Our Main Cameras
This is the gear we use for all of our photography and video work. Everything you see on this site is created with one of these three cameras. And also an iPhone 8S Plus.
Absolutely love this. But if I were to buy it now I'd prolly take the DJI Mavic Air for it's portability.
A photographers dream wide angle zoom lens. Great for temples of Asia, capturing a wide landscape, and the street photographer. This is the wide angle lovers dream lens at f 2.8. Double's great for videographers as well.
This is for the traveler who wants the most bang for the buck, can shoot any and everything It's lightweight, does well on images, and is less than $500. Just make sure you get the right one for your Sony, Nikon, or Canon camera.
We spend a lot of money on gear. But sometimes we gotta get some stuff to support our gear and help make the most of it. These are some of the things that I bring on EVERY TRIP!
Tripods can be a pain to carry. Luckily Manfrotto makes this bady boy that is:
- High payload
Cannot recommend this enough.
ND Filters are some of the most essential camera gear you can get. For photography you can do long exposures to get light-trails or magically remove people from scenes.
For video you can keep your shutter speed perfectly at double your frame rate allowing you the perfect motion blur.
I am hardcore in love with Peak Design. This company makes top notch gear and I pretty much buy whatever new kickstarter item they have, their backpack is hands down the best thing ever. I use the backpack in concert with the Capture Pro every single day of my life! I cannot imagine living without these two items.
By far the most comfortable and durable travel/camera backpack ever.
Cannot recommend this enough.
Ever just put your camera away and see a shot you wanted to take but where too lazy! Won't happen any more with Capture Pro. Plus this thing is as comfortable as they come!
For those days around town where all you wanna bring is one lens, one body, and travel light. This is a high quality, comfortable, and durable camera strap that is a sinch to put on/take off.
*Note - I am NOT sponsored by Peak Design (Maybe one day) I just absolutely love their stuff.
Our Growth = Our Success
We don't ever want to stop pushing ourselves. We are completely self-taught and strive to learn and incorporate new things all the time. To do that we pay money to learn from others. This saves us time, frustration, and hopefully gives you better infotainment.
Lynda.com is great for general purpose learning. Literally everything at your fingertips.
We are always trying to improve our skills and grow our business. One of the first things we did for blogging was invest in this course. Great for beginning bloggers.
Since we are constantly on the road working as we travel, we spring the the lightest, yet most powerful equipment we can find. For us there is no substitute for lightweight gear.
This is the lightest, most powerful computer on the market when it was time to buy Megan's new computer. This is our workhorse and as fast as lightning. When editing photos, video, and making a living on the road. You need something reliable, fast, and light. Also if you plan on doing video, don't forget to get all the ram!
Adobe is the industry standard. It's programs are the best, easy to use, and work on mobile. We use the cloud because we use lightroom, photoshop, premiere and after effects about every day.
Storage & Juice
Like Externals to the left, SD cards keep getting bigger and cost less. While the 128 GB might be overkill if you only do photography. For time-lapse and video it's the smallest SD card we'll buy anymore.
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