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Feb 11, 2016 08:37 as a reply to  @ post 17894197 |  #16

Neither of those things. Beach, forest, vineyards, dress shots the list goes on.


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Feb 12, 2016 15:41 |  #17

5d3, 6d,70d
Sigma 35, 85, Canon 24-70, 70-200.... more details see my signature.


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Feb 18, 2016 23:57 as a reply to  @ post 17894144 |  #18

He excels at being difficult...


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Feb 19, 2016 01:13 |  #19

600d
6d
24-70 2.8
70-200 2.8
50 1.8
85 1.8
35 2
60 macro

A belt to holster two cameras with a pouch for one speedlite and another pouch for a prime

Three speedlights, one of which is ttl

A boot (trunk in the US) full of light modifiers in case the weather is bad and the formal need to be shot indoors.

Spare batteries, memory cards, AA's, juice, snack bars, change of clothes, a towel for the one day in the uk when it's really hot, cleaning stuff for lens and camera, and a smile. Oh and the guest list for organising the formals.

Hoping to replace the 600d with the 7dmk2 this year.




  
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Feb 19, 2016 09:46 |  #20

I use:

This is my gear that comfortably fits into my Think Tank Airport International:
2x 7D Mark I cameras
70-200 f/2.8L IS
17-55 f/2.8 IS
2x 580EXII flashes
2x YN600-EX-RT flashes
2x YN-E3-RT triggers
2x YN-E3-RX receivers (for the Canon 580EXII flashes)
1 External battery pack for flash
Black Rapid dual strap with the Joey pockets on the front (thinking about switching to Spider holster)
2x Peak Design wrist straps permanently attached to each camera (even when using the BR dual strap)
64x Eneloop Pro batteries
6x 16Gb CF cards
Stofens for the Canon flashes. The Yongnuos came with a Stofen equivalent.
Magmod gels, grids and modifiers
Large rogue flashbender
Sekonic L-358 light meter
Polariser
Small Penlight Flashlight
Call cards
A pen
Rain covers for gear and bag
While it isn't for weddings per se, I also have a Vello wireless trigger in the bag for group shots where I am in them (Personal family events, weddings etc).

I then have a lightstand bag that has:
2x 8ft air cushioned lightstands
1x 43" collapsible shoot through umbrella with cover
1x 60" shoot through umbrella
1x Westcott Apollo 28" softbox
Assortment of creative gels
Gaff tape
Gorilla tape
Several A clamps of differing sizes
1x Justin clamp

I also carry a Manfrotto MT055CXPRO4 055 Carbon Fiber 4-Section Tripod with the MHXPRO-3W X-PRO 3-Way Head in a separate bag, and a 5-in-1 reflector.
The tripod only comes out if taking shots where I have to be in them, or if I am planning to do a composite where the background is very blown out and my flashes can't overpower the sun so I expose for the background and then use my flashes to light the subject and then slip the people shots into the properly exposed background shot.




  
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Feb 19, 2016 09:49 |  #21

5dlll
5dll
1Dslll ( backup camera)

16-35ll
24-70ll
70-200ll
35L
85L
90macro
2x canon 580 ex flashes

The above I take to every wedding,

I also might take
135L
45ts
14

Plus I take four Cheetah lights, modifiers and stands. Some gels and other odds and ends.


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Feb 19, 2016 10:03 as a reply to  @ jcolman's post |  #22

What do you use to carry your gears, Jim?


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Feb 19, 2016 15:49 |  #23

D3s
Gripped d700
15-30 tamron
24 1.4
35 1.4
50 1.8
85 1.8
105 2.8
70-200
sb910
2x sb700
8x 16gb 1066x cards
reflector (if im not solo)


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Feb 20, 2016 08:36 |  #24

Tigerkn wrote in post #17904490 (external link)
What do you use to carry your gears, Jim?

A thinktank airport international case traveler case. It holds two cameras, six lenses and two speed lights.

I use a thinktank backpack for the extra gear ( which stays in the car).

I use a pelican case for my lights. My four stands are simply strapped onto my pelican case with bungee cords.

When I fly on assignment, I use a soft case for my light stands, but it only holds three stands so I make do with one less stand. If I'm shooting a wedding on location, I'll pack my lights into a large suitcase with my clothes instead of taking the pelican case.


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Feb 20, 2016 12:29 |  #25

Thank you Jim!


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Mar 02, 2016 17:34 |  #26

7d gripped 15-85mm 430 exii

7d ii - 24-70 L f4 580ii ex ii

sony a99 gripped 24-70 carl zeiss

sony fdr ax1

sony hdv fx1

sony fs5 (not in picture)


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Mar 03, 2016 03:22 as a reply to  @ bih92's post |  #27

What bag do you use to carry all this?


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Mar 04, 2016 04:31 |  #28

I carry a lot of stuff - extra lenses and batteries, light stands, lights and umbrellas, backup camera, tripod, blah blah blah. But I can usually get through the entire day (except for the altar shots) with a Canon 5D Mkii, a 24-105mm f/4 zoom and a 70-200mm f/2.8 zoom, and a Quantum Trio on a Turbo battery with a Fong Lightsphere. It's that simple.


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Mar 09, 2016 15:12 |  #29

Been very happy with my setup for a few seasons now.

5D3 x 3
50 1.2
85 1.2
45 TS
24 1.4
100 2.8
24-70 mk2

And for a bit of fun a Hassy 500Cm + CZ 80mm 2.8


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Mar 10, 2016 10:15 |  #30

Canon 5D mkiii
Canon 7D mkii
Canon 7D mki
17-40L
24-105L
70-200L
85L
50mm mki
430 exii
600 rt
24 inch soft box
various stands.
and loads of other stuff


EOS 5D mkiii EOS 7Dmkii EOS 7D+BG E7 Grip.17-40 L. 24-105 L IS. 70-200 L F2.8 IS. Canon 85L f1.2 mkii Canon 100L f2.8 IS macro Canon 100 - 400L is MKii. Canon 600 EX-RT.Canon 430 EX MKII, canon 50mm F1.8 mk1 lens,10 stop B+W ND filter
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