BAG: It's a Langly! Delta rucksack, it's perfect for travels, holds personal belongings at the top and camera gear at the bottom. It can get a little heavy but you get used to it. It's also water resistant so perfect for heavy rainy days. I chose this bag because it doesn't look like a camera bag (for safety reasons, especially as a small human like meh), it has basic zippers, and it is soo stylish. You may think it's a bit pricey but it is great quality, it's an investment. Worth it.
GEAR: I shoot with a Nikon D800 with an 85mm f/1.8 and 24-120mm f/4 I'm not much into gear so it covers all my needs. (so far)
SOFTWARE: I edit all of my photos in Lightroom, I used to use Adobe Camera Raw but after going back and forth on both programs, I stuck with Lightroom because it makes it easier to edit a lot of photos at once. I use Photoshop for when I want to create a poster or idk, do extreme image manipulation.
EDITING: I started using VSCO film to edit my images but it really doesn't do anything dramatic unless you know what controls control what. It's a great tool to get started but as I started shooting and using it more, I ended up creating my own presets. I will say, I don't ever just throw on a preset and call it a day, I usually play around with it until I get the feel that I want. Soo.... If you're trying to achieve the same tones as myself, e-mail me to do a mentoring session and we can discuss further details.
BASE: Salt Lake City! Although I've been going to a couple of different cities on the East Coast too so I'm kind of all over the place. It varies.
And of course, I'm leaving you here with a track, I love love love house music. Press play.