Equipment Used

Digital Photography

Paul uses Fuji X-Series cameras for most of his photography, specifically the Fuji X-Pro2. When he first got started with photography, Paul primarily used Canon camera bodies and lenses and still recommends them to this day.
Fuji’s Website


Paul uses the Panasonic Lumix GH4 for videography and if the need arises, a Phantom 4 drone for aerial work.

Film Photography

For traditional “analog” photography, Paul uses a Nikon F2AS 35mm SLR. The Nikon F2AS (black body) was the camera of choice for most photojournalists of the ’70’s and is a highly sought after camera for collectors today.

Photographic Film & Papers

Paul exclusively uses Ilford® films and photographic papers for his “wet darkroom” black and white film work. Ilford’s consistent quality and unwavering commitment to the film community sets them apart from other manufacturers.
Ilford’s website


Paul uses Gitzo® carbon fiber tripods for all of his photographic work. Gitzo® tripods are made in Italy and are the most durable and lightweight tripods on the market.
Gitzo’s website


For landscapes, portraiture, and stock photography, Paul uses the BH-55 LR quick-release ballhead from Really Right Stuff®.
Really Right Stuff® website

For wildlife photography where quick, smooth panning of the camera is necessary, Paul uses a gimbal style head, specifically the Wimberley® WH-200 Version II.
Wimberley® website

Other Gear

Schneider Optics, the German company that makes B+W filters is the top manufacturer of the highest quality glass filters. B+W filters are typically more expensive than your average filter but the quality of craftsmanship found in these filters combined with the quality of the captured image makes using them an easy choice.
B+W Filters website

Studio Lighting
Smith Victor® brand studio lighting
Smith Victor® website

Memory Cards
Paul has been using the San Disk® Extreme Pro compact flash cards.