In your bag 308, Jan Nullas
We have a bag for you today from the Philippines. And another knifey bag. What is it with you guys and knives? Are you all in mortal danger or do you all have a fondness for hard rind citrus fruits? Anyway, lets have a look at the bag…
Hello guys! Brief introduction first. I’m Jan Nullas from the Philippines, 19 years old, a college student taking up a degree in Advertising Arts from the University of Santo Tomas (UST), a history geek and a lover of all things related to photography. :D
So what’s in my bag? Well, for starters, my bag is a cheapo shoulder bag I bought from a local bookstore. A small monster, this baby can withstand the not-so-seasonal rain in my country and still keeps its contents from getting wet. I covered the logo of the bag with a flag/patch to make it more… nationalistic in a way.
As for it’s contents, here’s a list of what’s inside:
-My Canon Canonet I named Zoya. I got this from a store somewhere and it still works like a charm.
-My Nikon D3100 (Svetlana). Not pictured here since I used it to take the picture of my whole setup. ;)
-A Canson 9×12 Sketchpad that I use for academic purposes.
-Notebooks (the red and yellow ones) for note taking and drawing random stuff.
-My DIY shoulder strap for my Nikon D3100.
-SD Cards and Film Canisters
-A Nikon 50mm f/1.8 Prime Lens (for street shooting)
-A calculator (for more academic stuff that’s related to MATH… urgh)
-Pens for note taking/drawing.
-Body and lens caps for my Nikon D3100 (again)
-My Netbook + Chargers (not pictured here)
-A sleeve for my netbook (in black)
I primarily shoot street photography ever since our class did it as an assignment back then. And after a little bit of researching and shooting, I fell in love with it. Aside from that, I also do a little bit of photojournalism, mostly of rallies and demonstrations that happen every other time here. I’ve been doing all of that for at least one and a half year, I guess.
For more photos and other lulzy stuff, check out my:
Thanks for your time guys! :)
Thanks for sharing your bag with us Jan. Nice to see a classic Canonet still chugging along. They are great cameras and they have stunning lenses for something so cheap.
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