My Camera Bag:

Canon 5d

  • Description: The Canon 5D (the old school version) is my back up camera body. I love the color that comes out of it, but after a few hundred thousand shots I had to retire it as my main camera. I now use the 5D Mark II as my main camera, but keep this body as a backup.
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Canon 5d Mark II

  • Description: I use the Canon 5d Mark II as my main camera. It's able to focus fast and I can shoot with high ISO's! Get more info here.

Canon 50 1.2

  • Description: This lens is my favorite lens and stays on my camera 95% of the time during portrait shoots. It's also the lens that I use the most to shoot my son. If the price tag is too high for you, I would recommend looking into the 50 1.4 lens as well. It's a great lens and much cheaper than the 50 1.2! Get more info here.

Canon 24-70 2.8

  • Description: This lens was the very first "L" series lens I invested in. It has a great focal range (it's a wide lens, but can also zoom in) and takes great pictures. If you want to invest in one lens, this would be the one I would recommend. Get more info here.

Canon 70-200 2.8

  • Description: I use this lens primarily for weddings (during the ceremony and reception). I don't shoot weddings anymore, but kept this lens around to photograph my kids sports and school events. Get more info here.

Canon 85 1.8

  • Description: While I don't use this lens very often, it's a great and inexpensive prime lens. Good for getting really close up with your subjects! Get more info here.

Canon 28 1.8

  • Description: Another great inexpensive prime lens! Get this lens if the 50mm lens isn't wide enough for you. Get more info here.

Canon Macro 100 2.8

  • Description: This lens is primarily used for detail shots when I shoot newborn babies and details when I shot weddings. This lens allows you to get close to your subject. Really close! Get more info here.

Canon Speedlite 580 EXII

  • Description: I have 3 Canon Speedlites that I use when shooting weddings. For portraits it's all natural light! Get more info here.