Main Camera - Fujifilm XT2 I love this camera, it has super fast auto focus, great dynamic range, superb handling of high iso in low light, dedicated dials to control all exposure settings, weather resistant and it's mirrorless meaning small and light. I have taken this camera to Weddingsacross Devon and it has never let me down.
Backup Camera - Fujifilm XT10 This is a great secondary camera to have. It maintains most of the benefits of my main camera, the XT2, while actually being smaller and lighter. I often use both cameras at the same time.
My main lenses are all primes (non zoom), they are smaller, faster, lighter and sharper.
Fujinon XF 23mm 2.0 WR This lens usually stays sat on the XT10. It is perfect for wide angle shots and is the fastest focusing lens I own. Also it's weather resistant so I can pop it on the XT2 for a fully weather resistant kit, ideal for any sudden downpours. Very common in Devon and our surrounding areas.
Fujinon XF 35mm 1.4 Perfect for when I need maximum amount of available light, the 1.4 aperture allows me to use fast shutter speeds and low iso to maintain sharp and clean images even in dimly lit settings, like a church at a Devon based Wedding.
Fujinon XF 50mm 2.0 WR This lens pretty much stays sat on the XT2. It is again weather resistant and is my most used lens. The auto focus is fast, images are sharp and it is great for flattering portrait images.
Fujinon XF 55-200mm 3.5-4.8 My only zoom lens. I use it mainly for wildlife photography or if I want to step out of a scene and be discreet. No one sees me taking photos this far away.
Vanguard Altapro 263AB2 A sturdy tripod that is light, easy to use and solid. Everything I need in a tripod. The windy conditions we experience in Exeter and Devon often necessitates the need for a tripod, even at Weddings.
Nissin i60 There are more powerful flashes around. This one though helps me to stay discreet by being a good size to match my mirrorless cameras. It's powerful enough to light a room and just gives me that edge when natural light is to low.
Hoya Polariser, ND4 and ND64 The Polariser helps to cut glare off shiny surfaces and the ND's are there to slow my camera down, allowing for some slow shutter effect images, like smoothing a frothy ocean.
Black Rapid RS Sport As the name suggests it's rapid. It allows full movement of the camera and can also keep both my hands free if I need to. With a clever sliding mechanism it is always within easy reach whilst being extremely comfortable.
Dual Black Rapid RS Sport As above but this one allows me to use two cameras at the same time.
Crumpler JackPack 3000 A great little shoulder bag, it offers a surprising amount of room inside for camera bodies and lenses. Its small side pockets are perfect for storing memory cards, filters and batteries.
Think Tank Perception Tablet Again this is a small bag, but this time it's a backpack. I use it for hiking and weddings. The top has pouches for all camera gear while underneath has storage for clothes, food or whatever you want to use it for.
Alienware Aurora 15 (custom) This is a super fast PC and allows me to quickly burn through editing images.
Dell Ultrasharp U2515H This monitor is a 2k display, it produces exceptionally sharp images, text and true to life colours. I also keep it calibrated with a SpyderPro.
Lightroom I use Lightroom for nearly all my image editing. It is perfect for filing photos as well as editing them. I shoot in raw, so coupled with Lightroom I can bring out details and enhance images as I see fit.
Photoshop I don't really need to say much about this, if I need to do something drastic then I have the power of Photoshop.
Canon Pixma 1050 A great all round printer and it produces stunning photographs when paired with Canon photo paper. It also does a great job of printing out any text documents that I need.