Updated: Apr 7
I've always been a fan of the popular "What's in my camera bag?" vlogs, reviews, blogs, etc. And there are a few simple reasons why:
It show equipment that is relevant and being used and tested in real life, day-to-day scenarios. Therefore, it has to be useful and good equipment.
It says a lot about the person, and the way they work in their field.
There's always gear that I didn't know about, that, could improve my workflow and further allow me to develop as a creative individual.
With that said, I hope that by showing you the gear that accompanies me through university, particularly photography school, as an aspiring creative content creator, you'd be able to find something that can be valuable to your workflow. If you have any question, you can always send me a message.
This "University Edition" of What's In My Camera Bag, as the name suggests, it focuses on the gear I will need for university as I start the first semester of the year, at photography school. I will keep this post updated as my needs evolve throughout the year.
All photos taken by me (Well, except for the group photo, taken by my teacher).
So, without any further ado, let's get started!
Tamron EF 28-75mm F/2.8
Canon EF 50mm F/1.8 STM
Canon EFS 24mm F/2.8 STM
Promaster 67mm Variable ND Filter
Godox X2T-C Wireless Flash Trigger
Godox V1-C Flash Unit
Godox AK-R1 Accessory Kit for Godox V1, Godox AD200, Godox AD100
EDITING - POST PRODUCTION
Macbook Air 13"
Wacom Intuos Bluetooth Creative Pen Tablet S
Lacie 2TB USB-C Portable Hardrive
Great for urban exploration, low profile, very comfortable. I love that it is very customizable as well. I'm currently using a water bottle attachment and a pouch to carry my camera strap for quick access. A review of this particular backpack is on it's way!
Promaster Scout SC 423 tripod
Promaster Swift Strap 2 HD camera strap.
Victorinox Swiss Army knife. A fantastic tool for tightening tripod screws and loose pieces.
Godox VB26 extra battery for Godox V1 Flash.
4 Rayovac AA Disposable Batteries, you don't know you'll need them, until you do.