In your bag No: 525, Adam Constantine
A great travellers bag today. It has everything you might need, including the imodium! A very modern travellers bag, with a touch of the old school inside. Come and have a better look.
Love the site – especially the ‘What’s in my bag’ aspect. And I don’t know if you’re still taking submissions for this… my apologies, and ignore this if not, but I thought you might be interested in seeing the “bag” of stuff I took on a recent photo trip to Bangladesh.
I spent 10 days travelling around this extraordinary country with Maciej Dakowikz (Cardiff After Dark, and generally awesome street photographer). Was an incredible trip. Here’s a link to some of the photographs on my Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/adamconstantine/
Leica M6 classic (Big M6 Logo) with 35mm Summarit 35mm 1:2.5 and hood
Nikon D700 with Nikon 18-35mm 3.5-4.5 ED
Fuji Pro400H film
Sketchbook (ruled vs plain stitched, Paperchase UK)
Pilot G-Tech C4 pen
Yongnuo Flash Trigger/receiver + Yashica CS-140 Flash
MacBook Air 11″ 64Gb
Sandisk 32Gb Micro USB Flash drives (x3)
Immodium (in case of Dhaka Belly)
Water purification tablets
50% Deet anti-mosquito roll-on
Malarone Anti-Malaria tablets
iPhone 4 (32Gb)
Kodak Lens Brush
Leica Lens Cloth
Sandisk card reader, batteries and Sandisk Extreme/Pro CF/SD cards
Apologies as I couldn’t get the actual Bag (a Domke F-6, Black) in the shot… it would have ruined the symmetry.
The trip was amazing. Very hard work, very challenging nutritionally! But the people we met were incredibly friendly, hospitable and curious about why we were there.
Keep up the great site.
(I am a Graphic Designer, Lecturer at a UK college teaching Graphic Design and Photography based in rural Shropshire UK)
Thanks for the bag shot Adam. Love the bag and the story too. It must have been a great trip.
Check out the link and make sure you come and comment.
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