In your bag No: 562, Richard Lee Richard brings us a super moody looking bag shot today. Richard is purist in his idea, that this is not a collection, merely a set of tools to be used for their purpose. Come and have a look at this straightforward bag.
In your bag No: 560, Josh White Josh was featured as one of the very earliest bags, all the way back in 2011. And now he is back, with a new bag and new gear. Check out how things have changed since bag number 25.
In your bag No: 557, Sharon Yim The first for a while, we have a ladies bag on IYB. And what a cracker it is. Sharon is not only a film photography fan, but a fan of good books and good mints too. Check out this great bag shot.
In your bag No: 552, Andre Marthino Todays shot is perfect for a Sunday. Well laid out, and perfectly simple. The only thing missing is the bag! Seriously though, this is a lovely setup that anyone would be happy to use. Check it out.
In your bag No: 545, Henry Balaszeskul Henry has the very latest camera and a 75 year old camera in the same bag, and he is only 19! He even carries a pair of shoes apparently. Check out this cool bag from Switzerland.
In your bag No: 529, Brian Scott Peterson I am very excited to feature Brian’s bag for you today. Brian is a regular face around Tokyo (in fact I bumped into him yesterday at the fair) and the main man behind Photohoku. He also has a totally epic bag. Check it out.
In your bag No: 522, Kevin J Briggs Kevin shares his with us his great studio style bag. This bag has it all, including one of my favourites, the X-pan. Seriously, I love this camera, especially with slide film. What a beauty.
In your bag No: 516, Stephane Bednarek It is not often that you see a train drivers bag, especially when they come with these amazing large format beauties. Both of these bags are absolutely amazing. Enjoy.