Today I wanted to show you what kind of gear I use to create my pictures.
I will start of with the most simple things:
- Camera: Nikon D7200*
- Lens: Nikon 35mm f/1.8* (Portraits)
- Lens 2: Nikon 10-24mm f/3.5-4.5* (Landscape)
- Lens 3: Nikon 18-300mm f/3.5-5.6* (Allrounder)
- Backpack: PeakDesign Everyday Backpack 20L*
- Filters: Hoya Pro ND1000*
I can really recommend the Nikon D7200 for nealry every kind of photographer. It is not that expensive but a good allrounder for different types of photographs (portrait, landscape and so on). The 35mm lens is perfect for portrait photography, the bokeh effect is gorgeous! And for people who are into landscape photography and never used a 10mm lens, try out the Nikon 10-24mm (or any other lens with the same focal length). You will be surprised how much of the landscape will fit into your picture!
The next and most often last step is the post processing. I started post processing with Adobe Lightroom and I never wanted to change since then. Lightroom is easy to handle. It has great options to organize your pictures and the editing options are more than sufficient. Gear I use to edit:
- Adobe Lightroom Classic* (editing software)
- Custom built Computer
- Dell XPS 13″* (Laptop for editing on-the-go)
- Seagate Expansion Portable 4000GB* (External HDD for backup)
I hope I could inspire any of the photographers out here with some new gear to try out!
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