The gear post: What does Michael Kelley use to create his work?
Architectural photography is a haven for gearheads, and I frequently get asked what I’m using. So a few days ago I figured I’d lay it all out and put it to rest once and for all. I rigged up a rather hilarious setup in my living room to shoot this, and took a few hours to lay it all out. Note that due to the limited space, I couldn’t put literally EVERYTHING out, so in many cases I refrained from putting duplicates down. In a few cases, I just have bags and bags of it (grip stuff) and I figured you didn’t need to see 5 umbrellas, 8 batteries and 15 CF cards. Click the photo below or click here to head over to the new gear page and see what I’m using.
The list is always changing and evolving, so I will try to keep it updated every few months or so. Maybe in a year I will update the picture, but as it stands, that took a good 3-4 hours out of my day to do! My back didn’t love me after it – but hopefully you get some good insight as to what I’m using to create my photos.