In your bag number 11, Jing Wen from Singapore
I’m Jing Wen from Singapore and I’m a photographer working with Cake Images, a commercial and portraiture studio. Shooting so much digital for work, I’ve recently turned to film to shoot in my own personal time, and this is the bag I usually carry around if I’m not lugging around a tripod. Although I typically shoot close-up and macro shots of plants and flowers with my 5D2, with film I shoot more of the still life and landscapes around me and I’m using a Hasselblad for that because there’s something really classic about them.
Onto the bag, I’m using a Billingham Hadley Pro (Black/Black) and it’s got a really classy design that apparently lots of ladies like so that’s a bonus. Although many photographers recognise this bag, most other people think it’s just a normal bag so it’s not so conspicuous in that way. Very tough and durable bag by the way, and I feel that black with black trim looks more modern than the tan and brown trim version.
Hasselblad 500C/M & Zeiss Planar T* 2,8/80 CF lens – My favourite film camera now and I love using Zeiss glass as well, ever since I tried the Zeiss Makro-Planar lens
2x A12 magazine (Ilford FP4 Plus / Kodak Portra 400VC) – Lets me switch between b&w and color on the fly
Soligor Digital Spotmeter – For 1 degree spot metering with the Zone system
Lock & Lock Sports Handy Bottle – Hot weather in Singapore requires lots of water to stay hydrated
Redoxon container – For storing a finished roll of 120 film
B60 to 62mm adapter ring – Pretty obvious what this is for
Hoya 62mm red filter (25A) & Hoya 62mm yellow filter (K2) – For b&w filtering
Portra 400VC, Ektar 100, TMAX 400 – Spare rolls of film
Cable release – Used if I’m going for speeds under 1/60s or if I brought my tripod
LensPen – Just in case I need to clean the lens
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This is a stunning collection, the Hassy is beautiful. And the black Billingham bag is something special, I love the classic lines.
Keep them coming folks, get your bag on Japancamerahunter.com. Send me a hi resolution image of the bag (please make sure it is horizontal) and its contents, with some details about yourself and what you shoot. Oh and don’t forget your contact details (twitter, flickr, tumbler et al).