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Pentax K-1 ii

This Pentax has served me in every environment I have been in. Due to its comfortable design and water-resistant housing I have never had to worry about being outside in intense weather situations. The roomy viewfinder, articulated LCD, in-camera stabilization all help streamline the process to getting the shot I’m looking for. Even at night, the 36.4 full frame megapixel sensor and star tracker mode allow me the opportunity to capture the stars with an ease that I haven’t seen from other cameras. These all make this camera a better choice for me than comparable ones from Canon or Nikon.

Pentax 24-70mm f2.8

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Pentax 24-70mm f2.8

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Pentax K1 mark ii

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Pentax 50mm f1.4


Pentax the 70-200mm F2.8

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Pentax 70-200mm f2.8

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Pentax 150-450mm f4.5


Sony A7R iii 


This Sony is a lightweight versatile mirrorless camera with amazing face and eye autofocus. A 42.2  megapixel full frame sensor, along with the ability to go up to higher ISO settings, and up to 10 fps continuous shooting help me capture most of the portraits I take. This camera has been my go-to for last minute adventures and late night portrait shoots for years.


Sony A7R iii

Zeiss 55mm f1.8

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Zeiss 16-35mm f4


Zeiss 55mm f1.8


Zeiss 16-35mm f4

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DJI Mini 3 Pro

The DJI Mini 3 Pro is the newest addition to my arsenal of tools. Being under the weight of FAA’s licensing requirement, and with a wide range of creative options, including time lapse and tracking modes, it gives me the freedom to explore what shots I can get from a whole new perspective. I see it as the perfect supplement to capture dramatic moments on my adventures in 4k that I haven’t been able to do before.

DJI Mini 3 Pro 

The  SC-Epson P800 printer, is the most important tool I have. I can print from the smallest size at 6” x 9” to 17”x25 1/2” and I am also able to do panoramics at a monstrous size of 17”x 129”. 


SC-Epson P800 printer

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