In your bag No: 1480, Grégoire HURET
Grégoire is back to share his bag. As you can see he also has a bit of a thing for hot sauce, which is perfectly fine in my book. Check out this awesome kit.
Hi Bellamy, this my second bag I send to you. The first one is here
This one was before my trip to NYC; I was very excited about packaging my stuff, you may know this feeling… it’s like you’r already gone !
So, I’ve bought a new bag which is quite good I’ve to say and this is all my survival kit for this trip:
1- bandana, it’s very usefull and it could be fashionable
2- note book and it’s pen because when I’m travelling I love to note spots, restaurants, places and others stuffs
3- Bad Mother Fucker Wallet , big fan of Pulp Fiction but who not ?
4- sun glasses
5- Leica M6, summicron 50mm f/2, my baby
6- kodak Tmax 400
7- Ricoh GR that I use for the night shot in Manhattan, this gear is blast for street photography
8- A multi-tool that is VITAL trust me ! Everybody need this. Normally I’m got knife but you can’t bring it with you inside the plane.
9- Cards www.tetedeloup.com, it’s always easier when you shoot someone in the street (and the guy seems to be pissed off) to get cards with you. I’m more confortable to explain and the guy will be conforted… Yeah I know it’s a trap ;-)
10- a little Japanese purse for coins
11- I’ve found the trick to always bring with you hot sauce ! The SRIRACHA travel kit that you can match with your keys; this thing is crazy and when you go to NYC you gonna eat a LOT of slices of pizzas.
Thanks for coming back to us, Grégoire. I need that rooster sauce mini set in my life. Keep them coming folks, we need more submissions, so get your bag on Japancamerahunter.com Send me a high resolution image of the bag. Optimum size is 1500px across. Please ensure there is a bag in the shot, unless you don’t use one. The more you can write about yourself the better, make it appealing and tell us a story. Snapshots of your gear with a camera phone and no words will not be featured.
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Camera hunter, photographer, camera geek, Tokyoite and Englishman all rolled into one gracefully balding package. I have been living and working in Tokyo for 14 years now and it is my home. Tokyo is heaven for cameras and I know the secret spots and special places.
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you’ve got some solid work on your website, thanks for sharing.
Very nice, simple setup.. and great work on your site!
Love the Lapland series..
Could you talk a little about the optical viewfinder that you’ve inserted on top of the Ricoh GR? Like which brand, what model, what focal length is it designed for? And whether you like it, whether you use it, and in what situation you use it for? Thank you.
— David L
Thanks you guys !
To David L, the extra viewfinder, it’s a Ricoh GV1 with two frames, 21 and 28mm. I use it when you got the sun in your back and you can’t correctly see your screen because of too much sun. It’s not really specific but really helpfull in this case. And also I used to frame with viewfinder so it’s really helpfull to me.