My Gear

I started with photography in 2015 when I bought my first DSLR, a Nikon D5300 with 18-140 kit lens. As my photography progressed, I slowly started upgrading my gear. Though I truly believe the gear you use isn’t as important as knowing how to set up and use your camera, investing in better gear can make a difference when it comes to functions, ease of use and image quality & sharpness for large printing.

Here's a list of the photography gear I am currently using:

Camera:

For my main camera I use the Nikon D850. This high resolution full frame DSLR has faithfully served me during all my photography adventures since I upgraded from the D810. It offers excellent image quality and all the necessary tools I need as a landscape photographer.

Lenses:

The lenses I preferably use during all of my photography are the Nikon ‘holy trinity’ for landscape photography. They do not only provide great image quality, but are smaller and lighter compared to (Nikon's) larger aperture lenses.

   o Nikon 16-35 f4

   o Nikon 24-120 f4

   o Nikon 70-200 f4

Other lenses I use are:

  o Nikon 50mm f1.8

  o Nikon 85mm f1.8 

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Tripods:

For most of my photography adventures, I use the Leofoto Summit Series tripod and NB-40 ball head as my main all-purpose tripod. Be sure to check out a full in-depth review here.

Sometimes during I travel, I need a more light weight and compact tripod, in which instance the Gitzo Traveler Series 2 is my go to tripod.


Filter kit:

For photography that requires the use of filters (eg. long exposures) I use the amazing H&Y K-series Magnetic filter system and its various filters. Check out a full in-depth review here.


Camera bags:

For years I have used my trusty Lowepro Protactic Series 450AW as my main camera bag. This versatile bag offers plenty of space for my full kit, while remaining relatively light weight and offering great protection. When I  don’t need my full gear or like to travel light , I use its smaller sibling, the Lowepro Protactic Series 350AWII. This second generation Protactic camera bag has several improvements and is more compact yet still holds most of my essential gear.


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