In your bag No: 299 – Kevin Van Haesendonck

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In your bag 299, Kevin Van Haesendonck
Kevin rocks a very simple bag indeed, the very basics of what you need to shoot on the street. Come and have a look at this wonderfully pure and straightforward bag.

Hi JCH (and readers)

My name is Kevin, I live in Belgium and moving to Ecuador in January. I photograph mostly models here in Belgium, but moving to Ecuador to become a street/travel/model photographer as my main career.

I started out taking pictures about 5 years ago, with a Nikon digital camera. I bought new ones, until I arrived at my current setup, which is a D700 with most of the Nikon pro line lenses. I use this camera if I have an assignment, or when I need the pictures quick.
I recently got in to analog photography and I must say I enjoy it ever so much. I bought the Leica M6 after reading a lot about it, first with the Voigtlander 5 1.4 but after a while I decided the 50 1.5 would fit my shooting style better.

I go out nearly every week to Antwerp, a big city not far from where I live to shoot the streets, I develop my B&W film myself, and then scan it to put it online.
When I go street shooting this is the bag I take with me.:

ThinkThank Retrospective 20 ( A bit big but I use it for my D700 too)

Leica M6 with Voigtländer 50mm F/1.4

Fuju X100 with a spare battery

My sunglasses

A whole lot of film: from fomapan to dia negatives.

My cellphone ( I took the picture with it).

You can check out my work at www.lakker.be or in the future on www.facesofecuador.com

cheers
Kevin Van Haesendonck

Thanks for sharing your bag with us Kevin. I hope that your travels to Equador are a success and that you find lots of interesting material to shoot.
Check out the links and make sure you come and comment.

Keep them coming folks, we need more submissions, so 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). Send the bag shots here.

Cheers
Japancamerahunter

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