1. Camera Systems.
Starting with camera bodies, I use the most current and high-performing camera bodies available to date, the Sony a900 for primary and Sony a850 for backup bodies.
I am not a big fan of changing between lenses all the time. There are no major differences between these two cameras and I switching between both cameras with the different lenses on it to serve two different purposes.
I purchases only high-end quality lenses in order to get the best sharpness, contrast and saturation straight from my camera. My lenses consist of multiple:
Sony 24-70mm f/2.8 Carl Zeiss Vario Sonnar - standard zoom lens This is my primary lens for weddings that Is on my camera at all times.
Sony Carl Zeiss Planar T 85mm f/1.4 - ideal for portrait photography
Sony 50mm f/1.4
The Sigma 24-70mm f2.8 IF EX DG HSM lens is ideal for general photography such as snapshots, portraiture and landscapes. I use this lens for backup.
I don’t always handle big lenses, but when I do, it’s the Sony 70-200mm f2.8 G SSM. I’ve been a Sony shooter for a long time, but the closest I ever got to this lens was Minolta’s beercan, the 80-200mm f/2.8, which has been a joy to use and my new Sony is a strong addition to my kit.
Sony Alpha HVL-F58AM flash w/remote triggering system and system allows the flash to maintain a proper lighting position, even when shooting vertically. Great for portrait photography .
Sony Alpha HVL-F42AM flash I use this Flash us the fill light or back light
External power box
This is a must for event photography such as weddings. It is an external power source for the Speedlight. This thing ensuring a stable power supply for the speedlite, greatly increasing the number of flashes, and reducing recycling time.
4. Photography Accessories.
The vertical grip automatically switches to backup battery power for uninterrupted shooting during long photo sessions.
5. Work Stations.
Intel Core i5 3350P(3.10GHz) 12GB DDR3 1TB HDD Capacity NVIDIA GeForce GT 620 1GB Windows 8
6. Software and Computer Accessories
Adobe Lightroom V4