In your bag No: 1331, Hannah Wong
Hannah’s bag has a classic and a modern camera side by side. See, who says film and digital cannot get along? They seem to be doing just fine here. Check out this great bag, and some of Hannah’s shots too.
I’m having a slow day at work & decided to pull out the gear I absentmindedly brought along.
I gave up photography a while ago & sold off most of my gear, so of all these pictured, only the CL is mine. A few days ago, I suddenly felt the itch to get back into it & commandeered mum’s lenses & A7s for the local Christmas fair. Even the bag belongs to mum. Love the Voigtlander 15mm. I’m going to hold on to it as long as she allows.
My knickknacks & cash are all in the little black pouch. I love the film picker though I don’t use it much. It’s nice to switch films halfway through the roll & not waste the rest of it. Think it’s almost as old as I am since it originally belonged to my godfather.
I just started uploading photos as Christelle.victoire on Instagram if anyone is interested. I have a long way to go in getting back up to speed though!
Thanks for sharing your gear with us, Hannah. It is very cool that you have the film picker from your godfather.
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