Tag: rangefinder

Your First 10,000 Photographs May Include Some of Your Best by Dan K After a recent comment on this site, Dan K has been kind enough to share with us his thoughts on one of the most well known, perhaps overused and possibly misquoted photography quotes of all time. Over to you Dan.

In your bag No: 535, Ethan Chiang Todays bag is a very simple set of digital gear aimed primarily at street photography. And Ethan gets to shoot street in one of my favourite cities for it, Taipei. Come and have a look at this great setup.

Tokyo Used Camera Fair Report The start of the summertime and the fair is in town, but instead of candy floss, soggy hotdogs and incorrect change, this is the used camera fair from the Imported Camera Society of Japan. Read on and see some gems.

In your bag 493, Jeremy Krumsick Jeremy brings us a mental street beast of a bag. Carrying around a 67 for street work is going to make you fit, and the shutter is like a thunderclap, but that doesn’t put Jeremy off. Come and have a look.

In your bag 489, Dan Williams Another day, another Dan. But this Dan is different…He lives on a boat! So I am not even sure if he can see this at the moment. But you can, and it is an awesome setup. Including a lovely pair of shoes.

Camera Repainting and Modification A while ago I made a post about the great Kanto camera, and some of the services they offer. Well, I liked their service so much and I was so impressed with what they had on offer I decided to get something done for myself. A little reward for all of […]

In your bag 483, Raul Palma A little bit late, but we got there. Raul brings us a very nice couple of bags. And Some pics too. Some of them as NSFW, you have been warned.

In your bag 477, Gianfranco Catullo Todays bag is not only visually stunning, it has a purpose too and gets used in a professional setting. Gianfranco must be one of the few photographers who still shoots weddings with film, good on him. Check out this lovely bag.

In your bag 472, Paul Schofield Todays bag contains my favourite SLR of all time. Paul has been kind enough to send in a really lovely purist bag and a brilliant description of his process. Come and see.