Equipment for Photography – Cameras, Lenses, Tripods, Accessories, Best of!

As it’s a frequently asked question, we have compiled a list of essential equipment for photography. With over 20 years of experience, we know a thing or two about buying photography equipment. Below we have created specific lists for every level of photographer, from beginner equipment all the way up to pro, we’ve got it covered.

The School of Photography: Beginners Guide

This 5-star rated book will take the beginner photographer to an advanced level in no time and fill any gaps in photography knowledge that may be holding you back from reaching your full potential.

Beginner Photography Equipment

If you're just starting with photography, and you’re on a budget, there are many affordable options that are perfect for beginners. Remember this, it’s not the camera that takes a good shot, it’s you.

Intermediate Photography Equipment

If you've been doing photography for a while and you're ready to take your skills to the next level, it may be time to upgrade. Here are some suggestions for intermediate level photography equipment.

Pro Photography Equipment

If you're a professional photographer, you need equipment that can handle the demands of your job and deliver the highest quality results. Here are some suggestions for pro-level photography equipment.

Recommended for Filming

If you're a photographer who is interested in filming, there is some additional equipment you'll need to produce high-quality video. Here are some suggestions for photography equipment for filming.

Recommended ND Filters

Neutral density (ND) filters are an essential tool for photographers who want to control the amount of light entering their camera. Here are some suggestions for recommended ND filters.

Recommended lenses

Choosing the right lens for your camera is essential for producing high-quality and creative photographs. Here are some suggestions for recommended lenses.

Recommended Tripods

A tripod is an essential tool for photographers who want to capture sharp and stable photographs, especially in low light conditions or with slow shutter speeds. Here are some suggestions for recommended tripods.