Tag: classic-camera

In your bag No: 1336 – Dominique

In your bag No: 1336, Dominique Dominique has a super simple street bag for us all today. Showing us a couple of fantastic classic Minolta cameras. This is what it is all about, keeping it straightforward and to the point. Check it out. My name is Dominique. I am a photographer based in Sydney but […]

In your bag No: 1328 – Nathan

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In your bag No: 1328 – Nathan

In your bag No: 1328, Nathan¬† Don’t let the feature image fool you, Nathan does actually have a bag. But he thought it might be nice to share an image of his collection too. Normally I wouldn’t feature something like this but it is such an impressive shot I felt compelled to. Thanks for running […]

In your bag No: 1324 – Christoph Schultes

In your bag No: 1324, Christoph Schultes Christoph brings a very nice Sunday setup to us today. Perfect viewing for a relaxing day before heading out to do a spot of shooting. If this bag isn’t inspirational then I don’t know what is. Check it out. Finally I am sending you an “In your Bag” […]

Your First Camera – By Dan K

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Your First Camera – By Dan K

My First Camera, by Dan K Dan seems to be on a bit of a roll at the minute, and who are we to complain? This time he talks about his beginnings in his photographic journey, and how things have changed for the current generation. I still have my first camera, and it is still […]

In your bag No: 1308 – Jake Horn

In your bag No: 1308, Jake Horn Now this is a lovely bag. Simple and precise. With a real timeless classic of a camera. Jake has got it locked down tight with this one. Check it out. My name is Jake Horn and I’m a mechanical engineer living in Nashville, Tennessee. My passion is for […]

In your bag No: 1303 – Rod Thompson

In your bag No: 1303, Rod Thompson Rod bring a totally digital bag to the table today. This is his setup from a recent trip touring the streets of Tokyo. Simple and includes a spoon….wait, what? A spoon? I guess you never know when one might come in handy… Here is the kit I recently […]

Camera Geekery: FED 50 review

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Camera Geekery: FED 50 review

Camera Geekery: FED 50 review Stephen Dowling from over at Zorkiphoto is a regular contributor to the site. And this time he shares with us a piece that was originally featured over on his site. A great little review of a camera that can be picked up for next to nothing. The FED 50, the […]

In your bag No: 1273 – Marc Holstein

In your bag No: 1273, Marc Holstein Marc is a returnee with a couple of bags for us. Perfect Sunday afternoon viewing. Check them out. My name is Marc Holstein and i am a photographer based in Frankfurt Germany. My bag has previously been featured on your blog and it has evolved a bit since […]

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 […]

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 […]