My gear

There's almost as many configurations and types of gear as there are photographers; 35mm digital and film, single lens reflex (SLR & DSLR) , Medium Format (MF), Large Format, cropped sensor and micro3/4 cameras, twin lens reflex (TLR), rangefinders, technical cameras, etc., etc.

The first camera I ever bought and owned was (and still is) an Olympus OM1 (film camera). I still shoot with it on occasions these days.

I also have a range of other film cameras that I use; a Rolleicord TLR, a canon 3000 and my trusty Olympus OM1. The Canon is a bit special to me as it something which I inherited from my father when he passed away a few years ago.

I also have a range of day-to-day digital cameras, with which I do the majority of my work.

These are my working camera tools;

I use a range of professional level lenses

  • 50mm f1.4
  • 17-40mm f4  L series
  • 24-70mm f2.8 L series
  • 70-200mm f2.8
  • 24-105mm f4 L series
  • 85mm f1.8
  • 35mm f1.4 L series

My gear also includes a range of professional Canon Speedlite flashes and triggers, light modifiers (bounce, scrim and soft boxes), as well as Manfroto tripods and shutter release cables, etc.

I also use a studio camera;

I use a range of professional Hasselblad lenses

  • 35mm
  • 80mm
  • 120mm macro
  • 50-110mm

In my studio I also use professional studio flashes and triggers, light modifiers

Why use Medium Format?