In our photography bags

Wondering what Jason and Angela use as their photography equipment?

Look no further!

For Carrying:

Angela uses the cute red Lola bag from Epiphanie Bags – it also works well as a purse when you want to take a sassy red purse out on the town!

Jason’s bag is the Kelly Moore boy bag in brown. Much more stylish than the typical black backpack bags people carry around.

Cameras:

Nikon D700 – Jason’s newest toy. It’s absolutely unreal. He’s in love with it (and so is Angela!).

Nikon D90 aka – Angela’s! (Jason used to steal it until he purchased the D700)

We also recently purchased this point and shoot as well.

 

Canon Powershot SD 1400

Lenses

Nikkor 85mm f/1.4G – Unreal. A gorgeous lens for weddings and portrait photography. All it took was the sales guy popping it on the demo and it was sold.

Nikkor 50mm 1.8  – Great lens, but may have been replaced with the awesomeness that is the 85mm.

AF-S Nikkor 24-70mm f/2.8 – An excellent lens. Probably tied with the 85mm for lens that gets fought over the most.

AF-S Micro Nikkor 105mm f-2.8G IF ED – This is tied for Angela’s favourite lens. If not on a shoot, this lens will likely bet attached to Angela’s camera.

AF-S Nikkor 70-300mm – a good zoon lens. One day we want to replace it with a more “pro” lens, but for right now, this one does the trick!

 

Tokina 10-16mm Fisheye – Yup. A zoom fisheye. So very, very cool. If I’m not rocking the macro or 50mm lenses, you bet I’ll be using this one!

Lensbaby Composer – This is Jason’s artsy lens. While it’s not used every day, it’s fantastic for creative, artsy shots.

Any questions about our photography equipment? Shoot us an email at jason [at] jasonwilliamsimages [dot] com or angela [at] jasonwilliamsimages [dot] com

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