In your bag 885, Dominic Remane
Today we have a film industry professionals bag. Dominic shares with us the bag he takes for work and personal shooting. A lovely mix of film and digital. Check it out.
I thought I would share my bag with you as I am currently preparing to depart for Dublin to start filming Vikings Season 3. Professionally I work as a Visual Effects Supervisor on film and television sets and as a hobby I shoot street and documentary photography. Normally my bag consists of a Leica M7 with either a 28mm or 50mm mounted to it with a couple rolls of film. Since I’m departing for a prolonged period of time my bag contains all of my on set gear along with my personal gear I use for street shooting.
Besides the abundance of film you see laid out, the remaining gear travels with me every day to each filming location and it’s primarily used for surveying actors, buildings, sets, etc. My M7 travels with me as well with only a couple rolls of film in case I feel inclined to shoot some personal photos on set, none of which will ever see the light of day.
Below is a list of my gear.
Nikkor 24-70mm f/2.8
Nikkor 24mm PCE Tilt-Shift Lens
Nikkor 50mm f/1.8
Sigma 8mm f/3.5 Fisheye lens.
Canon 50mm f/1.4 LTM
Voigtlander Ultron 28mm f/2
12x Kodak T-Max 400
10x Ilford XP-2 400
10x Fuji Superia 400
2x Kodak Vision3 5207 250D Cinema Film
Tamrac Evolution 8 (My on-set bag)
Billingham Hadley Pro (My street shooting bag)
1x B+W Red Filter
1x B+W Yellow Filter
1x 85C Warming Filter
3x 1TB Hard Drives
3x Energizer Batteries for the M7
1x Spare battery for D800
3x 32GB CF Cards for the D800
Leica SF20 Flash
Manfrotto 701HDV Fluid Head
Remote Trigger for the D800
Silva Ranger Inclinometer.
Bubble Level for D800
Flashwave III Trigger and Receiver.
Nikon Battery charger
MeFoto Globetrotter Tripod with ball head.
Hope you enjoy my bag and you can follow me, and my photography, at the links below.
Instagram = shotbydom
Twitter = Wakingmist
Thanks for sharing your bag with us Dominic. Nice to see a big old load of film in there.
Check out the links and make sure you come and comment
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Love the quality of the movie film – the night shots have a very cinematic quality to them.
Thanks Paul. I’m a huge fan of cinema film and find the tonality very pleasing.