WHAT'S IN MY BAG?
These are the tools I use daily for weddings. Suppose you’re an aspiring photographer getting into weddings. In that case, you should have at least two camera bodies (preferably a third as backup), a wide-angle zoom, and a telephoto zoom, preferably NOT the kit lens.
Purchase pro-level glass if it’s in your budget. The lens can arguably be the most important to spend your hard-earned cash on, not the camera body.
The gear is essential. You don’t want to walk into a wedding with only one camera. Can you imagine if you accidentally drop or damage it. In my opinion, don’t get too caught up in the equipment. The most important area to spend your time is learning the craft.
Leica M3 + M6 (Film)
Leica M10 Monochrom
Leica 28mm f2.8 Elmarit
Leica 35 Summilux-M f1.4 ASPH (11633)
Leica 35mm f2 Summicron
Leica 50 f2 cron (1969)
Nikon 200-600 f4
Mamiya RZ67 + 90mm Sekor
Table of contents
- Post Production Workflow
- Photo Mechanic Settings
- Wedding Photography Workshops 2023
- Lightroom Catalog Settings
- Henri Cartier-Bresson: personal inspiration
- How to become a successful wedding photographer
- Internship Opportunity
- San Antonio – PUG a meeting for Professional Photographers
- 100 Leica M + M9 weddings by Leica Photographer Philip Thomas
- The Fibonacci Circle | The Golden Ratio
- Do wedding photographers deserve our respect?
- How to get started in wedding photography
- 26 Quotes by Henri Cartier-Bresson
- What is wedding photojournalism?
- Why the Leica M Rangefinder is so special
- Top 10 Reasons Why You Should Start To Shoot Film