In your bag number 138, Ryan Peacock
Right, we have a street photographer bag for you today coming from the UK. Check out Ryan’s bag and his work, this is one purposeful bag…
My name is Ryan Peacock and I’m from Southport UK (Near Liverpool) I’ve been shooting street seriously for 5years and started taking photos when I was roughly 9years old. I run the Street photographer blog where I feature street photographers from all over the Globe!
I’ve recently got back to shooting film in the past 8 months when I bought my Bessa R2 because I can’t afford a Leica M6 at the moment and I broke my Pentax ME Super, but I am looking into getting an M6 as soon as possible!
I shoot with a Leica M8 and Voigtlander Bessa R2 most of the time. I use Leica because I can’t stand half the gizmos on a DSLR! and the Rangefinder is more suited to my genre of photography Street. I don’t always carry everything pictured but this is my kit If I’m out to shoot a full day !
On a day to day bases I tend to carry around my Billingham Hadley Digital (not pictured) with either my M8 or Bess R2 along with Neopan film and my Journal recently just started this new Cartesio journal, I use to use Moleskine.
I like the work of Markus Hartel, Chris Weeks, Charlie Kirk and Severin Koller.
When I’m out shooting I look out for the interesting, unusual and anything that stands out to me I’m always looking for quirky things.
My Links : Twitter: @Resfotografie
So the contents:
Billingham Hadley Small Bag
Voigtlander Bessa R2 with a Voigtlander Ultron F2.8 / 28mm Lens attached
Olympus MJU II (for the snap shots)
Leica Summarit-M F2.5 / 50mm Lens
Film Holder (From 7dayshop)
Hoya HMC 46mm Red Filter (25A)
Leatherman Squirt PS4 multi tool
Fuji Neopan 400 & Acros 100 35mm Film
Orange Fresh Ilford Cleaning cloth
Black Electrical tape
Cartesio burnt orange journal (from the journal shop)
Stabilo permanent marker
iPhone 4s with (M8 Skin from ebay)
Thanks Res . . .
Brilliant stuff Res, thanks for sharing your bag and your sites. Folks, you should definitely go and check out his sites and follow Ryan on twitter etc. There is some good stuff going on there.
Keep them coming folks, we need more submissions, so get your bag on Japancamerahunter.com. Send me a hi resolution image of the bag (please make sure it is horizontal) and its contents, with some details about yourself and what you shoot. Oh and don’t forget your contact details (twitter, flickr, tumbler et al). Send the bag shots here.
Ryan’s blog is cool. Another site to read during slow days in the office :-)
Thanks for sharing!