To give a good idea of the equipment I use for photography, I have made an overview below.

Camera’s

Canon EOS 5D Mark III
Canon EOS 5D Mark III
Dream of a camera, absolutely recommended for everyone; because of its super-fast auto-focus but perhaps even more importantly the focus points (61) (and cross focus points (41) AND dual cross focus points (5)). My go to camera in 95% of all cases.

Canon EOS 6D
Canon EOS 6D
This was my first full frame camera, followed by the above 5D Mark III. This has now more or less become my backup camera. The 6D is and remains a super camera and from my own experience I can say that it is super strong in low light situations and in many cases it leaves the 5D Mark III behind.

Flashes

Canon Canon Speedlite 600EX-RT
Canon Canon Speedlite 600EX-RT (2x)
These flashes can of course also be used in a studio setup (slave, fill-flash etc.). For optimal use I always provide my strobes with a Sto-fen Omnibounce for even better light, etc.

Lenses

Canon Canon EF 8-15mm f/4L Fisheye USM
Canon Canon EF 8-15mm f/4L Fisheye USM
A fisheye is always nice / cool to have with you for just those photos with a very special depth. Usually, therefore, it is always in my ‘standard’ job bag. Small tip; do not use it excessively otherwise it loses its charm over time!

Canon EF 17-40mm f/4L USM
Canon EF 17-40mm f/4L USM
The advantage of this 17-40 wide-angle lens is that you can capture an enormous object without distortion, which is ideal for groupshots, for example. This is a lens that I always have when I am at a festival or indoor event.

Canon EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM
Canon EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM
More or less my default lens. Why? Because this lens is in fact ideal for festivals when you ‘stand in the crowd’. You often have enough ‘reach’ to capture something fast / sneaky or the ‘width’ to be able to capture multiple objects at once.

Canon EF 135mm f/2L USM
Canon EF 135mm f/2L USM
With f/2 this is the fastest lens in my arsenal. A prime with all its pros and cons; This lens is ideal for portrait photography (in a studio), but for example not really suitable for a festival; because people do not find the distance mainly … and you can not zoom (which unfortunately is not always well understood).

Canon EF 70-200mm f/4L IS USM
Canon EF 70-200mm f/4L IS USM
The lens for just outside the normal range; you can still capture people at a reasonable distance, but you can also take action further away on an internship / stage.

Canon EF 300mm F4.0 L IS USM
Canon EF 300mm F4.0 L IS USM
Let’s face it, I think it’s great to play the paparazzi (also at festivals for those atmosphere moments) … and you often do not need anything that you can keep away from your subject. I have this beautiful prime lens for that. I combine it where necessary with the Canon Extender EF 2x III (also in my possession) which makes it reach a reach of 600mm.

Accessories –┬áCanon EOS 5D Mark III

Canon Battery Grip BG E-11
Canon Battery Grip BG E-11
I use this grip standard because the location of the camera for me personally than pieces is finer. In addition, as a result, I have 2 batteries in the camera as standard, which means that shoots almost never have to be interrupted.

EasyCover Cameracase Canon EOS 5D Mark III zwart
EasyCover Cameracase Canon EOS 5D Mark III zwart
A rubber protection for the camera to prevent impact and, for example, rainfall.

Hoodman HoodEYE Canon 22mm (HEYEC22G)
Hoodman HoodEYE Canon 22mm (HEYEC22G)
As a glasses wearer I use this not to sit against the camera LCD screen. In addition, this completely closes my eye / glasses from the light, which gives me a much clearer picture of what can be seen by the viewfinder.

GGS LARMOR Protector Canon EOS 5D Mark III
GGS LARMOR Protector Canon EOS 5D Mark III
More to be sure that nothing can happen to the LCD screen of the camera.

Accessories – Canon EOS 6D

Canon Battery Grip BG E-13
Canon Battery Grip BG E-13
I use this grip standard because the location of the camera for me personally than pieces is finer. In addition, as a result, I have 2 batteries in the camera as standard, which means that shoots almost never have to be interrupted.

EasyCover Cameracase Canon EOS 6D zwart
EasyCover Cameracase Canon EOS 6D zwart
A rubber protection for the camera to prevent impact and, for example, rainfall.

Hoodman HoodEYE Canon 6D H-EYEC18L
Hoodman HoodEYE Canon 6D H-EYEC18L
As a glasses wearer I use this not to sit against the camera LCD screen. In addition, this completely closes my eye / glasses from it so I have a much clearer picture of what is seen by the viewfinder.

GGS LARMOR Protector Canon EOS 6D
GGS LARMOR Protector Canon EOS 6D
More to be sure that nothing can happen to the LCD screen of the camera.

Accessoires – General

MeFOTO GlobeTrotter (A2350Q2) statief Titanium
MeFOTO GlobeTrotter (A2350Q2) statief Titanium
Tripod which can be made relatively small by means of retractable feet, ideal if you need a large tripod but can carry small luggage.

Op/Tech Grip Strap
Op/Tech Grip Strap (2x)
I personally hate the neck / shoulder straps and wear my camera 98% of all cases in my hand and therefore such a strap is ideal so you can also let the camera rest to let your fingers relax.

Accessoires – Bags

ThinkTank Airport TakeOffThinkTank Airport TakeOff - Gevuld
ThinkTank Airport TakeOff
My ‘big’ job bag in which I can take all the equipment. Ideal because you can use it as a trolley but also as a backpack (if you have to climb a staircase or the like). PLEASE NOTE: This bag unfortunately does not fit in the standard lockers of most festivals and if I want to take everything with me, there must be a large locker or a room where I can safely disturb this bag.

Lowepro Stealth Reporter D400 AW
Lowepro Stealth Reporter D400 AW
My ‘normal’ job bag where I can usually take 1 DSLR and 3 lenses. Usually fits in the ‘slightly larger’ lockers that are available at most festivals and is therefore the logical replacement in cases where the safety of ‘big’ job bag can not be guaranteed.

Misc

All lenses are equipped with filters for damage / dust etc.
Different Canon Lens Hoods matching the lenses.
Different CF and SD memory cards.
Different Eyepiece Extenders due to glasses.
Extra batteries and accumulators.
Additional lens caps.
Extra carrying straps.
Cleaning gear.