“What’s In My Bag” YouTube videos have been my jam since 2011. Honestly, there is just something so unapologetically nosey about wanting to know what is inside another girl’s purse. So, I’m writing this because I guarantee you’re all as nosey as I am about how many chapsticks or old McDonalds coupons are in someone’s Louis Vuitton bag. Except this is camera stuff, so it will be more (or less?) interesting. I might have some McDonalds coupons in my camera bag though. We’ll see…
This camera is new to the family as of 2018 and it’s safe to say…I’m a fan. Even though it took me a solid few months to realize it had a touch screen. So far, it has served me well!
The Mark III is an old faithful that has been my go-to for the past few years. Now, it is my backup and second body on wedding days.
This lens is the real OG. It is probably on my camera 95% of the time, and for good reason. It’s amazing. The end.
While this lens is not as heavily used as my 50mm, it still has a much-loved place in my bag. While I use it occasionally for weddings and portraits, I always use it for equine portraits.
Even though I don’t use this lens often, it is a must-have for wedding days – specifically during the ceremony. It allows me to take those up-close and personal shots at the altar without getting all up in the couple’s space.
My best friend for low-light situation, I use flash during wedding receptions or any other situation where there isn’t enough natural light available.
This camera bag has been with me through a lot! It has held up well after several years of abuse and doesn’t seem to be slowing down anytime soon! Some of my favorite features are the 7 million pockets, and the fact that it can turn from a shoulder bag into a backpack. Need I say more?
This rolling camera bag is normally reserved just for wedding days to carry extra lenses and equipment that isn’t able to fit in my everyday bag. I love any bag on wheels, because carrying all this stuff on a long wedding day can lead to sore shoulders every weekend.
Phew, that’s everything.
If you have questions about any of the equipment I use, leave a comment or shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This list is current as of December 10th, 2018. I will try to keep it updated as I purchase new equipment!