Camera + Lens
My camera bag is full of gear that works for me for both architectural and travel photography. I have paid for all my own equipment and none is provided by sponsors and is what I use every day. I don't recommend gear that I have not used or own myself.
Sony a7r III
This is my main camera and I am glad I made the switch from Canon. The dynamic range is much better and the 42 megapixels are wonderful for both landscape and architectural photography. Another point that made me change is how Sony is listening to their customers and making changes all the time.
Sony a7 III
This is my backup camera and is a better camera for events and in more of an action setting. It is also the camera I use for my video projects.
I use the Sony a7c for video, blogging, and a small camera that I can have around me all the time.
Canon TS-E 24mm Tilt/Shift
This is the lens I use for 85% of my architectural photography. I use the Metabones adaptor to connect the lens to my Sony camera and it works great and is sharp from center to corner.
Canon TS-E 17mm Tilt-Shift
This is the lens I use for those images that are in tight spaces or need to capture a large area. I use the Metabones adaptor to connect the lens to my Sony camera. The lens has some chromatic aberration and distortion in the corners, but when you need this lens it is great to have in your camera bag.
Gitzo Systematic Series 5 CF Tripod
This is a large carbon fiber tripod that will get you over eleven feet in the air witch is great for exteriors. It is a very stable tripod, but I will say expensive.
Tether Tools Tether Table Aero
I put my 15" MacBook Pro when I am photographing architecture and studio subjects.
Tether Tools ONSite Battery Kit
I use the Theather Tools Onsite power kit system and it allows me to use my computer all day long without having to be plugged into an electrical socket. One of the best I have found.
Haida M10 Filter Holder Kit
The Hiden Filter System is one I was looking for and is very easy to use and quick as you can just drop the filter in the slot. There are also slots on the front of the holder for 100mm graduate filters.