Cameras, lenses and lights are the tools I use to capture my images.
Computers and software turn the un-molded clay of my digital files into finished works that are suitable for commerce.
An eight color giclée printer turns the digital files into artist’s proofs and fine art prints.
Hard drives and cloud services archive and protect my works for ongoing and undiscovered uses.
I purchase at retail and own all of my equipment personally. The brand names don’t matter to me and I am a frequent switcher of systems. I am constantly experimenting with adaptive re-use of vintage lights and lenses.
No company sponsors me nor do I accept paid endorsements, but if you want my opinion on gear or tools just ask and I’ll bend your ear for quite a while.
About the author: I am Stephen Kennedy, an experienced photographer specializing in creating environmental on-location portraits and corporate photo libraries for blue chip companies.