In your bag No: 1271 – Samuel Scully

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In your bag No: 1271, Samuel Scully
Today we skip down to the southern hemisphere and check out Samuel’s bag. A relatively recent convert to film, Samuel shares with us his modern mix of film and digital gear. Check it out.

My name is Samuel Scully and i come from New Zealand! I started shooting digitaly a few years ago now and after a few months of owning a dslr i began to shoot predominantly analogue. This year I’ve been developing my own b&w film and i am really loving the very intimate, hands on feeling i get from doing so! I shoot anything really, normally just whatever catches my eye when out skating.

In my bag you will find:
-minolta x-700 with md rokkor 45mm f2
-canon eos 5d with 50mm 1.8
-Olympus xa
-macpac bag
-film, cheap color usually Kodak gold and black and white is normally agfa apx 100 rolled myself
-notebook and pencil
-mini maglite torch
– wenger pocket knife
-ipod nano

The bag itself is only really used when i need to carry my canon as i prefer to have the minolta on my shoulder and the Olympus in my pocket.

You can see some of my images at:
scullysamuel.tumblr.com
Thanks heaps!
Samuel

Thanks for sharing you bag with us, Samuel. I like that Minolta, the chunkiness of it sits well next to the Canon.
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