ThinkTank Photo Airport International V2: This is the bag that I’m packing up and taking with me about 90% of the time because I can fit everything that I need. I’m able to pack up my two bodies, lenses, speedlight and all the accessories that I could potentially need on a shoot. It’s super handy to carry with the telescoping handle and wheels and it fits the regulations for International Carry-On luggage! That makes it the perfect bag to travel with if you have to travel for any of your photo shoots.




Ona Camps Bay: I’m kind of in love with this bag. It’s the perfect bag to take with you when you don’t need to lug around absolutely everything that you own. The big perk for me is that it doesn’t look like a camera bag at all so I’m not a walking advertisement for the thousands of dollars of gear I’m carrying with me. I can still pack all my bodies, lenses and speedlight but not all of the extra accessories. This is more of my editorial/lifestyle bag when I want to go out and shoot with a smaller setup.



Kata PL-LW-97W: Absolutely horrible name but a BEAST of a bag. This thing is nearly three and a half feet tall and carries all of my lighting gear (minus my softboxes). I can lug around 4 of my Einstein 640s, 2 Vagabond minis, a couple PLMs, a bunch of miscellaneous grip and still have room for more! Yes, it’s heavy but I love being able to have all of my lighting gear in one place. When I’m off to a shoot where I’m going to use my studio strobes I can just wheel this bag out and know I have everything that I need.  There’s a smaller and larger version of this bag too. I would have gone with the biggest size but I couldn’t fit it in my car!



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