My Camera Bag

“What’s in the Bag?”

I’ve been a professional photographer for more than 10 years. Over that time, I’ve gone through a handful of cameras! So let me share with you products that have stood the test of time and captured the view through my lenses with perfection. Pairing the right lens with camera can be tricking if you‘re just starting.  And when it comes to camera accessories... I’ve got you covered! Keep reading for my best advice in photography resources! This post contains affiliate links at no cost to you.
Cameras:“Canons have always been my favorite.  I’ve been shooting with a Canon since I was a teen. Check out all the savings with these must have accessories in the kits below.”

Canon EOS T5 DSLR With 18-55 + 75-300 Lens And 14 Accessories

Canon EOS 70D DSLR Body With 10 Piece Bonus Kit

Lenses: “Always check with the retailer or your camera manual to be sure a new lens is compatible with your camera base! I carry a 150-300mm zoom lens, macro lens pack, and a basic 18-55mm lens in my camera bag.”

Canon EF 70-200mm f/4L IS USM Zoom Lens (White)

Canon EF 100mm f/2.8L IS USM Macro Lens (Black)

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Camera Bags: “If you are like me, you’ll want two camera bags. One that will look great if you are out and about to have your camera on hand without looking like a tourist!  And one large camera bag which is essential if you need to bring multiple lens, a backup battery, your cleaning kit, lens reflectors, a blanket and your tripod!”

Still Photography Inspiration:“I find inspiration for my still photography in the pages of french, country, and cottage style books and magazines.”

Landscape Photography Inspiration: “Get inspired to take road trip or vacation to capture a unique landscape!”

Camera Shooting Tools: “One can never have too many camera tools!”

Photo Editing Software: “I started editing in Adobe Photoshop when I was in High School more than 10 years ago.  It’s amazing where software has gone now!”