Balance Grey Card Set
Although shooting RAW and adjusting your white balance later on is a possibility, what if you want to shoot JPEG? Besides, if you are trying to get everything perfect right from the get go, you need some kind of grey card to check the white balance.
Mini Softbox for Speedlight
Everyone into digital photography knows how much better diffused light can make your photos look. It gives your models a more pleasing look and eliminates harsh shadows. The problems is that a huge softbox can be a pain to always lug around with you. So how about a mini softbox?
If your blower is still not getting the dust off your lens, don’t panic. The lens pen should do the trick. It has two sides, one with a brush to the clean the dust off your lens and the other with a cleaning tip for everything else.
Keyboard Shortcut Skin
Pop Up Flash Diffuser
Most OEM straps don’t feel the greatest when you use them. It’s always a good idea to upgrade if you think your camera is going to be hanging from your neck a lot. The Pro Loop strap from Op/Tech is a solid choice as it is made out of neoprene and has non slip fabric on the underside that makes your camera a lot easier to carry.
Veloce Shooting Bag
As DSLR cameras get more advanced and have started to integrate HD video, their audio capabilities are laggin behind a bit. For this reason it can be beneficial to have an audio converter on hand that will allow to plug professional mics with XLR connections into your camera.
White Balance Lens Cap
As getting the right white balance on your camera can be somewhat challenging, and using a grey card might not be your favorite thing to do, a white balance lens cap can help you make sure that every picture is the way you want it.