Wallflower Wedding Photography | Our Wedding Gear



We understand that when you hire us you want to make sure we have the equipment to get the images you desire. Below is a list of our main equipment we use.  Rest assured, regardless of the situation we are ready to capture the moment!


        Our Cameras
Our equipment starts with our main camera, which Shel uses and it's a  Canon EOS 5d Mark III,  which was selected as the 2012 Camera of the Year by Popular Photography Magazine.  To read a full review, please go to: http://www.popphoto.com/gear/2012/12/2012-camera-year-canon-eos-5d-mark-iii

This is Bill's main camera, the Canon EOS 6d.  This 20 megapixel full-frame camera is capable of taking beautiful images. To read a full review, please go to: http://www.digitalcamerareview.com/default.asp?newsID=5340&review=canon+EOS+6D+full+frame

This is Shel's second camera, the 2011 Canon EOS 60d.  This is a high-quality 18 MP camera which is more then capable of getting great shots.  For more details about this great camera, please refer to this review in Popular Photography magazine:  http://www.popphoto.com/gear/2011/01/lab-test-canon-60d
This is Bill's second camera, the Canon EOS 650d/T4iHere is a full review for this camera: http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/canon-eos-650d-rebel-t4i
  Our Primary Lenses

This is Shel's primary lens, the Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USM Telephoto Zoom Lens, for Canon SLR Cameras. Gee that's a long name for a really great lens! What's great about it? Glad you asked, first off it allows Shel to stand far away and capture your moments so you don't even know when she is taking a picture! Secondly, it has image stabilization built in which ensures we get the shot, when we need it! Finally, its ability to quickly focus is unmatched!  To read more about this lens, which is known as the professional wedding photographer's best friend, please read this review:


Shel's mid-range lens,and the favorite of many wedding photographers, is the Canon EF24-70mm f/2.8L II USM Standard zoom lens.  This lens is just great at what it does, from great group shots, to having the magical ability to capture a wide-view when you need one, this is truly the world's greatest mid-range zoom lens. To read a review, please go here: 


While zoom lenses provide more flexibility, the prime Canon EF 50mm f/1.2 lens is hugely popular with wedding photographers because of its image quality, small size, lightweight, and great ability to capture low-light indoor photography images. For a full review, please go here: 



  When its time to take a wide-angle view, there is nothing like the Canon EF 14mm/2.8 USM L II lens. To read about what makes this lens so special, please see: http://www.the-digital-picture.com/Reviews/Canon-EF-14mm-f-2.8-L-II-USM-Lens-Review.aspx 

Shel's up-close macro lens used to capture incredible detail is the Canon ef macro 100mm F 2.8 lens. Shel uses this lens to catch all the small but important details of your special day, to include your rings, your flowers, and all of the other small special things that you want to remember forever.  To read more about Shel's up-close lens, please go here:


  Our Lighting
While we prefer natural light (as all photographers do!) we are prepared and ready for extremely low-light situations or night shots.  Our lighting is provided by the Canon 600ex-rt Speedlite, and we have seven of them. These are capable of providing all of the light we need for any event and are the top-of-the line speedlites used by professional photographers throughout the world.  For a detailed review:  http://markwebbphoto.com/blog/2012/6/canon-600ex-rt-review
When we are lighting large rooms, then we use our strobe lighting, the Alien Bees B800's. We have six of these so we are ready for any situation.  Here is  a review of them: http://www.thephoblographer.com/2012/10/05/review-alienbees-b800-flash-unit/#.U0FRZ1cXLlo


A wonderful lighting tool we use is the Ice light. So if you see us carrying it around looking like we are using a light saber now you will know what it is.  Here is a review of this great light: http://www.thephoblographer.com/2013/08/17/review-westcott-ice-light/#.U0FTElcXLlo