In your bag No: 1230 – Steele McWilliams


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In your bag No: 1230, Steele McWilliams
Steele has a cool name and a cool attitude. He really keeps it simple with getup, just the basics for a day of shooting the streets of Melbourne. Check it out.

Hello, my name is Steele McWilliams and I’m from Melbourne, Australia.
I purchased the Crumpler Pleasure Dome (Small) as its a perfect size to carry my Bessa R2M & Colour Skopar 35mm 2.5 II lens and a few other small items.

I usually carry two extra rolls of Portra 400 or HP5, along with a cleaning cloth and earphones.
This combination is just small enough for me to carry without noticing and is great for when I am walking around all day as it doesn’t hurt my shoulder or back.

The hat is also present as I wear it every day I go shoot and part of my “gear” when I’m out.
I mainly shoot street photography and if you’d like to see any of that, you can find my work at:


Instagram: @drinkbeerndie

Thanks for sharing your bag with us, Steele. I love the simplicity.
Check out the links and please make sure you come and comment.

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5 comments on “In your bag No: 1230 – Steele McWilliams”

    Curt July 21, 2015 at 10:10 am / Reply

    Nice kit…perfect! Thanks for sharing.

    Pierce July 21, 2015 at 3:56 pm / Reply

    Hey McWilliams, whats with the tape over the light meter? Inquiring minds want to know!

    Gregg Kawakami July 22, 2015 at 2:24 am / Reply

    Love the patch on your hat!

    Evan July 22, 2015 at 10:47 am / Reply

    Pierce: The piece of tape is to make the rangefinder patch appear brighter

    T-Bone July 25, 2015 at 9:57 pm / Reply

    @Pierce That’s not for the meter, but as Evan said, for the RF patch.

    Also, I love this post. It’s one of the few ones that is ‘real’. The rest of the posts are just guys trying to show off their collection of cameras.

    One camera, a few rolls of film, one lens, a cleaning cloth…. Zen.

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