DSLR and mirrorless compact system cameras to point-n-shoots and plastic cameras, you’ll find ‘em all here…
Here’s my favorite glass from wide angle to super-telephoto with everything from my favorite day-to-day lenses to specialty-use exotic glass.
Round-up of lens adapters for mounting Canon, Nikon, Leica and other legacy lenses on Sony E-Mount cameras including full-frame Sony A7, A7R and A7S.
These are the strobes, flashes and continuous lights we use from Profoto, Elinchrom, Sony, Flashpoint, Wescott, Lowell and more.
Commercial still and video photography depend on creating or controlling light. Reflectors and modifiers shape the light for the look you want.
Get a grip on your lighting, with the run-down of my favorite stands, clamps, arms from Manfrotto, Avenger, Matthews, Kupo and more.
Camera Supports to keep your camera steady or move it smoothly including tripods and supports from Induro, 3LeggedThing, Benro, Acratech, Steadicam and more.
Computers + Tech
All of the data has to be processed and delivered. Here are the computers and tech gadgets plus all the software we run and all the tech tools we use to keep the computers purring…
Bags + Cases
When you ask “what’s in the bag?” you gotta tell me which one you mean. We travel with lot of them from our rollers to shoulder bags and cases for lighting and grip that gets checked on the plane or loaded into our location van. Here’s our selection from LowePro, Tenba and Lightware.
All of the other stuff that goes in the still photographer’s gear bag. Cards, blowers, batteries, radio slaves. Featuring gear from Pocket Wizard, SanDisk, Sony and Sekonic
Half of motion photography is the sound. Here’s a guide to microphones and audio recorders to ensure your next opus sounds it’s best.