In your bag No: 1467, Justin Yun
Justin shares with us the bag he takes to political marches and rallies, and I suspect he makes it to quite a few as he is based in southern California. Check it out.
My name is Justin, and I am currently a university student studying political science and international relations in southern California. These are the accoutrements on my newly acquired hobby of photography.
I carry all my gear in my green Burton bag, which also doubles as my backpack for school. My main camera is my Fujifilm X Pro 2 with a 35mm f/2 lens. I also carry a Nikon F3 with a 50mm f/1.8 lens.
The inner compartment of my bag holds all the 35mm film and canisters and the main pouch normally holds my Fujifilm portable printer and books. The printer is a great way to quickly print pictures and give to friends.
All the gear in my backpack allows me to travel light and quickly, allowing me to frequent the various and numerous political marches and rallies that occur in downtown Los Angeles almost every month.
I try to keep my gear simple, allowing me to focus on the environment and subjects at hand rather than spend my time and precious resources fumbling with equipment. Whether its hanging out with a friend or walking through the subtropical rainforests of northern Colombia, my current gear has always been faithful to my amateur interest in photojournalism and street photography.
Editor of the Opinions Section at The Chimes (school newspaper)
Amateur street photographer
Thanks for sharing your bag with us, Justin. I am sure you get some pretty interesting shots at those marches. Especially now.
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