WHAT'S IN MY BAG?
My main camera is the Nikon D3s and my back up is my trusty Nikon D700 which I love to pieces (it's so light weight compared to the D3s).
MY FAVORITE GLASS?
Over the span of my career I've really gotten to know (pretty intimately) my lens collection. As a professional it's very important to know your arsenal like the back of your hand and know exactly what each lens has to offer in what types of situations. For fine art portraiture, I love the Nikkor 85 mm 1.4, for journalistic documentation the 50mm 1.4 is my choice... both produce such magically delicious bokeh . I use the 85 + 50 lenses interchangeably quite frequently depending on how tight of space I'm in. I also use the Nikkor 70-200 f2.8, Nikkor 24-70 f2.8, and for very detailed shots I use a macro, Sigma 105mm 2.8
WHAT DO I USE FOR POST PROCESSING?
I ALWAYS shoot RAW images in manual mode! All of my post processing is done in Adobe Lightroom and if additional touchups are needed, they are made in Adobe Photoshop. All processing is done on my 27 inch iMac (I could never process photos on a macbook, it's just too small for me) using my Wacom tablet. I use various other plug ins along my workflow to make getting photos to clients as quick as possible. Oh, and a lot of people ask me about actions... All I can tell you is there are A LOT of options available these days, I think the most important thing here is to find the tool that helps portray your style the best (even if you have to make your own actions, hint hint).
HOW DO I CARRY MY GEAR?
Well it depends on what kind of job I'm going out on. I have an array of gear carrying vessels... my favorite & most versatile camera bag is my Burton Zoom Pack. I can fit most everything in it and throw it on my back which is easy for walking around the city and of course, snowboarding with my gear safe and sound. For weddings and traveling with my gear I prefer to use my Think Tank rolling airport bag which meets all airport carry on requirements. Lastly, I use the shoot sac when I need to carry one or 2 extra lenses with me.