Aaron Geis Photography - Commercial and Advertising Photographer - Bristol proudly serves small businesses, corporate and hospitality clients with top quality commercial and advertising photos in Bristol, Bath, Cardiff, Swindon, Salisbury, Yeovil, Taunton, Exeter and throughout the UK. Recent testimonials include - 'Aaron is a talented photographer. I was impressed with his capacity for creativity with the shots he took of the team-building day I delivered. Absolutely delighted with the results of his work. I hope we collaborate again together in the New Year.' - 'Aaron always provides an excellent service, his photography captures character and his style is elegant and unique.' - 'Working with Aaron was a pleasure. His knowledge, experience and patience ensured he captured exactly the look I wanted. His communication was excellent and I''m delighted with the results of our shoot. I recommend him wholeheartedly.' - ‘Thanks Aaron for making our wedding so lovely. It is the best feeling to look back on a beautiful day that you captured. So relaxed and easy. Thanks again’ - ‘Aaron is a great teacher and has always been very helpful and willing to share his considerable expertise as a photographer. I would gladly recommend him as a 360/Panoramic photographer & consultant, though his skills extend to all areas of photography and he is constantly learning new technologies.’ - ‘We hired Aaron professionally to shoot several of our branded hotels Google tours. Feedback has been fantastic and I would definitely recommend his services.’ - ‘Aaron always provides us with an efficient and flexible service. We are continually impressed with his charming photography style and would recommend him to any hotelier or restauranteur who is looking for high-quality captivating photographs. Photographs expertly edited and ready to use within a few days.’ = ‘I've worked with Aaron on a couple of projects over the years and have always found him to be professional, very helpful and courteous. The quality of his work is excellent and it helps that he's a really nice guy.’ - ‘I recently worked with Aaron on a 5-day shoot. He was excellent and very fun to work with. I would definitely work with Aaron again and would recommend him to anyone.’

What's in the Bag?

What's in the Bag?

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I upgraded my primary body and several of the lenses I use most last year.

Before pulling the trigger I did a lot of research and was tempted by many of the great systems on the market but I decided to stick with the Canon 5D, now in it's 4th generation. 


Next time around I might go with one of the lighter mirrorless systems but for now I still like an optical viewfinder and a solid chunk of camera in my hands.

The sensor performs really well at higher ISOs and the new AF system is fantastic.

For lenses I went with the 16-35 f/4 IS, putting a premium on the Image Stabilization over maximum aperture. That lens is also sharper than the 16-35 f/2.8 which is twice the price so I think that's an easy choice as f/4 is a good match for the improved sensor and AF system.

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Next up the 24-70 f/2.8 II. I might have been happy with the f/4 IS version but unfortunately that lens just isn't very sharp at 50mm wide open and that put me right off it. This second version of the f/2.8 is sharp at all focal lengths and it's really important to me to deliver consistent results.

And finally the new 85 f/1.4 IS. This lens is a bit of a beast but it's very fast to focus and looks great wide open. Much sharper than the 85 f/1.2 is at the wider aperture and so much faster to focus.

I also have quite a few older lenses covering from 8mm to 300mm but I only use those for specialist purposes.

I'm hoping that Canon will introduce a 50mm f/1.4 IS to match the quality of the new 85, that would really please me.

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