In your bag No: 1266, Ruediger Glatz
I have wanted to have a peek inside Ruediger’s bag for some time. Having chatted about lenses and cameras for a while, it is really interesting to see what he actually shoots. Check this one out.
Ruediger Glatz from Hamburg
My interest is (the daily) life and the mystery around and in it. To get visually a hand on it I always have a camera on me and structure my results in several projects to have a grid I work in.
Most of my projects I consider to be conceptual portraits, but what matters in the end are images.
This is a set-up I carry, when I got out to work on a specific subject…most of the times I have just a single camera on me, which is mostly my M.
HASSELBLAD 500 C/M >> the camera my father used to own and shoot me with, when I was a kid
HASSELBLAD CF T* 80mm 2.8
HASSELBLAD CFV-50 digital back
ALPA TC with finder and wooden grip and adapter for the HASSELBLAD back
SCHNEIDER-KREUZNACH 28mm 5.6
LEICA M240 (with EVF)
LEICA Summicron-M 5cm 2.0
CANON 28mm 2.8
+ extra batteries, iPad mini, Leatherman, ball-pen and very important…sound
Thanks for sharing your bag with us, Ruediger. Nice to see your fathers camera still getting some use.
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