Wednesday, February 11, 2009

EQUIPMENT

I get emails often about what equipment I use... so here it is:

Coming in the mail: Nikon D700
Nikon D300
50 mm 1.4
85 mm 1.8 (favorite lens right now)
17-55 mm 2.8 (favorite wedding lens)
28-70mm 2.8 (will be selling this one soon)
70-200mm 2.8

21 comments:

YCM the blog... said...

are you going to be selling your
d300?

Becky Abernathy said...

If you dont have a buyer for that 28-70 2.8...let me know...seriously!
Btw...LOVE your work!
info@abernathyphotographics.com

Kathy Marciante said...

So nice of you to share!!

Melissa with Soul Mates Photography said...

i've been a blog stalker for awhile... thanks so much for posting your gear! I love that you're not a gear head-- but you know how to use that you've got. you work is amazing!

thanks again!

Can We Be Frank said...

cool... now how about some freebie tips on post processing?
-K

Dawn said...

I have the D300, love it! Would you be willing to share some tips on your favorite in camera settings?

Anonymous said...

I've got to hand it to you, your photos are by far some of the brightest, clear, hot colored images I have ever come across. I keep comming back to see what you have new posted, and am in total amazement everytime. I guess I'm hopeing that over time maybe I'll be able to absorb just a tinny fraction of your color technic thru the monitor. Keep up the great work.

Follow Your Art Photography said...

You suck!! I am so drooling over the D700!! You'll have to let me know how much you love it! I just splurged on the 85mm 1.4. I too loved my 85mm 1.8 and I just kept hearing that the 1.4 is really such a great upgrade, we'll see mine is in the mail too!!

Vanessa said...

Lucky girl...on the new camera! How are you?

Jess said...

Canon is better!!!!!!!!!!

Follow Your Art Photography said...

Ok so you don't suck...I'm just so jealous!!

jeri hoag said...

Are you going to share yet what you do to get your subjects skin so smooth? Do you use Portraiture? If so, what settings? I'm amazed at how good their skin looks. I always enjoy seeing your work! Thanks!

Pearson Tribe said...

Thanks for the list....now I wanna know what lighting setup you use in your studio!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

It is almost like giving away your famous recipe -- for the rest of the photography community to take and do what they want with, when you give away your post production techniques and camera settings etc. IF people want the info, make 'em pay.....host a webinar or charge a seminar fee. It's like I tell people who ask for my specialty recipes. "just enjoy eating it when I give it to you and don't ask questions." Seriously, your photography is like eye candy. If you disclose what you do, everyone will try to imitate what you do. Let it be yours!

Micha W. said...

Lovin' your photos!! I have been stalking your blog for a while too. Great templates as well! I have the D700 and D300, Love them both!!

christina said...

Yipee! I just got my d700 for valentines and now since you have yours you can teach me a little something extra when I come out!

LookieLooSuz said...

I would love to buy your 28-70mm. I have a question though. I was told (at Pictureline) that the 17-55mm doesn't work for the full frame of the D700 but the 28-70mm does. Do you know which is true?

Thanks for the amazing work you do.

Britton said...

Angie,
Hello! I am just starting and have a great lens already the 50mm 1.8- I know small and cheap but AWESOME!~
Wondering if you recommend getting the 70-200mm or the 85mm next? Since budget is an issue...what would you do? Know you are super busy..so THANKS A TON!!

Angie Monson said...

Britton, I would get the 85 1.8, it is about $400.

Jennifer Weiss said...

I think it's awesome that you are willing to share what's in your bag. Thanks for sharing! BTW, I LOVE your work!

Kaela Cusack said...

did you already sell your 28-70? i'm in the market. i recently bought the d300 and shot a wedding with it today-i'm loving it! let me know.
thanks,
kaela
kcusack.blogspot.com
kaela@poepping.org