In your bag No: 330 – Julian Tröps

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In your bag 330, Julian Tröps
A cool bag from a 14 year old! Todays bag also features a toe. Yes, a toe. Check it out.

Hey
My name Julian, I’m 14 years old and I come from Germany.

I started with photography since I was nine years old. Yes! -with nine. I got my first camera (it was a film camera, but I shot just for fun and without a film in it), it was a German Braun camera and I have it till today ! I started with serious photography in the mid of 2011 with an film camera from Agfa. But at this time I don’t understood how a camera works. After the development of the first film I got two pictures, and they were out of focus. Two month late I bought a DSLR, a Canon  40D. With this camera I could practice until I could work with the aperture and shutter speeds. Two month ago I bought a Minolta X700, a film SLR. This camera is great. With this camera I have full control of my photographs.

I gave my films to a local photoshop. They develop my films for 2€/each (3$). After the developing I scan my film with a film scanner and put this on my Flickr Photostream and my Blog.

I only show here my film camera setup, my digital setup includes my Canon 40D with some lenses and some flashes,umbrellas, an iPad 2 and tripods.

Digital I shoot people and sport and with film I shoot people and street.

Okay now I show you what is in my film camerabag :

This is my equipment with a short introduce and what I do with it :

- My bag is a bag from UCOB, United Colors of Benetton.

I don’t know which bag it is, but what I know is that bag is quite small.

- Minolta X700, a SLR..great camera, easy to use. On this camera is a 50mm 1.8 or an 28mm 2.8    lens. I use it for art and street photography.

- Lomography Diana Mini, a 135 film camera, point and shoot camera.

- Agfa Silette 1, a German full manuel camera. This camera I use for art photography.

- iPhone 4 with a Fisheye-case, please don’t kill me – I use it for Instagram.

- a digital flash

- some films

- lens swaps

Unfortunately no Leica is in my bag, but I hope in the next 20 years I will get one. I’m just a student. Haha.

Because the bag is quite small I can only carry 1-2 cameras. Mostly I take my Minolta and my Diana Mini, six films, my iPhone and the flash. Although I have big bag, but this bag is for my digital setup and its two big for the city ;)

The is a heavy weight : 2,3 kilo (4,6 pounds)

I hope my English was clear and easy to read. And thank you for reading my text.

Keep on going, Japan Camera Hunters !

Greetings from Germany

Add and follow me:

http://www.facebook.com/julian.troeps

http://twitter.com/julian_troeps

juliantroepsphoto.tumblr.com

Julian Troeps (Tröps)

Thanks for sharing your bag with us Julian, it is nice to see one so young who is so passionate about photography.
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

5 Responses to In your bag No: 330 – Julian Tröps

Julian Troeps November 13, 2012 at 2:13 pm

Tanks for posting. But I have to say something to the links. I use Facebook only for communication, not for photos. Same twitter. You can find my photos on my blog. But till today I don’t had time to upload some pictures. There are no film-pictures today. I hope I can upload some photos next time.
Sorry for that !

Cheers

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ZDP-189 November 13, 2012 at 2:52 pm

I love how Germans like to write three pages of perfect prose and sign off with something like “I hope you find no fault with my grammar; English is only my fourth language.”

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