What camera equipment do you use?
We currently use a Canon EOS 5D Mark III or a Canon EOS 5D IV with either a Canon EF 24-105mm f/4 L IS USM Lens or a Canon EF 100mm f/2.8 Macro USM Lens depending on what we are shooting. Before Spring 2014 we shot with a Canon EOS 70D.
Many of the photos you see on Instagram and social sharing are taken with our Samsung Galaxy S7 phones.
Do you use special lighting for your photos?
We try to use natural light for our photos as much as we possibly can, but we do live in Spokane, and it gets dark early. For those days that natural light is not my friend we use this Photography/Video Portrait Umbrella Continuous Triple Lighting Kit
I also really like this Portable Oval Collapsible Multi-Disc Reflector Kit to help reflect light.
We use this Manfrotto Compact Action Tripod while traveling and also for food videos. It gives you the option of attaching your camera upside down to shoot food videos.
Pic Monkey is a great online resource for editing photos. You can also add in text, graphics, and overlays within the program.
Craftsy offers amazing online photography classes. This is an excellent way to improve food photos, products photos and more.
Creative Live offers photography classes for lighting, posing, outdoor photography, food photography and so much more.
Food Photography School is great if you are focusing on improving your food photography.
Do you have a lens you have been dreaming about but are not sure it is going to work the way you need it to? Borrow Lenses lets you rent lenses so you can try them before you buy them. They also offer great deals on lenses to purchase.
SmugMug gives you the opportunity to set up photo selling, storage and galleries for sharing.