Riley,3, and Kade, 1, were so much fun during our location session! They definitely brightened up my day! We are so happy to be their family photographer and look forward to may years of smiles!!
Everyday I receive emails, facebook messages or texts asking me about what I do for a living! This page will be directed at answering most of those questions in the best way I know how. For starters, let’s talk equipment! The camera body is essential for great photographs but not as important as knowing how to use it! My 1st suggestion to new photographers is always to READ THE OWNER’S MANUAL FIRST! A wedding isn’t the time to be fidgeting with the settings on your camera. You have to know it inside and out so it can work YOU, not you work for IT.
Canon 5d Mark III this is my workhorse!
Canon 85mm 1.2 a great portrait lens
Canon 50mm 1.2 a wider angle to capture more, sharp and fast, reliable
Canon 135mm 2.0 a great zoom, this will go in the casket with me…have to pry from my cold dead fingers. I have two of these.
Canon 24-105mm 4.0 the only lens I own that’s not prime! This is great for group shots and wide angles.
Canon 100mm 2.0 macro great for all things mini…toes, rings, flowers.
BACK UP GEAR:
Canon 5d and Canon 10d
Canon 550EX Speedlights own 2 of these for overpowering the sun or helping in low light.
Larson reflectors and softboxes
COMPUTERS AND SOFTWARE:
Dell yes, I hate that I don’t use Mac but I don’t for any editing.
Adobe CS6 more creative editing and beautifying skin
Hope that helps!