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Jan 21, 2012

what's in my camera bag

Over the past year, my stash of camera equipment has grown exponentially.
Besides maybe my laptop, my camera is probably the one material object I'd save in a fire.  It goes almost everywhere with me (thanks to my beautiful Kelly Moore bag!).  
I'm a Nikon gal, and, as you'll see, I'm pretty loyal to the brand.  
Here's a run-down of my most-used equipment!
I do most of my shooting with the D7000 and my favorite lens is the 50mm f/1.4.  For a good mid-range (and fairly inexpensive) zoom, the 18-105mm really does perform nicely.  
Adding the Bower battery grip to the D7000 not only makes it feel like an even more solid camera, but it balances it nicely.  There are shutter release and aperture/shutter speed control dials on the battery grip, so when you're shooting in portrait, you don't have to bend your wrist around the top or bottom of the body.
Finally, the bag.  Oh, that bag.  I've talked about it before, but it's the most wonderful bag ever.  It's incredibly stylish (people don't believe me when I tell them it's a camera bag!) and it's oh-so-roomy!  I love it, and highly recommend it!

Are you a photographer?  What's in your camera bag?


  1. Look at all those lenses!! :) Dang girl!

  2. I have that SAME camera bag! I won it in a twitter giveaway (yay!) but I also have another of her bags that I bought myself and I LOVE THEM SO MUCH. I'm looking to get a new lens for my Nikon but the one I want is so expensive! :(

  3. Where did you buy your insert for the bag? and how much? What is your second favorite lens in your bag after the 50mm for portraits? Would you buy a second lens or save up for a 50D if you had a rebel t1i?


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