The Essentials in My Camera Bag

my camera gear

1) Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II Camera Lens
This lens is the first upgrade I made in my own collection after my kit lenses. I love the bokeh that it gives and I think prime lenses are great for the cheaper price if you’re taking portraits. This works fantastic in low light.

2) Tamron AF 18-270mm f/3.5-6.3

The Tamron lenses aren’t mine, because I don’t have money flowing out of my pockets. However, I get a ton of use out of them (thanks Mom for letting me borrow)! This lens has a great zoom and is super sharp. It’s a great everyday lens to use in all sorts of situations.

3) Gracie Butterscotch
I am in love with this camera bag. I took it with me this summer to San Francisco and it was a great alternative to my ugly black camera bag that came with my camera. The color is super versatile (but the mint color is adorable) and this bag holds a ton, not only in the removable compartments but also in the roomy top and multiple pockets.

4) Tamron AF 60mm f/2.0

This lens is the love of my life. I’ve used it for several senior portrait shoots and the quality is incredible. It works great in low light situations and the colors turn out very crisp.

5) Canon EOS Rebel T3 with 18-55mm Lens + Canon EF 75-300mm f/4-5.6 Lens
This camera is my baby. I love the ability to do both video and photo and it’s a great entry-level DSLR, especially for someone like me who’s still learning! I got my camera as a Black Friday deal two years ago, but these are the same kit lenses that came with it.

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    1. they’re both incredible, but it totally depends on what kind of photos you’re looking to take and whether you have a crop sensor or not!

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