What kind of equipment do you use for Photography?

We are Canon users, and shoot only with professional grade camera bodies. We always bring spare cameras and lenses, for backup purposes, in case anything gets damaged or broken during the day. For lenses, we have a wide variety of professional lenses. For lighting, we have an assortment of speedlites, as well as multiple Alien Bees strobes (an industry standard), along with an assortment of lighting modifiers (soft boxes). While we prefer to use flash units for most of our lighting, we also are quite capable with natural light photography. In short, we come over-prepared for any event that we photograph. Your event is in good hands.

Here is a listing of our photo equipment inventory:

  • Canon 6d, full-frame camera body (3 of these)
  • Canon 5d, mark 2 camera body (1 of these)
  • Canon T1i camera body (2 of these)
  • Canon 70-200mm, F2.8, stabilized lens
  • Canon 70-200mm, F2.8, non-stabilized lens
  • Canon 100mm macro, F2.8, stabilized lens
  • Sigma 24-70mm, F2.8, stabilized lens (2 of these)
  • Canon 24-105mm, F4, stabilized lens (2 of these)
  • Sigma 85mm, F1.4, portrait lens
  • Canon 50mm, F1.8, prime lens
  • Canon 50mm, F1.4, prime lens
  • Tamron 14mm, F2.8, fish-eye lens
  • Alien Bees B800 strobes (3 of these)
  • Yongnuo speedlite, YN565 (3 of these)
  • Yongnuo speedlite, YN568 (3 of these)
  • Yongnuo speedlite, YN600 (2 of these)
  • Yongnuo YN-14ex ring flash (for ring shots)
  • ThinkTank cases/bags
  • Manfrotto boom arm stand
  • Cheetah fast stands
  • 16" Beauty Dish
  • Several large softboxes (family portraits)