Landscape Photography Gear
Canon EOS RP – I love this camera. Great image quality and excellent dynamic range. GPS & touch screen are welcome additions. The focus peaking is amazing to get pin sharp images. My first Full Frame Mirrorless Camera.
Tamron 100-400 mm G2 4/4.5-6.3 – I use this lens for wildlife and when I need to bring scenes closer to me that I cannot physically reach. I alternate between this and the Canon 70-200 f/4. The Canon is lighter and smaller but you can't beat the extra reach of a 400mm..
My Tripod – The TR654C-36 Traverse Carbon Fiber Grounder Tripod with Ball Head from David & Sanford is a compact support that extends to 65", weighs 3.25 lb, and can hold up to 12 lb of gear. It features 180° reverse-folding legs that fold around the ball head allowing it to fold down to just 18.5".. I replaced the head with the Arca Swiss P0 so that I could level the head without having to level each leg. It does sway a little on a windy day when fully extended so I would suggest that you add some weight using the hook on the center column. It's a good value for those on a budget.
Kase and Haida Filters– I use a range of Kase and Haida graduated ND filters, The Kase filter kit includes the magnetic filter holder with a magnetic polarizer filter, and an assortment of Graduated and ND filters. The quality of the glass filters are second to none . I have a couple of Haida filter 3.0 ND and Haida ND Hard Grad (old style) that I picked up for under $100ea. that fit my budget at the time. The included Filter Pouch – Keeps all my filters together and safe. Get the Red lens caps for the filter adapters, that way you can leave the adapters on your lenses.
Thinktank Speed Racer Camera Bag - I really like this shoulder bag because I can carry so much gear in it. It can be a bit heavy when loaded but with the shoulder and waist straps its manageable. Looks like it might be discontinued though as of this writing.
LowePro ProTactic 450 – Another great bag. Solid with a shell like construction, versatile and is the best bag for overseas travel due to it’s moderate, yet generous size. It's a bit heavy on my old back but for traveling on planes it offers good protection.
New England Waterfalls: A Guide to More than 500 Cascades and Waterfalls (Third Edition)- If you're in search for waterfalls in New England this seem to have all the best ones. Their website is pretty helpful too!
Post Production Work & Editing
Adobe Photoshop – I don’t need to say much about this. I'm still on CS6 but the newer CC versions offer many more features.