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Godox V860II-C Camera Flash

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Ultra Thin 1080P LED Monitor

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5 in 1 Portable Multi 40″x 60″ Camera Lighting Reflector

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Plate to Pixel

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Food Styling: The Art of Preparing Food for the Camera

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Universal Smartphone Tripod Adapter

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Travel and Street Photography

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Understanding Composition Field Guide

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Gooseneck Phone Holder

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Photography Demystified

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Studio Anywhere

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WiFi Digital Photo Frame

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Ultra High Capacity Portable Charger

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Backup Plus Hub 6TB

Once you start taking photos for you blog or even just your life in general, you will need a place to store them all that isn’t on your computer hard drive. Your computer will fill up fast and you’ll soon find you’ll need more storage. This 6TB one is plenty of space to save thousands of photos.

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Creative Cloud Suite

You can use either Photoshop or Lightroom to edit your photos. Thankfully, Adobe has a bundle for only $10 per month that comes with both programs for you to use.

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Lighting Reflector/Diffuser Kit

When the sun is just a little too harsh, I’ll use this to soften it. Or if there isn’t enough sun or light from artificial lighting, I’ll use one of the other filters it comes with to bounce the light back onto the food I’m shooting. It’s the prefect size.

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Alta Pro 263AB Aluminum Tripod

I recently invested in this tripod and I’m kicking myself for not doing it sooner. I absolutely love it. It’s a must heavier weight than my previous basic tripod but that makes it super sturdy and able to hold my camera for overhead shots or, if I’m shooting outside, while the wind is blowing hard without toppling over.

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Extra Battery Pack

I am notorious for forgetting to check my battery level before taking the camera out with me. So I always make sure that I carry my spare battery, that is fully charged, in my bag in case I’m shooting and the camera dies.

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Memory Card Case

You don’t want a bunch of memory cards just thrown into your bag or you might lose some of them. This case keeps them all in one spot and they’re protected.

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Professional 64GB SD Cards

Because you can’t take pictures without them and these ones are fast and large enough for shooting 1080p video when I do the random food video post.

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