As we both upload photos to our Eyeem account, I thought you’d want to know something about my gear too.
I’m currently using a Nikon d3200 which I bought in 2011. The supplied kit lens was a 18-105mm f/5.6 lens which I used all the time until I bought a 50mm f/1.8 in March this year. I love close-ups and blurry backrounds with the 50mm. I use this lens most when photographing nature. My 18-105 is very practical for wide ladscapes and when shooting in the city.
Not very long ago, I bought a Neewer battery grip with a second battery to have that extra batterylife (Patona EN-EL14). As tripod, I’m using a combfoto tabletop tripod, which is very compact when folded together (max. height ~ 50cm | min. ~20cm). I have one polarization filter (52mm diameter) for my 50mm f/1.8.
I’m transferring my photos from the camera to an Ipad air 2 via the Nikon WU-1a wireless adaptor.
-this blogpost was written on the 9th October 2016 by Jack
Shot with the 50mm f/1.8.
In this very first blogpost I’ll write you about my camera equipment that I use since I started photography, but some things I bought later to complete my accessories collection.
My camera that I bought in 2012 was the Canon EOS 600D (Canon 600D), a beginner camera with a 18 megapixel sensor, with the Kit lens 18-55mm f/5.6 lens (18-55mm lens). Later, I bought the Canon 18-200 f/5.6 (18-200mm lens) and the Canon 50mm f/1.8 lens (50mm lens). These two lenses are my favorite lenses, that I ever bought: The 18-200 is a good allrounder, good for city and architecture photography and my 50mm f/1.8 is a good and ultra sharp lens for night photography and has a really unique style.
Other accessories are my photo bag tat I’m using in the moment is the “TnB Xtend” one-camera bag (TnB camera bag) with a PeakDesign “Camera Clip” (PeakDesign camera clip), the “Fotodiox SP II sun shade” (Fotodiox sun shade 72mm), the “Walimex PRO” polarizing filter (Polarizing filter) and the MacBook 12″, on which I am tiping this blogpost about my equipment.
-this blogpost was written on the 4th October 2016 by Max