In your bag 501- Robert Kittel
Robert is back, again. He has been on here a couple of times before(here and here), but each time his bag has been different. Now he has another bag for us, and it is lovely.
In your bag: The Top 10
Seeing as we have just had the five hundredth bag shot, I thought it might be nice to list the top ten most popular bag shots that have been on the site. And you might be surprised as to the results. I have decided to list them from 10 to 1, so as to keep the suspense (and because that is how they did it on top of the pops).
In your bag 500 – Doublewhirler
Well, we made it. Number 500! I didn’t really think it would go this far when I started with the first bag shot, as a bit of fun to fill the time. Now I have a load of bag shots backlogged and we have seen some amazing bags on the site. Number 500 has been a difficult choice for me. Do I get someone famous or something like that? Do stick to my rules and put the next person in the line on? Perhaps a traditional bag? I went through all of the shots I have now and I sat for a long time trying to figure out what I wanted it to be. It was a very tough decision, but I finally came to one which I feel reflects the evolution of the bag series and the personality of the shooters. I also felt that it was important for people to know that it doesn’t matter if your bag is film, digital or wet plate, anything is welcome.
In your bag 500 is a husband and wife team who shoot with film and digital. Because that is what it is all about really, shooting with whatever makes you happy.
I hope that you enjoy this one and all the previous ones. Please keep them coming, I am going to keep on doing this until there are no more left to do. And please come and comment. What was your favourite bag?
In your bag 497, Rikard Landberg
Rikard is here to show us how simple it can be. No bag in sight, so I am guessing that it a case of stuffing it in his pockets and shooting. Check it out.
In your bag 492, Kevin Van den Panhuyzen
Not long now until 500. Kevin brings us…well, there is no bag. It is more of a ‘what do you carry?’ shot. But a great one nonetheless.
In your bag 490, Peter Ross
10 more to go and then we reach the magic 500! But there are still some great bags coming in. Today Peter shares hims bag with us from Germany. Check it out.
In your bag 487, Mattias Westfalk
Mattias shares with us his super medium format bag all the way from….Japan! It is about time we had another bag from Japan and Mattias brings us something for the purists.
In your bag 486 – Eddie Eng
Wait, nobody move! This is a stick up! Gimmie all your film! Eddie has a pretty interesting bag. Come and see what I mean.
In your bag 484, Mark Raugas
Mark brings us a very cool bag with a camera that you don’t see people shooting everyday, a massive Mamiya 645 AFD. Simple and smart, this is the sort of bag I would love to have.