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In your bag No: 1470 – Richard Goulding

In your bag No: 1470, Richard Goulding Richard Goulding shares a superb modern setup with us today. Samsung makes cameras, who woulda thunk? Here is my bag, and it follows the general trend to downsize and simplify my kit. I’m a photographer based in Manchester UK, and my personal work centres on ‘the gentle art’ […]

Jesse’s Book Review – écriture by Kenjiro Akama

Jesse’s Book Review – écriture by Kenjiro Akama Jesse is back with another great book review. This time by Japanese photographer Kenjiro Akama. Check it out. Circa 2010, anyone who said they were a photographer in Tokyo…was for the most part a film shooting street photographer. So much has changed since then, where now in […]

In your bag No: 1468 – Mbenk

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In your bag No: 1468 – Mbenk

In your bag No: 1468, Mbenk Todays bag come to us from Indonesia. Mbenk shares with us his babymoon kit. Check it out. Well, my name is Mbenk from Bandar Lampung, Indonesia. Currently, I live in Jakarta however. Today, I show you my gear for babymoon session with my wife and my baby bump! My […]

Get Featured: Clifford Cooper

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Get Featured: Clifford Cooper

Get featured: Clifford Cooper Clifford shares with us work shot in LA, The City of Angels. He tries to capture the reality behind the veneer of success in the city that inspires so many dreams. Check it out. The name Los Angeles is Spanish for “The Angels”. While people come to Los Angeles with hopes […]

In your bag No: 1466 – Hansjörg Betschart

In your bag No: 1466, Hansjörg Betschart After a nice long weekend we are back on the saddle with a new bag. This time Hansjörg from Switzerland joins us. Aloha from Switzerland… Hansjörg Betschart, Bülach, Switzerland I’m Hansjörg. I live in a small town near Zürich, Switzerland. I shooting just black and white, because i […]

In your bag No: 1465 – James Gifford-Mead

In your bag No: 1465, James Gifford-Mead James has a very straightforward and solid setup for us to check out. This is about as desirable as it gets for street photographers. Though I wouldn’t have a mug in my bag, my gear would get covered in tea. I have only been shooting film again for […]

Camera Geekery: The Royal Blue Trio

Camera Geekery: The Royal Blue Trio I get to see a lot of amazing cameras doing my job, and it never gets old. But once in a while I get to see something that really blows my socks off. And this is one of those times. A completely unique and very special trio of rare […]

In your bag No: 1463 – Dennis Santella

In your bag No: 1462, Dennis Santella Dennis is back. He has been on the site before with a very cool bag and now shares with us another simple and very interesting setup. Check it out. Hey all, Thought I would send you an update and an unusual camera that’s actually getting some use. I […]

In your bag No: 1462 – Romain Dégrés

In your bag No: 1461, Romain Dégrés Romain has a couple of sweet bags for us today. He made the switch from film to digital and now has a pair of lovely setups for us to drool over. Check them out. I got back to analog photography a few years ago when I realised that, […]

In your bag No: 1461- Brent Liebenberg

In your bag No: 1460, Brent Liebenberg Brent is a bit of a cheat. He isn’t sharing one bag, or even two bags. But three and a bit bags. that has to be some kind of record. Check it out. Hi Bellamy. I’m a huge fan of the site, and I’ve been meaning to submit […]