In your bag 887, Jenny Chen
Jenny shares her her mums old backpack with us today. Come and check it out.
My name is Jenny Chen. I’m currently living in Maryland, United States. I was introduced to film photography back in 2008. I started with shooting black and white film, but lately I’ve been trying out of different color films and even black and white films.
I’ve been using my mom’s old backpack for carrying my equipments. As far as things related to shooting, I found myself have been carrying these two cameras along with extra batteries, extra films, an notebook, and a pen.
This is a bag shot before I head into downtown for my personal project. I want to try something new, so I made a homemade tool out a box. Since the technique requires tape, I also bring a tape.
Now I’m going to list all the items (left to right):
– Nikon N80 with Kodak TMAX 400
– Holga 135BC with Fujifilm Superia 400
– Kodak ColorPlus 200
– Ilford Pan 100
– Duracell Ultra 123 Lithium Batteries
– Homemade tool
– Screwdriver for tripod
– Sea Guardian notebook
– Scotch tape
– Pentel blue pen
– Sirui tripod
– Polka dot green backpack
Thanks for sharing your bag with us Jenny. Nice little setup you have there.
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Nikon N80, still one of my all time favorites. Its so simple and basic but still offers everything you need.