In your bag No: 1366, Luka
Today we have a students bag, and by student, I mean high school student. It is great to see the young generation getting into photography, especially when they have so much passion for it.
My name is Luka, I am 15 years old, and currently live in Switzerland.
Photography is my passion, and I just got my first ‘exhibition’ (in my school’s library) for a month. Seeing my own work printed out, and exhibited was great. Anyhow, here is my bag, a Crumpler: Jackpack Half Photo System Backpack. I just recently got this bag, and already think that it is great. There are two sections: one for my cameras, and one for stuff like a notebook and water. As you can see both of my cameras are Fuji cameras, which I am very fond of. I have a Fuji Instax 90, which I personally think is a great instant camera. I’ve got an old iPhone case, which I put my instant pictures in, and a little bag in which I put all my cables. Then comes my Fuji x100s, which I’ve been using for 3 years now. I shoot 99% of my stuff with the x100s, and have been enjoying it ever since. As said I’ve always got a notebook, some water etc. with me as well.
You can see my photos here : http://lukasecilmis.wix.com/lukaist
I also have a just recently started Instagram account:
Thanks for sharing your bag with us, Lukas. Congratulations on your first exhibition, keep it up!
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Great bag, site and photos!
Great work. You have an excellent eye and are not afraid to put yourself right into the frame (notably the photo of the scary looking guy in London with the muzzled dog)!
What happened to #1365?
It’s still there…