Luke Pyrzynski (@eastbanger) is a photographer of many talents. In addition to his stylish street photography, he's also an active automotive, travel and wedding photographer. “My backpack is definitely not lightweight and that's because I think you never know if something extra will come in handy,” he says. “More than once I regretted not taking some lenses with me so now I carry most of them and I’m prepared for any occasion. The setup I'm showing here serves me exclusively for the street. For any other purpose, my backpack would probably look a little different.” We connected with Luke to get the details on the gear in his kit for stylistic street photography. Keep reading as he explains what’s in his bag.
When photographer Arletta Fussell (@ourpacificnorthquest) first got into photography in 2019, it was just to take better photos of her dog on their adventures. Fast forward four years…and her main focus is still her dog, but it has expanded to capturing friends and clients, the beautiful landscape of British Columbia, and continuing to document their adventures wherever the trail takes them. “I try to incorporate my love for the outdoors in every photo — regardless of who, or what, the subject may be,” she says. Keep reading as she takes us through a tour of her photography kit of two Sony full-frame cameras, two Sony primes and one lightweight Sony zoom lens kit for capturing adventures with her dog and more
Petri Mäkitalo (@petri_makitalo) is a professional video editor and passionate wildlife photographer who started his career as a videographer in the beginning of 2000 and eventually transitioned to a video editor role. Over the past 20+ years, he has edited award-winning series ranging from reality shows and commercials to documentaries. "My first own video camera was the legendary Sony DSR-PD150,” he explains. After experiencing Sony's exceptional video quality in my work and editing projects over the years, it was an easy decision to opt for Sony Alpha mirrorless cameras.”