Tag: camera-bag

In your bag No: 1253 – Matthias Winkel

In your bag No: 1253, Matthias Winkel Matthias has a very straightforward bag, that is far from being lightweight. This is some serious kit. Two outstanding cameras, which he seemed to get for total bargains. Check it out. Hello, My Name is Matthias Winkel, living in Hamburg/Germany. I started to take pictures with my parents […]

In your bag No: 1246 – Joakim Fjeldli

In your bag No: 1246, Joakim Fjeldli Third time is a charm for Joakim. He is back again to share with us his bag and his rather customised Leica too. Check this one out. Hi (again). This is my third (!) submission to Whats in my bag. As always, I’m a norwegian photojournalist and analog […]

Brady Gelderburn: The Grandfather of Modern Camera Bags

Brady Gelderburn: The Grandfather of Modern Camera Bags By Cheyenne Morrison Cheyenne shares with us a bit of a history lesson. But not your usual one, this is a history lesson on how we came to have what we consider to be modern ‘classic style’ camera bag. There is also a bit of a bag […]

In your bag No: 1240 – Rachelle M

In your bag No: 1240, Rachelle M What I like about this bag is the honesty of it all. This is a bag that has clearly been put together with purpose after a lot of experience. And what a bag it is. Oh, and that it is in the lovely city of Kyoto. Check it […]

In your bag No: 1238 – Eric Velado

In your bag No: 1238, Eric Velado Who says ‘In your Bag’ is all about fancy Leica’s and whatnot? Here we have a nice little setup which offers up some nice little alternative to bigger names, some classic old Yashica SLR’s. Check it out. Hi, JCH community! My name is Eric Velado and I am […]

In your bag No: 1235 – John L. Jaeggli

In your bag No: 1235, John L. Jaeggli Today we don’t have a readers bag, but his grandfathers bag! Jacob shares with us the bag that his grandfather carried around Europe in the years after WWII. There is also a fascinating story of a camera taken during the war and returned. I just wish there […]

In your bag No: 1234 – Joseph Szymanski

In your bag No: 1234, Joseph Szymanski Joseph shares with us not his daily carry bag, but the bag he puts together for long distance, and apparently it has taken him quite a while to find the setup that he really wants to take with him. I know exactly how he feels. Check it out. […]

JCH Reviews: Artisan & Artist

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JCH Reviews: Artisan & Artist I don’t often do reviews, but when Artisan & Astist asked me to take one of their new bags and strap for a spin I couldn’t really refuse. I used to work with these bags and I had not used on for some time. Come and read my thoughts on […]

In your bag 745, Peter Stewart There is hardly a bag in this one. It is there, but barely there. But it doesn’t matter as this is a really cool setup. Simple and to the point.

In your bag No: 743 – Matt Day

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In your bag 743, Matt Day Looks like we are starting strong in 2014 with another great bag for you all. Matt shares with us a very similar bag to the one I carry. Check it out.