Photography Gear Guide

Wondering what drone or camera and lenses I use or what underwater housing my camera lives in to take underwater photos? In this list I cover the camera gear I use currently. From the camera itself to the software I use to edit.

Over the more than 10 years of I have been photographing, I have found a system that works for me and my photography subjects. The Photography Gear Guide covers all my favorite photography gear. Sit back, relax, and read on.

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Cameras, Lenses, and Tripods

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Underwater Housing System

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Bags and Accessories

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Camera Care

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I use this to brush away any dirt from my lens and camera.

Perfect for blowing dust off my lenses as well as sensor. I use this after I use my lens brush.

Once I use my lens brush and my rocket air, I spray my microfiber towel with some lens cleaner and clean my lens

Some dirt is harder to remove without the help of a cleaning solution.  Spray your microfiber towel with this to get residues off your lenses. 

Photo Editing

Just starting out or have a limited budget?

First, start out with the camera available to you.  Once you feel limited by that then it is time to upgrade.

For a starter camera, I recommend with the Sony Alpha a6000 as it is a great place to start as it has many of the features of the 6500 but at a much cheaper price. If you don’t want to splurge on a lens, stick with the kit lens.  But if you want a great all-around lens that produces amazing images go with buying the 6000 body-only and then splurge for the 16-70mm f/4 Zeiss lens.
I switched from the T4I to the Sony A6500 a couple of years back and won’t be looking back to DSLRs, but if you don’t want to go the mirrorless route, then you can try the Canon Rebel series. Paired with an EF-S 15-85mm f/3.5-5.6 IS USM  and you are good to go. This lens was my go-to lens when I had my canon.

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