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Danny’s camera gear 

I am a Nikon user through and through. I use the Nikon D800e to capture my Landscape images and as a landscape photographer I find this to be an amazing camera for capturing a huge amount of detail in my images. This in turn allows me to create quite large prints. I use a range of lenses to help capture my images. They are 16-35mm, 24-70mm, 70-200mm, 50mm or my 105mm. These cameras and lenses are Nikon’s finest examples of precision photographic equipment and I would use nothing less when capturing the beautiful landscapes I see or the images I create for both my private and commercial clients.

Other accessories I use are Really Right Stuff tripod heads and Induro tripods. To carry all my gear around I use many different bags. Each situation calls for a certain type of bag. Whether I’m hiking to a location for a landscape shoot, on a commercial job or shooting a wedding.I may need a shoulder bag or a backpack, and some of the brands I use are F-Stop, Tamrac and Lowepro.

Do you need some advice about your camera ?

Do you have questions about what photography gear to buy ? Are you looking for some help with making some tough decisions on what lens is the right one for you? Request a chat with Danny and he’ll do his best to put your mind at ease. Buying camera gear is not the easiest thing to do if you don’t understand all of the jargon. Fill in the form to the left and Danny will be in touch to arrange a time to chat. And no, there is no fee. This is just one passionate photography trying to help others with the same passion.

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AF-S Nikkor 16-35mm f/4

When it comes to shooting landscapes, the 16-35mm is my go to lens. I would say that 90% of my photos are shot very wide at 16mm. This particular lens is a great option for shooting landscape. It’s very sharp and has amazing depth of Field which are both equally important to me. This is the lens for me when I’m capture my landscape images.

“I Use NIKON Cameras”

I have been using Nikon cameras and lenses for many years and I love the quality of their gear. I have been using the D800e since its first release and I have never been let down but I have recently upgraded to the new Nikon D850. The picture quality is amazing and the dynamic range is second to none. I know that whenever I take my camera out to capture a scene, the D850 is more than capable.

AF-S NIKKOR 24-70MM F/2.8

The Nikon 24-70 mm lens is definitely one for the bag. It’s tack sharp and produces beautiful images. It offers great variety in focal lenghts for when you don’t need something as wide as the 16-35mm. This lens also  produces much less distortion and can but used in a much broader  sense lending itself to genre’s such as portraiture, wedding and commercial photography.

Your Carera gear will last you for many years if you look after it well.

Filters

Filters are a great tool to have in your bag. I use a selection of polarizer, Neutral Density and Graduated Filters. Lee Filters are my brand of Choice.

Tripods

A Tripod is a very important piece of kit for a landscape photographer. I cannot stress enough the importance of a good tripod when trying to get sharp images. I use Induro Tripods.

Camera Bags

There are so many good camera bags on the market today. I personally use a variety of bags and I have a differnt bag for every situation. I use Think Tank, F-Stop and Tamrac Bags.

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