What's in my Camera Bag?
I often get asked these questions...
So today I'm sharing what's in my camera bag(s)
I actually have several camera bags. The biggest camera bag I own is my House of Flynn Evermore. It can hold a lot of gear as it is a pretty roomy bag and super cute, too!
I also have a Lowepro Passport Sling DSLR Camera Bag that I wear during my shoots. It's lightweight and can hold a couple of lenses in case I need to switch out mid-session. Not very cute but REALLY functional.
I've been strictly a Canon girl up until recently and I own two Canon cameras. The Canon 5D Mark IV DSLR Camera and the Canon 7D Mark II DSLR Camera. A few months ago, I purchased the Sony A7iii. It has become my main camera for portraits. I now use the Mark IV for video and the 7D is my backup camera.
These are the lenses that I own:
My favorite lens that I own and the one I use most often is my Sigma Art 135mm. I used to own the Canon version of this lens but it was too soft for me. I sold it and bought the Sigma and have been very happy with it. It's super sharp and the bokeh is amazing. I love the look of the Canon 200mm but it is very impractical and so heavy! I use it occasionally if I have only one subject or possibly two. I find myself reaching for my 135mm much more often. Lately, I have been enjoying my 50mm for family shoots to capture more of that lifestyle feeling.
Other things in my bag...
I have just discovered the Hoodman memory cards and they have a very good reputation for being the most reliable memory cards on the market. They are more expensive but I don't mind paying for the higher quality. If you've ever had a memory card corrupt, then you know where I'm coming from!
I do own the off-camera flash setup listed above but I honestly rarely use it. Every now and then I will use it during a senior session. I would like to use it more but it doesn't come second nature to me yet.
And that's what in my bag! I hope I answered all of your questions but, if not, feel free to shoot me an email.
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