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In your bag No: 1346 – Gavin

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In your bag No: 1346 – Gavin

In your bag No: 1346, Gavin Gavin returns to us (after not a great deal of time compared to some) and shares with us how his setup has evolved since his last feature. Still some cracking gear in there though. Check it out. Hello JCH fans and Bellamy aka “The Hunter”. This is my second […]

In your bag No: 1345 – Brad G

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In your bag No: 1345 – Brad G

In your bag No: 1345, Brad G Brad shares with us a fantastic bag. A couple of simple and modern classics, a cool meter and my personal favourite, an olive Domke bag. Very cool stuff. Come and check it out. I am Brad G, a hobbyist street photographer from Sydney, Australia. I only picked up […]

In your bag No: 1344 – Alex

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In your bag No: 1344 – Alex

In your bag No: 1344, Alex There is nothing I like more than poking through an artists bag. They are often a glimpse into the mind of the artist themselves and what inspires them. and this bag is no different. Come and check out this stunning bag. Hello fellow photographers, and thanks to JCH to […]

In your bag No: 1342 – Jamelle Bouie

In your bag No: 1342, Jamelle Bouie Today we have a very pleasing bag, one with old and new classics side by side. And a spot of serious literature too. Come and check out this cracking bag. I’m Jamelle Bouie, a political analyst and hobbyist photographer in Washington D.C. I caught the photography bug just […]

In your bag No: 1341 – Nick De Marco

In your bag No: 1341, Nick De Marco Nick shares his bag with us today, all the way from London. But the bag is not intended for London, rather a much more scenic area. Hence the multitude of different cameras. Come and check out this jam packed bag. I’m Nick De Marco, a lawyer and […]

Camera Review: Greetings from the GDR

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Camera Review: Greetings from the GDR

Camera Review: Greetings from the GDR Today we have a great guest review of a camera that often gets overlooked. Patryk Burchard talks to us about the Praktica MTL5B. A fantastic piece of German photographic history, which you can pick up for a song. Check it out. What will happen if we take German photographic […]

In your bag No: 1340 – Patrick Kuhl

In your bag No: 1340, Patrick Kuhl Patrick shares his very well organised bag for us today. And my word does he carry a lot of stuff… Well, I guess he doesn’t carry all of this, but even so, that is a lot of gear to lug about. Come and check it out. Hello! My […]

In your bag No: 1339 – Philippe Debeerst

In your bag No: 1339, Philippe Debeerst Philippe has been on the site a few times before, always with fantastic bags. And this time around he doesn’t let us down. Not a bag but a flight case. You know it will be big when the cases come out. Check it out. If you don’t mind, […]

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: 1335 – Kollin O’Dannel

In your bag No: 1335, Kollin O’Dannel Today we have another bag that is all about overcoming adversity. This time, Kollin shares with us his special bag and his story about how he was drawn to photography. Inspiring stuff. Check it out. My name is Kollin O’Dannel, I’ve been a reader of the in your […]