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In your bag No: 1423 – Tom Allen

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In your bag No: 1423 – Tom Allen

In your bag No: 1423, Tom Allen Tom is a young man who shoots film thanks to an attic find. Lots of film and somewhere in the shot you might be able to see a bag too. Check it out. Hello JapanCameraHunter! I’ve been following this website for a while and have really enjoyed nosing […]

Camera Geekery: Minolta M Rokkor 28mm f/2.8 – Lens Review

Minolta M Rokkor 28mm f/2.8 – Lens Review Today we have a guest lens review. On a star of an M mount lens. This piece was originally featured over on www.casualphotophile.com, but I thought it would fit well on here too. Check it out. The end of a tiresome week found me weary, disheartened, and […]

In your bag No: 1415 – Fortes Odair Nelson

In your bag No: 1415, Fortes Odair Nelson Something lovely for the weekend. Fortes Odair shares his lovely gear with us from Brussels. It is not often we get bags from that neck of the European woods. Check it out. My Name is Fortes Odair, born and raised in Luxembourg, but as I am studying […]

In your bag No: 1404 – Stephan Spiegelberg

In your bag No: 1404, Stephan Spiegelberg Stephan has been on the site before. In fact, he was one of the very first bag shots to be featured on the site. Safe to say Stephan like to pace himself when it comes to bag shots. But now he is back, and with a delightful setup. […]

Camera Geekery: Jose Luis Gonzalez

Camera Geekery: Jose Luis Gonzalez I get to see some pretty impressive collections doing this job, but often they are presented pretty badly (phone snapshots being a major culprit). Jose Luis Gonzalez is the other extreme, his light painting images of his cameras are some of the most impressive cameraporn I have ever seen. There […]

In your bag No: 1395 – Paul

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In your bag No: 1395 – Paul

In your bag No: 1395, Paul Paul here is from London, and he shares with us some of the gear he likes to take out when he shoots the streets of London. Including a rather interesting book that looks a little out of place. I wonder why… My name’s Paul and I’m from London. I […]

In your bag No: 1380 – Sarah Flores

In your bag No: 1380, Sarah Flores Sarah is back, after a bit of a hiatus. This is her 4th bag on the site, which has to be some kind of record. By the looks of things, she has finally found her (almost) ideal setup too. Check it out. Hello again, This is probably my […]

Camera Review: Fujifilm GX 680 III S Professional

Camera Review: Fujifilm GX 680 III S Professional Joe Curzon is back with another camera review. And he always picks the outsiders. This time it could be considered the ultimate outsider. A gigantic camera that hardly anyone has used. But Joe has, and he has written about it. Check it out. Gear Acquisition Syndrome is […]

In your bag No: 1376 – Daniel J. Schneider

In your bag No: 1376, Daniel J. Schneider Daniel has a total backbreaker of a setup for us today. Really lovely gear, but I wouldn’t fancy carrying that lot around even for a short journey. Maybe I am getting old… I never took photography seriously when I was younger, in those pre-digital days. But I […]

Camera Geekery: Custom Cameras by Dora Goodman

Camera Geekery: Custom Cameras by Dora Goodman Recently whilst bumbling around on instagram I came across some fascinating and beautiful custom cameras (I found them through @kameracraft, who you should follow). They were mesmerising and proving to be extremely popular. So I got in touch with the creator of these masterpieces. Dora Goodman shares a […]