playing experimenting with gear and tools.
Below are my must-have-cannot-live-or-work without favorites.
Video & Photo
Panasonic HMC 150: for run-and-gun shoots and event videography.
Azden condenser shotgun mic
Sennheiser ew 100 wireless lavalier
Zoom H4n: for DLSR video shoots and audio-only excursions. Bonus: someone told me it looks like Star Trek gadget.
Canon T3i: for photography and video beauty shots.
Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 Lens
Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8 Lens
Canon EF-S 55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS II Lens
Evernote: AKA my external brain.
Dropbox: because who wants to carry a USB flash drive?
F.lux: for my eyes. And sanity.
Alfred: for everything.
TextWrangler: for coding.
Tweetbot: for Tweeting.
Final Cut Pro X: for video.
Adobe Lightroom: for photo editing.
Adobe Photoshop: for graphics.
Desk: for writing and blogging.
Nozbe: for task & project management.
Afterlight: for photo editing.
Timeshel: for memories.
AmazonMusic: because the default Music app is a nightmare.
Toggl: time tracking for projects.
Momentum for Chrome: daily dose of beauty.
Feedly: for reading.
IFTTT: automation is a beautiful thing.
Art & Etc
Sakura Pigma Micron pens. For now, I just use these for writing. Someday soon, they will also be for drawing…
Midori Traveler. This year I’m testing the weekly planner insert in lieu of my usual Moleskine. I am an absolute sucker for quality notebooks — seriously. A beautiful notebook is my catnip — the Midori is customizable and leather. 😍
Graph Paper Pad. My brain frequently feels too full and cluttered to process or problem solve on a computer. In those instances, I turn to the trusty pad o’ paper. Where lined paper makes me want to write in tidy lines, graph paper allows me to freestyle while still retaining some structure. Mind-maps, lists, long-hand essays, doodles or combinations thereof.
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