In your bag No: 381 – David Bromley

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In your bag 381, David Bromley
David has been on the site before. A while back he gave us a fantastic little piece about how to develop your own b&w film. Now David is back and he has his bag to share with us all. Come and have a look at this great setup.

Hi Bellamy

I sent a bag shot a few months ago, but it was a bit rubbish, plus it has changed a bit since then.
Here are my current bags:

Street Bag:
Its taken a while but i’ve settled on this for my street photography.

Billingham Hadley Pro
Nikon F80 w 50mm 1.4D & 28mm 2.8D (used to take bag shot)
Canon Canonet QL19 Giii
Olympus [mju:]-1 (stylus in U.S)
Films, currently Agfa APX and Fuji Sensia, but usually Ilford HP5
London map and notebook
Flask, for a nice cup of tea.

Digital Bag:
I recently went digital.  I mainly use this for shooting things for my blog, local bands or charity events.

Billingham Hadley Pro
Nikon D2Xs w 50mm 1.4D & 28mm 2.8D
Metz 44-AF Digital flash

I have been enjoying photography for 15 years now (half my life!).  My equipment has changed a lot over the years.  I’ve used many Nikon 35mm film SLRs, a Yashica TLR, a few Lomo cameras and Polaroids. After leaving school I completed a Photography and design diploma and a degree in wildlife photography, in my home town of Blackpool U.K (an ageing seaside resort). I now live in the South of England and mainly concentrate on London street photography, blogging and studying Psychology for an Open University degree.

You can see my photos here:

http://dbsphotoblog.wordpress.com/

http://www.flickr.com/photos/dave_bromley/sets/

Thanks
Dave

Thanks for sharing your bag with us David. It is good to see that there are others who consider tea a very important part of their bag. I have recently been on the lookout for a decent flask.
Check out David’s 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

2 Responses to In your bag No: 381 – David Bromley

darren January 4, 2013 at 2:44 pm

Still looking around to find the perfect bag…. I had one of these in my hands a couple of days ago, but it’s quite narrow inside and I am not sure if it would fit my Mamiya C330. Any suggestions for a bag which is both good looking and would carry a particularly chunky TLR?

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