What’s In Their Bag? A Look Inside Top Wedding Pros’ Kits Page 2
Arizona-based Michele Celentano's reputation for exquisite wedding photography has earned her a spot as the youngest and only female wedding photographer on the Canon "Explorers of Light" panel. While known for her wedding photography, the recent birth of her daughter has inspired her to focus on children and family photography. She has been featured in several leading professional photography magazines, and conducts seminars from her Arizona studio. A Canon shooter for many years, Celentano relocated to Arizona from New York City and attributes her success to her ability to connect with people, either in person or during telephone interviews. For more information about Celentano, visit her website at: www.michelecelentano.com.
Michele Celentano's Bag
Cameras: Canon EOS 5D; (2) Canon EOS-1Ds Mark II bodies
Canon Lenses: 15mm fisheye; 28-70mm f/2.8; 70-200mm f/2.8 IS; 85mm f/1.2; 50mm f/1.0; 35-350mm; 200mm f/1.8; 16-35mm f/2.8
Additional Lens: Lensbaby
Flash Gear: Canon Speedlite 550EX
Accessories: (15) 1GB SanDisk CompactFlash cards; Expodisc; makeup remover; Leatherman knife system; extra "AA" batteries; FlashTrax 80GB hard drive
Hailing from Australia, Yervant's avant-garde approach to wedding photography
is now a signature style recognized internationally. He brings glamour and emotion
to wedding photography and stresses the importance of great rapport with each
couple so they can relax and enjoy the shoot while he captures natural expressions.
Yervant was featured in the Canon International Lensworks annual publication. He is one of the first wedding photographers to embrace the digital camera and only shoots digitally. He seldom uses flash or artificial light during his weddings, although he will sometimes use a video light for soft lighting in dark environments. For more information about Yervant, visit his website at: www.yervant.com.
Cameras: Canon EOS 5D; Canon EOS-1Ds Mark II; Sony HDV Video Camera
Canon Lenses: 15mm fisheye; 24mm f/1.4L; 16-35mm f/2.8L; 24-70mm f/2.8L; 70-200mm f/2.8L IS; 85mm f/1.2L
Flash Gear: Canon Speedlite 580EX; Quantum Qflash; Lowel i-light video light; Bescor video light; Metz 45 flash
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