March 10, 2011

Pancake Session: Packing for a Destination Wedding

Whew! Sorry about the super late nature of this week’s Pancake Session, but we were having some video DRRRRAMA. I think we’re all set now, so without further ado I bring you Justin talking about how we pack our gear to travel for destination weddings. We figured a video would be better than trying to photograph everything, but if you have any questions feel free to leave ’em in the comment box below!

Pancake Session: Packing for a Destination Wedding from Justin Marantz on Vimeo.

And we also wanted to congratulate the winner of the Vanity Fair: The Portraits book, Jeremy Whited!! Jeremy, just shoot us an email at with your mailing addy and we’ll get you hooked up!

  1. Katelyn James

    You’re goin to HATE me for this…. but could we maybe do a little followup post with names/links to some of those little things?! haha I mean, I know where to buy a flashlight…. but does Justin REALLy have a filter for a flashlight?! You two are just too much! …but I love it! And that was super helpful! I would love to know where the clamp is from too! ….ya know, when you get a free minute… because we know how many of those you have! :) love you guys!

  2. Dominique

    Really helpful post, thank you for sharing all of this!

  3. cristina Sullivan

    very helpful post!!! and i’m gonna 2nd what katelyn asked :0) could we get a detailed list of the stuff, not the cameras and lenses but all the smaller items? oh and do you ever foresee any of your workshop/seminars coming further down south? like way south? ;0) thanks for this video post, loved it!!!

  4. Deborah Zoe

    hey guys:) Justin you mentioned that you keep your back up in your TT. Where do you keep your main camera body?

  5. MM

    @Deb: He showed where he keeps both in there. His main is just out for repair right now so it was the empty spot for now.

  6. Alice G Patterson

    Yeah Justin… nice job (and excellent camera work Mary)! Love to learn about all of your helpful gadgets, and organizing skillz! xoxo

  7. Lydia

    Carrying power adapters is an awesome idea! Thanks for sharing guys!

  8. Brendon

    Boom. Best pancake session ever! I was always curious about what equipment you guys used, and now I know how you store it too.

  9. Kristin Nicole

    You guys are awesome!

  10. Lacy Dagerath

    Awesome!! I use think tank too! I just booked a wedding in Europe! This is super helpful! Some things I didn’t even think of! This is why you guys are THE BEST!

  11. Columbus GA Photography

    Thanks for showing how versatile those thinktank bags are. Just ordered a Retrospective 30 for my everyday carry around. Can’t wait to start using it.

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