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Wedding Photography Gear - Best Camera & lens for Wedding Photographers

March 22, 2016  •  10 Comments

What’s in our Bag | Best Cameras and Lenses for Indian Wedding Photography

wedding-photography-cameracamera-for-wedding-photographyRecommended cameras and Lenses for Indian wedding photography HoldfastHoldfast-MoneymakerBURGUNDY HOLDFAST CAMERA STRAP | WATER BUFFALO LEATHER The market is currently flooded with some amazing cameras & lenses and being professional Indian wedding photographers, we keep getting questions like:

Which camera and lens do you use?
What is the recommended camera for wedding photography?
How many cameras do you bring for a shoot?
What is the lighting equipment you use for your wedding shoots?
Do you have a backup camera?
and the list goes on...

Therefore, we thought of sharing what our standard kit looks like when we are out to photograph a wedding! We have put everything in detail to the best of our abilities for our clients and for our photographer friends :-)

"D850"Nikon-D850-wedding-photographyNikon D850- Best camera for wedding photographers.

You can access our gear list on ShotKit! - For those who are not aware of what ShotKit is, let us tell you that Shotkit features the photography of hundreds of the world’s best photographers and an exclusive peek at what they carry in their camera bags. Shotkit receives thousands of submissions from around the world but only a handful make it onto the site & we are proud to say that we are one of them!

Click on the image below to see all our gears (Cameras, Lenses & accessories) we use to create those stunning images!

wedding-photography-camera-lensbest-gear-for-wedding-photographyWhich camera and lens for wedding photography Feel free to drop your comments below in case you have any additional queries.



Rohan Mishra Photography | Best Wedding Photographer in Chennai
Hi Papai,

This kit is good enough to pull out some good shots in a wedding.

Save some money for investing in speed lights/ flashes and master lighting. Light is the key! (Godox flash and triggers are of great value). You can add new lenses thereafter.

Build your portfolio. Ensure you come back with at least one WOW shot from every wedding.

- If you like shooting zoom- a Tamron 24-70 f2.8 G2 or a Nikon 16-35 f/4 is a good choice
- If you are a prime shooter- a Nikon or Tamron 35mm f1.8 is a good start

TIP: Rent these lenses first and see what suits your style before purchasing a new one.

Happy Clicking!
Hi Sir. This is Papai from India. I'm a semi-pro wedding photographer and doing wedding photography on mid-ranged budget. Here is the list of gears I'm owning at present.

Set 1:


Nikkor 50mm 1.8G

Nikkor 85mm 1.8G

Set 2:

Nikon D5200

Tamron 17-50mm 2.8 Non VC

Please provide your valuable feedbacks regarding this gears list. Do you think I need to upgrade any of these gears or need to include any more gear/gears in my list?
Agreed James , both skills and equipment's are equally important to make those beautiful images!
@Jay bhagat: Go for D750!
Jay bhagat(non-registered)
I want to buy nikon cemra for wedding which one to buy d750 or d500 so confused
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