Camera Bodies  
 
 
     
 
      Note:

The Canon 1Dx is mainly used for Sports photography due to its significantly higher frames per second.

The Canon 5D is used for most other types of photography with the Canon 1Dx used as a second camera to avoid having to change lenses while shooting.
Canon 1Dx - Mk I   Canon 5D - Mk IV    
18 mega-pixel full frame   30 mega-pixel full frame     
         
 
     
     
  Lenses  
 
 
     
 
         
         
         
Canon 24-70 mm f/2.8   Canon 70-200 mm f/2.8 (non-IS)   Canon 135 f/2 
Standard Zoom    Telephoto Zoom   Telephoto
         
 
 
 
         
Canon 500 mm f/4 - Mk I   Tamron 150-600 mm f/5-6.3   Canon 1.4x
Super Telephoto   Super Telephoto   Extender
         
 
 
     
  Camera Support  
 
 
     
 
   
         
Manfrotto 055-XPROB (aluminum) Gimbal Head: Induro GHB2 Manfrotto 190-CXPRO4 (carbon fiber)
(used with super telephoto lenses)    (used with super telephoto lenses)    (used with standard zoom lens) 
    Review    
         
 
 
 
   
         
Ball Head: Manfrotto 468 MGRC2    L-Bracket: Manfrotto MS050M4-Q2    Monopod: Giottis MM 9160 
(used with standard zoom lens)      (used with standard zoom lens)      (rarely used)
    Review    
         
 
 
     
  Camera Bags  
 
 
     
 
         
    Note:

When hiking, I will normally use a North Face Day Pack
         
Think Tank Trifecta 10 DSLR Backpack   Tamarac Expedition 9x pack    
         
 
     
     
  Computers  
 
 
     
 
         
   
27" iMac (late 2009)   HP Pavilion HPE 190-t   Dell UZ2715H 27" Monitor
         
 
     
 
  Note:

The HP computer travels with me to and from Driggs each summer
   
Mac Book Pro        
         
 
     
     
  Storage  
 
 
     
 
         
    Note:

I store my photos on external drives rather than my computer... More details

All drives are formatted to be compatible with Mac & PC
         
Western Digital MyBook Duo   Off-Site external    
8 TB configured as RAID 1   (various USB powered drives)    
         
 
     
     
  Software  
 
 
     
 
         
   
         
Adobe Lightroom   Adobe Photoshop Elements   Topaz Adjust
         
 
     
 
         
   
         
Topaz B&W Effects   Topaz Clarity   Microsoft Expression Web 2
Review   Review   (web site development)
         
 
     
     
  iOS Apps  
 
 
     
  There are a number of apps that I use from time to time on my iPad and iPhone  
     
 
         
Canon Camera Connect   The Photographer's Ephemeris   Light Trac
         
This app allows me to mirror the Canon 5D IV Live View screen onto my iPad or iPhone and provides remote control of the camera. It also allows me to view the composition on a larger screen to aid in achieving critical focus.
 
A tool to help you plan outdoor photography in natural light. It is a map-centric sun and moon calculator. It allows you to see how the light will fall on the land, day and night, for any location on earth.
 
Used to quickly determine at what time and location the light conditions are perfect to shoot your subject outdoors. You can plan your photo shoot ahead of the time you will be shooting.
         
 
     
 
         
Skyview   Pinterest   My Gear Vault
         
Simply point your iPhone at the sky to identify stars, constellations, satellites and more.
 
This app is useful for planning your photography trips. You can view photos others have taken at various locations of your destination. This, along with information from other internet searches, provides a pretty efficient way to plan your trip.
 
A way to input and organize your gear. For each item of gear, you may input information that would be used with your insurance company in case of a loss of that gear.
         
 
     
     
  Printer  
 
 
     
 
  Note:

I don't print often. When I need a larger size print that will eventually be framed, I take a TIFF file to Schiller's Camera for a Fine Art paper or Canvas print
HP 6380 Color Printer        
         
 
     
     
  Accessories  
 
 
     
 
         
   
         
Color Munki   Giottos Rocket Air Blower   Canon 420 EX Flash
         
 
     
 
         
    Note:

I have 77mm UV filters on my 24-70mm and my 70-200mm lenses.

I also have the requisite 77 mm Polarizer, ND and graduated ND filters.
         
ExpoDisc White Balance Filter   Pro Master Timer Remote