The list author says: "This is just a list for noobs breaking into the Photo taking industry like myself. It is highly thought out and tested by me and every piece of gear here are things I use on every assignment and things you should consider. Email me if you have questions."
"This bag is amazing for on location shoots, it travels well and can hold 2 bodies 3 lenses, cards, filters, batteries and a tripod on the side . It also has molle so you can attach external lens cases etc. Fully padded etc. Ive tried other square bags but this is my choice for the rest of my days! :)"
"In my studio in LA and in Chicago I have a different tripod and mostly really don't use them but for location and travel I take the proline. Its worth it. Strong, light and professional looking :) that's more important than you think."
"This lens might cost more than your camera but it is well worth it!!!! I MEAN THAT. You can upgrade to the 5d MKII later and this lens will still be your primary lens. I assure you. Crisp fast and a wide enough focal range. This is great for weddings and portrait work."
"I know I said earlier about your kit lense if you do have it. After I got this cheap little lens I tossed my 18-55. It isnt called the nifty 50 for nothing. I have shot bands and models with this cheap little wonder and the results were wonderful! Get a lens hood and if you can afford it get the 50mm 1.4 instead, that one is a TAD bit sharper.."