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In your bag No: 1307 – Stefan Lister

In your bag No: 1307, Stefan Lister Stefan was on the site a while back with a seriously epic bag. And now he is back, with something even more epic, if that is even possible. It is not often we get large format bags, and I love it when we do. Check out this beauty. […]

In your bag No: 1285 – Kemal

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In your bag No: 1285 – Kemal

In your bag No: 1285, Kemal Kemal is really eager, as he was featured only 100 bags ago. But this time he is back with his gorgeous Minolta stuffed inside a new bag. Check this one out. Hi Friends, I already shared a bag of mine a while ago. But it was more like a […]

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. […]

If a camera could tell a story Sometimes I wonder what story a camera would tell if it could. We can see a visual record of everything that camera has seen, as long as we know the provenance of that camera and have access to all of the images it took. But that is almost […]

In your bag 729, Jani Penttinen Jani has a pretty cool setup for us, all the way from Finland. This one has it all. Including a story about photography changing ones life. Come and check it out.

In your bag 721, Luis Castañeda Today we have a bag from Mexico city, which we don’t get all that often. That is a place that I have always wanted to go and shoot. Maybe one day…

In your bag 719, Chris Cameron Chris has a seriously simple setup for the streets of Hong Kong. And he has a lovely story of how he got back into shooting film. Come and check it out.