Photographing any event usually requires a minimum on three stages, which basically is Pre-Production, Production and Post Production. First being the planning stage (Pre-Production), this is where you may wish to consider aspects such as the location, venue, advertising and what you feel you would need at the event. Second part (Production) is linked to latter part, such as what equipment is required and the lighting available or could be required. Lastly, the third part (Post- Production) are the elements for what happens after the event with the photos. This could include editing the photos, printing, sharing or storage to name a few example.
In summary, this is a basic overview of the workflow process I utilise, which on this page, I have include information on the equipment I have available for production and later, post-production work.
I use a collect of different camera systems and I usually carry a minimum of two cameras with me. In this section, I have listed the available equipment, which I can use onsite at live events and for photo shoots. I specialise mainly in live events and only carry equipment, which is portable. Should your photo shoot require anything else, please specify this in your query on the contact form.
Samsung Gear 360
Canon 70-200 mm f/2.8L IS 2 USM
Prime Lens (Fixed Length)
Canon 50 mm f/1.4 USM
I also have access to the Signma Mount Converter MC-11 FE-EF, allowing Canon lens to be used on Sony camera systems.
Canon Speedlite 580EX 2 Flash Unit
Hahnel Modus 600RT Speedlight Pro Kit for Canon
Hahnel Modus 600RT Wireless Camera Kit for Sony
NOTE - Before each photo shoot, all required equipment is logged on my system with serial numbers for insurance purposes before leaving the premises.
I have access to Windows and Mac OSX based computer systems managing photo, with access to online storage. This consists of:
NOTE - If you require the photos immediately after the event, please specify if you require a storage device and the photo requirements, such as in RAW or JPEG film formats.