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In your bag No: 504 – David White


In your bag 504, David White
Todays bag is gorgeous. A multi format wonder, that is carried in a beautiful briefcase. What more could you ask for?

I really enjoy your site and blog, especially seeing what people are shooting with. My bag is a bit similar to Valentin’s #467 except I’m too old and brittle for the skateboard! I have a Speed Graphic with 135mm optar, a Polaroid 100 and a Leica R3 with 24 f2.8, 50mm f2 & 90mm f2.8.

The case was my fathers work briefcase from the 80′s. It does all fit, although sometimes I wear the light meter and load my jacket pockets up with film. I’m a commercial photographer from Melbourne, Australia and shoot mostly corporate jobs and advertising with Hasselblad & Canon digital gear and I really love putting that all away and using film and natural light. I also have an urban landscape bag (mamiya RZ kit) & a family holiday bag (Hasselblad V) but will save that for another day.

David.

David White – Photographer
http://www.davidwhitephotography.com.au/

Thanks for sharing your bag with us David and thanks for following the site. Great to see the speed graphic. I love those things.
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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

6 thoughts on “In your bag No: 504 – David White”

  1. I haven’t seen polaroid sheet film in a while. Is that the last of your stash or can you still buy it in Australia?

    1. Yeah you can! You can buy fp100c at Georges Cameras in Sydney. Its great but a bit expensive. I still have a stash from my trip from hong kong

  2. thanks jeff, and yep, it’s the last of my stash of 55. i have 8 sheets left as well as a couple of boxes of 59 but the colour is all over the place. 55 is my favourite film and can’t wait for “new 55″ to become commercially available.

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