In your bag 910, Jingwoo Park
Today we get to see inside a movie makers bag. A little bit different from the usual, but we are all brothers in this film game.
I shoot more video and movie film than still photographs. But I do think of myself as an amateur photographer. I am not choosy about analog film versus digital when it comes to both photography and cinematography. I use my Kinoflex super 8 for making an unedited short and my camcorder for creating editable footages. The 110 camera I pick it up once now and then for some flash photography at night. You won’t see my point & shoot digital camera because it’s what I shot the “In Your Bag” shot with.
1 Panasonic AG-AC90 Solid State Camcorder
2 SanDisk SD card
3 SanDisk SD card pouch
4 collar stays
5 Golla shoulder strap
6 Domke X-ray film guard bag
7 Kodak 110 film camera
8 Lomography Lobster Redscale 110 film
9 Samsung flip phone
10 Superdry wallet
12 Rhodia notebook
13 mechanical pencil
14 Post-it note
15 Stanley retractable ruler
16 Olympus digital audio recorder
17 IKEA AAA batteries
18 Denon headset
19 Thermos bottle
20 Kinoflex super 8 camera
21 Cavision VFM-11X director’s viewfinder
Thanks for sharing your bag with us Jingwoo. Interesting to see how different the contents are.
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Very special bag with lots of practical stuff.Nice to see that someone uses 110 Cameras,as a lot of everyday photography was made with that type in the 70s and 80s.
Thanks for your kind words about 110 cameras.