Think Tank Photo is now selling fantastic bags for your mirrorless camera systems called the Mirrorless Mover collection. As a follower here you will receive a free gift with your order and free shipping on all orders.
The Mirrorless Movers come in four sizes that range in size from the Mirrorless Mover 5, which fits one small size mirrorless body with a small telephoto or pancake lens attached, up to the Mirrorless Mover 30i, which fits one medium to large size mirrorless body plus two to four lenses and an iPad.
As is their design philosophy, Think Tank placed a premium on quality. The new bags utilize metal hardware instead of plastic buckles, and only high quality fabrics, YKK zippers and a new, magnetic closure. In the words of their president and lead designer Doug Murdoch, “The Mirrorless Moversoffer photographers quality in their camera bags worthy of their investment in these sophisticated, expensive camera systems.”
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The four sizes are:
- The Mirrorless Mover 5 fits one small size mirrorless body with a small telephoto or pancake lens attached. It is sized for the Canon EOS–M, Leica D–Lux, Nikon 1 series, Olympus E–PM2, E–PL5, EP–3, Panasonic GF3, Sony NEX–C3, or similar sized bodies.
- The Mirrorless Mover 10 fits one medium size mirrorless body plus one to two lenses and additional accessories. It is sized for the Leica V–Lux, Olympus OM–D E–M5, Panasonic G3, GF5, GH2, Samsung NX5, NX11, NX210, Sony NEX–5, NEX–6, NEX–7, or similar sized/smaller bodies.
- The Mirrorless Mover 20 fits one medium size mirrorless body plus two to three lenses and additional accessories. It is sized for the Leica V–Lux, Olympus OM–D E–M5, Panasonic G3, GF5, GH2, Samsung NX5, NX11, NX210, Sony NEX–5, NEX–6, NEX–7, or similar sized/smaller bodies.
- The Mirrorless Mover 30i fits one medium to large size mirrorless body plus two to four lenses, iPad, and additional accessories or a small–size DSLR and one to three small telephoto lenses or primes. It is sized for the Fuji X–Pro 1, Leica M8, Panasonic GH3 or similar sized/smaller bodies. Small DSLRs: Canon Rebel, Nikon D3200/D5200, Sony SLT–A55/A37 or similar sized bodies.
Just a quick photo I took with my iPhone on Belair Dr in Bowie, MD. Filtered through Instagram.
Rachel and Michael on the Upper Terrace
Rachel and Michael live in NYC but decided to have their wedding here in the DC area. They found me through a past bride and friend Grace Chou whose wedding I covered in Minneapolis almost two years ago. It was great to see Grace and Jason again at the wedding. Rachel and Michael’s event had two really cool things I haven’t seen yet at a wedding –
- A personalized coat hanger for the bridal gown that was molded into the words “Mrs Providence”.
- Handheld signs with well wishes written on them for the happy couple to see as they depart the Washington Golf and Country Club
Brooke Carpenter of Magnolia Events kept the day running smoothly as the couple celebrated one of the most important days of their lives with friends and family. Molly Jones at the Washington Golf and Country Club did a fabulous job managing the on-site catering events. Here are some of my favorites from the day… then CLICK HERE TO SEE MORE OF THEIR PHOTOS IN MY ORIGINAL POST!
CLICK HERE TO SEE MORE OF THEIR PHOTOS IN MY ORIGINAL POST!
Jessica and Ara’s wedding at the Hotel Riu Guanacaste in Costa Rica was an amazing event to photograph. Jess was a strikingly beautiful bride in her Peter Langner gown and the weather could not have been better for the ceremony. And the available light at sunset was quite favorable for my style of photography, it was just awesome!
A little bit about Costa Rica. One word comes to my mind – LUSH. The land is full of agricultural wonders and life, ranking #1 the Happy Planet Index. The people seem to be some of the friendliest I’ve ever met. Their coffee is also quite good I must say, it had a very rich and bold flavor that I enjoyed. For those who love numbers, Costa Rica’s prime industries today are ecotourism, pharmaceuticals, and software development. For example, the Intel microprocessor facility in Costa Rica is responsible for 20% of the country’s exports. Costa Rica is also the most visited country in the Central American region, making tourism a billion dollar industry.
For lighting my photos on the beach and portraits I used the Lastolite Triflash bracket which can hold up to three Speedlites. This gives me the flexibility I need for more power under sunny conditions or when shooting through light modifiers like a large softbox or umbrella. Check these out at B&H Photo or my Gear List at B&H Photo.
Enough words, let’s take a look at some Costa Rica destination wedding photos! My associate Noah Hayes and I captured a lot of great storytelling moments. From volleyball in the pool to good times over Baked Alaska to the music at the Pura Vida bar on the night before the wedding, everyone was having a great time! Enjoy a few of my personal favorites from Jess and Ara’s destination wedding in beautiful Costa Rica…
Click HERE to view their Engagement Photos in Georgetown.
I had an absolute blast working with my friends Moshe Zusman, Noah Hayes and Becca Watkins covering Lauren and Jeff’s wedding in beautiful Charleston, SC.. Nothing’s better than working with a good team of professionals where we know our role and responsibilities and execute our shots. Noah’s main focus was video so I am very much looking forward to seeing that. Becca is an awesome shooter and extremely proficient with lighting setups. And of course, Moshe lead the team through the weekend creating a pleasant experience for us and of course the couple and their guests.
Moshe posted a blog of some photos from the wedding, including a few of mine. As a second or associate shooter, I typically share usage rights with the primary, but respect the fact that it was their gig and his ownership of the client and their images. Most primary shooters let me post photos on my blog, but that’s as far as it goes. Fine by me! After several years of shooting weddings on my own, it is quite nice to let go of the reigns and enjoy shooting for others.
My job was to shoot whatever Moshe and/or the others might not be shooting. In most cases I focus on details, scenery, guests and cocktail hour. Be sure to check out Moshe’s complete post with photos. Here are some of my shots that Moshe put on his blog that I borrowed to share here. Plus I threw in some behind-the-scenes shots of them working. If you’re a bride looking to hire a wedding photographer, check out Moshe’s work. And there’s always the chance he’ll assemble this team of photo hooligans to do the job! Enjoy!