I’m Julien, a french guy, I take pictures for a long time but lately I bought a lumix GX7.
More and more I taking pictures. As in all areas, the good tools make you want to practice more.
In my bag when I’m out:
+ Sun: my cap “Gleut” custom in new york with lids but also a pair of glasses.
+ Rain: my umbrella found in the street in tokyo, and it’s very convenient because you see everything around you.
+ An energetic bar and a water bottle (I use it as practice bike …)
– A Wanderlust Cameras Pinwide (funny but I do not use it every day …)
– GX7 lumix: great camera, I’m really happy with it, (and videos are exceptional)
– Lumix 20mm f / 1.7 II buy with my gx7, very nice quality, even with low light
– Lumix G Vario 14-140mm f / 3.5-5.6, simply perfect, from 14 to 140mm you can express anything you want, I used almost all the time during my last trip to Japan.
– Olympus 9mm f8, I regret this purchase, it’s a cheap lens, but I take with me anyway …
– and one old “Konica Hexanon AR 50mm f / 1.8” with a lens adapter. The quality really surprised me !
+ My wallet
+ A small notepad and pencils (I draw too)
+ Lamp “lezyne super drive” (from my bike)
+ A dictaphone “Philips LFH0602 voice trace”
+ Sometimes a plant
+ All in my “Farah”bag but I’ll change it, because not very practical …
+ And finally, my samsung galaxy s5 and her “moment lens” with which I took the photo
Thank you for the “in your bag” concept, it’s a great idea and for each bag a discovery.
If you want to check out my work or send me a message:
+ Before I used more my flickr account : https://www.flickr.com/photos/28004426@N02/sets/
+ Now I look a little closer to 500px, I find this website more interactive : https://500px.com/juliengallet
Thank you Bellamy,
Thanks for sharing your bag with us, Julien. I cannot get over the plant.
Check out the links and make sure you come and comment.
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