My Gear


Landscape Phototgraphy Gear

Canon 6D - My favourite camera I've used so far. Perfect for how I like to shoot my photographs and a great dynamic range.

Canon 16-35mm f4 L IS USM - I recently switched to this from the 16-35mm f2.8 L mark ii and I have to say I'm loving it. The addition of the IS ensures sharp images for me.

Canon 50mm f1.4 - The bokeh on this lens is absolutely gorgeous. I mostly use this for my Behind the Photo series.

Canon 70-200mm f4 L IS USM - Much smaller & lighter to my previous 70-200mm f2.8 L IS USM but is the reason I made the change. Not as sharp as the f2.8 but still a great lens.

Tamron 90mm f2.8 Macro 1:1 - An absolutely fantastic lens, so sharp. I love finding reasons to bring it out and photograph with it.

Novo Photo CBH-40 Ball Head - I switched to Novo Photo for their ball head it offered everything I was looking, stylish, practical and also incorporated the Arca Swiss Quick Release system.

Vanguard Alta Pro 263AB Tripod - Possibly the best tripod on the market as it is jammed full features at a very affordable price. The SBH-100 ball head that comes with it is great, just not what I was looking for.

Tamrac Evolution 8 - This bag has been discontinued and replaced by the Corona 26. My brother surprised me with this a Christmas present and I don't know how I traveled around before this. Extremely durable and compact.

Hoya Pro 82mm 10 stop filter - A great filter for the price.

Hoya Pro 82mm Circular Polariser - A great filter for the price.

SanDisk 64GB SD cards - A great SD card, fast transfer speed and reliable

Samsung 64GB SD card - This is a surprisingly good SD card, I'd normally just stick with SanDisk.

iGadgitz 3 Pocket Lens Filter - Small and handy for carry all my filters together.

Andoer L Bracket - A cheap L bracket which works with the Arca Swiss system.

Haoge 140mm Nodal Slide - I use this for macro photography for moving into focus. When combined with the L bracket it makes for a great option for capturing panoramas.

Neewer Intervalometer - This makes it so easy to go from shooting a single photo to time lapses for cameras like mine which does not have the time lapse feature built in.

Movo Photo NS-9 Sling Strap - A great alternative to the Peak design quick release straps.


My Youtube Video Gear

Canon 70D - This is a great camera with a brilliant auto focus system. I enjoy using it for both my Youtube videos and Behind the Photo series.

Canon 17-55mm f2.8 IS USM - An all round combination with the 70D, keeps me covered for majority of the shots I'm looking to capture on my videos.

Joby GorillaPod SLR Zoom - A handy tripod for doing some hand helf vlogging.

Andoer Ball Head - A cheap and cheerful ball head for my GorillaPod as it has the Arca Swiss system

Vanguard Alta Pro 263AB Tripod - This is such a good tripod, I got a second one from video work and vlogging.

Andoer Video Fluid Drag Head - An affordable video fluid drag head which can hold up to 15kg in weight. Combined with the Vanguard tripod is the ultimate set without breaking the bank.

Hoya Pro Variable ND Filter - An essential piece of equipment while shooting outdoors, this keeps my settings as cinematic as possible to maintain a consistant professional look and feel across my videos.

Zoom H1 Handy Recorder - It does what it is says on the tin, brilliant audio quality from both the preamp and built-in mics.

JK MIC-J 044 Lavalier Mic - Possibly the best mic you buy as it is so cheap with extremely good audio quality.

Takstar SGC-598 Shotgun Mic - Again an amazing microphone for the price, I think it's even better than the much more expensive, Rode Videomic Pro.

Neewer Deadcat Windshield - Blocks wind great, doesn't properly fit the Takstar but a rubberband can solve that.

Andoer 3-Wheel Motorized Dolly Slider - Possibly one of the coolest pieces of equipment I own. 

Andoer Flex Tilt Head - A brilliant design for some cool applications and is what I use to achieve my overhead shots.

Yunteng VCT-288 Video Monopod - A very lightweight monopod which I used extensively while filming my timelapse video. The feet can also be used independently and will hold a ball head for ultra low angles.

Yongnuo YN300ii LED Lights (x3) - A great set of lights which can change from 3200-5500k. 

Neewer 5 in 1 Reflector & Holder - I use the diffuser along with my Yongnuo LED lights to light the scenes on my Youtube videos.