In your bag 1033, JoséMa Orsini
Wow, we don’t often get bags from Venezuela, but when we do they are always awesome, just like this one. Check it out.
Hi! My name is JoséMa Orsini, I’m from Venezuela.
I work as a Senior Support Engineer in a software company and also I’m a freelance photographer.
I work mostly with film, however, I keep a Canon Powershot S100 in my pocket (picture above was taken with it) because it’s so compact, lightweight and has all options I need for everyday photography. This setup is special because it’s meant for an important event: My own wedding. I was used to shot pictures to the bride and groom few years back when I worked as a wedding photographer, but this time perspective is somewhat different.
– Yashica Electro 35 GSN. The cheapest rangefinder you can find with an amazing lens. Sturdy, quiet and fast. I’ll shoot with this one during the pre-ceremony and the reception.
– Lomo LC-A+. I like the aesthetics of lo-fi photography and this little camera is fast and good enough for it. My wife will carry this one before the ceremony and during the reception/party (that explains the Sunpak Flash attached to the hot-shoe).
– Fuji Instax Mini: I’m used to give away prints and instant photos to events’ attendees, so this one will create instant memories for relatives and friends.
– Fuji QuickSnap 800. I’ll give away these ones to the attendees so they can snap some photos.
– Canon Powershot S100 (Not pictured): Pocketable, lightweight and better than most cameraphones. Actually it belongs to my wife. I’m saving some money for the Fuji X100T
– Kodak Tri-X. Best b&w film. Enough said.
– Lomography CN 100: Cheap Color Negative Film, suitable for most occasions.
– Fuji Instax Mini film.
The bag is a Kenneth Cole Reaction bag. It’s my everyday bag and it’s always carry the Yashica, Canon Powershot S100, some Tri-X or any other B&W film like Ilford Pan F Plus 50 or Agfa APX 100, and a small Moleskine notebook (not pictured, I’m rehearsing my wedding vows).
Most of my work in film format is published in my website. I also have a blog, which is in Spanish, but most Portfolio items have their description in English (no need to struggle with online translators!). I also have EyeEm and Instagram profiles.
Keep up the good work, Bellamy! Greetings from Venezuela.
Thanks for sharing your bag with us JoséMa. I hope I can come and visit your beautiful country one day.
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