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The man behind the Camera

Born and raised on planet Earth. Love everything that has a lens attached to it. Coffee addict. And yes I do photoshop all my work.


You’re not going far in your Photography without the right photography gear. Gear is not going to make you a better photographer, but it will certainly help in your endeavour.

I am not going to review any gear I own, as there are plenty of reviews out there for every  gadget under the sun, but, I am just going to list the gear I use in case you ever wondered what goes in my bag.


DSLRs & Compact

Nikon D800: My main full frame DSLR. Versatile and Capable of anything I throw at it.

Nikon D80: My first DSLR. Old but still produces sharp images if coupled with a sharp lens.

Sony RX100 IV: Professional photographer camera in a small pocketable body. Best camera for when you don’t want to carry heavy equipments around.


Nikkor Lenses

  • 24-70mm f/2.8G ED
  • 16-35mm f/4G AF-S ED VR
  • 70-300mm f/4.5-6.3 AF-P G ED DX
  • 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 G ED DX
  • 10.5mm f/2.8G AF-S DX Fisheye
  • 50mm f/1.4 AF D


  • 50mm 2.8 DG Macro


Gitzo Tripod

  • Explorer GT2531EX

Gitzo Head

  • GH2750QR Series 2 Off Center Magnesium Ballhead


  • 785B Travel Tripod with head


You spent a lot of money buying your gear so you might as well spend more to protect it. Camera bags are essential equipments to carry and protect your expensive gadgets.

  • Billingham Hadley One (Black): Top quality material and build. Small in size, making it perfect for traveling, yet can easily hold full frame body with 2 lenses, filters and other essentials accessories.



Speed Lights & Diffusers

I haven’t got involved deeply in Flash photography, however, SpeedLight is almost a must in every photographer bag (Because you never know when you will need one, right?)

  • Nikon SB 700: Easy to use and have good specifications for starting up in Flash photography. It comes with pluggable diffusers with different colours.
  • Gary Fong collapsible Lightsphere Flash Diffuser: When starting with Flash photography, this gadget is almost a must. Diffusers are great way to play with light and explore different ways to shoot your subject.