In your bag 1088, Rob Faloon
Happy new year to you all! Rob shares with us the first bag of 2015, and it has it all. Modern and classic, and an actual bag. Check it out.

My name is Robb Faloon, I’m 36 years old based on the Wirral in the UK and have been messing about with photography in one form or another since I was little when my Dad first let me use his Olympus OM-1n.

I work a very dull office job and shoot a mixture of subjects from Motorsports for a Historic racing association (Usually on rented lenses) through to landscape, travel, street and Urbex. It’s the variety and challenges that each new situation, location, subject and light brings that keeps me falling in love with photography again and again.

I shoot mostly 120 format film for my personal work but do enjoy digital and 35mm film depending on how the mood or finances takes me, though processing both C41 and Black and White film at home now helps allot with the cost!

My main camera bag is Koolertron messenger bag, it was the only one at a reasonable price I found that could fit my Bronica with all its attachments and still be manageable.

Inside is:

Nikon D7000 with 85mm 1.8f
Bronica ETRS with 75mm 2.8f
Bronica 150mm 3.5f
Bronica 40mm 4f
Bronica AEII viewfinder
Bronica speed grip
Spare Bronica film back
Sony Xperia Z1
Asus ME301t tablet
Various rolls of film (I seriously need to order those cases you sell!), batteries, lens hoods, cleaning stuff and not pictured a Canon S110

This will vary depending on what I want with me but this is my usual setup for a day out shooting.

You can see the results of all this junk here:

Thanks JCH!
Robb Faloon

Thanks for sharing your gear with us, Rob. Hope you have a great 2015.
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