Portrait of the bride in black and white

Disputably the Best Portrait Kit – Ottawa Wedding Photographer

This camera feels like home to me. This is why I believe it to be one of the best for Ottawa Wedding Photographer portraits and detail images.

This is my favourite camera to use. It’s a Fujifilm X-T1. I love all of the dials and the knobs on the top because I first learnt photography with a film camera, (an analogue camera), so this feels like home. I can access all the most important tools right on the top and the aperture on the lens. And this is one of my favourite lenses to use. It’s a 60 mm f/2.4. It’s a macro lens so it’s my go-to for detail shots and it’s also great for portraits. If you want to read more about the technical specs of the X-T1, take a look at this DP review article.

Sony a7iii

While I love using this camera, many other cameras are much better than it in low light and the autofocus on the X-T1 is not the best. So while I always have this hanging over my shoulder for the shots where it makes sense, I’m mostly using my newer Sony a7iii for Ottawa Wedding Photography. It’s not as fun to use as the Fuji, but it has amazing autofocus. I can also get significantly more detail from images where the lighting is more challenging.

Ottawa Wedding Photographer

If you’re interested in photography and have questions about my gear, please feel free to reach out to me. I’m a big fan of film photography. I shoot regularly with my 6×6 medium format twin lens camera as well as playing with Polaroids. To see the latest things I’m up to, you can also follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sararedsara

Are you planning on getting married soon? Contact me today to book a consultation for your wedding.

Your Ottawa Wedding Photographer, Sara.





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