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In your bag No: 1264 – Derren Poole

In your bag No: 1264, Derren Poole Derren is a musician who has applied his experience in lugging around instruments to help minimise his GAS and keep his bag simple enough for his needs. Check out this beauty. Anyone who knows me well, will tell you I’m all about the ‘small’! It’s a bit of […]

In your bag No: 1261 – Gregoire “TETE DE LOUP” Huret

In your bag No: 1261, Gregoire “TETE DE LOUP” Huret Gregoire doesn’t have a bag, but that is ok, I forgive him, because he has the sheer audacity to carry around a bottle of Tabasco in France, which I thought was a crime against French cuisine. Check out this cool setup. Hi JCH, I’m Grégoire […]

In your bag 727, Gemma Rochester Yay! A lady bag! It is not all that often we get them on the site, so it is really nice to see them represented. And represented well, this one is awesome. Come and check it out.

In your bag 710, Chris Despatie WE have a really nice bag for you today. A great mix of film and digital, showing that they can get along in perfect harmony. Come and have a look.

In your bag No: 675, Thorsten von Overgaard Pt: 1 Now this is a bag post I have been after for some time. I asked Thorsten to do this a while back and I know that being and international man of photography he is very busy, so I a really pleased that he has been […]

In your bag No: 663, Joona Sipi We have a returnee today. Joona was first featured over a year ago as number 165, and now he is bag with a new setup for us all. Come and check out this cool bag from Finland.

In your bag No: 643, Scott Griffin Today we have a students bag for you. Scott is still studying but manages to find the time to shoot (and collect cameras). Come and have a look at this great user bag.

In your bag No: 631, Ralph Schmolling Today we have a very cool Zenza bag for you all. Ralph knows his kit well and explains to us some of the problems that you might find with the classic Bronica setup. Check it out.

How to shoot film without getting a divorce by Paul Schofield Paul shares with us a fun little piece about photography and our changing lives, and spefically how to deal with a crippling film photography habit when you have a family to take care of.