In your bag No: 1115 – Bram Bijlhout


by Bellamy /

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In your bag 1115, Bram Bijlhout
Bram has a pretty cool little deal going on. Including some of that rare ole Kodak slide film. Check it out.

Just wanted to share a bag with you and let you know that film photography is alive and kicking in the Netherlands.

The Ricoh GR1s is the one i always have in the bag. This is my favorite compact camera. Load it with some nice black/white film or a goode slide film and you are ready to go!

The Yashica Mat is my 120 monster. I love to take it out on walks through the city or in the woods. It actually has the the front of an Yashica 635 because that was missing when bought at the fleamarket :)  The Scala film to load it with i bought through Ebay not long ago.

Last but not least the Canonet G-III QL. I got this one for free from a neighbour and it is stll in very good shape. Great camera that is also good for street photography.

Just wanted to share this, hope you’ll like it!

Bram Bijlhout

Utrecht, the Netherlands

Thanks for sharing your bag with us, Bram. I hope next time you share some links too.
Check it out and make sure you come and comment.

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2 comments on “In your bag No: 1115 – Bram Bijlhout”

    Bram Bijlhout February 4, 2015 at 10:39 pm / Reply

    I don’t have a Flickr account or something like that but i do have a litte Lomography profile with some shots:

    Rui Esteves February 5, 2015 at 5:54 am / Reply

    Cool and afordable bag.

    I love TLR cameras and looked it getting a Yashica Mat some time ago. Sadly its hard to get one in good shap here. Yours looks great.

    To bad you didn’t share a link to your work.

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