In your bag No: 1491 – Romano Bulgarelli Romano is a bit cheeky with this one. This is not a bag shot really, it is a collection. But, it is a damned nice collection and it does have some basis in use. Check it out.
Let me to introduce myself, my name is Romano Bulgarelli and I am shooting since I was thirteen. After Architecture and Industrial Design degrees I worked for ten years in an engineering studio before to create Finelook in 1995, an Ad agency of image and marketing communication. Of course photography was an important part of the job.
The cameras bag I am showing to JCH is a Jeppesen bag for pilots, I own it because I am a private pilot for pleasure. This bag, also if is not specific for photographers, is very functional and wide enough to hold the group of cameras, lenses and accessories I need at the moment and the Cullman handheld tripod visible in the photo inside the external bag pocket.
About photography I consider myself first a commercial photographer, after a black&white fine art shooter because I photograph nudes, portraits and concept fine art.
I have a professional darkroom in my studio so I continue to use films, from Minox format to 8×10”. Each size and camera has properties useful for different types of job. For street photography I like to use Rolleiflex, very discret camera, and my Leica M4 with normal and wideangle or Bessa with Visoflex for long focal. For digital choice I “married” Fujifilm X-Pro1 primarily for its beautiful lenses and the opportunity to mount my Leica M lens range. For concepts I go out with my Chamonix 4×5”.
In my bag I never forget to put inside my Monotone viewing filter that help me to evaluate the scene, and my “battery free” Weston Master III for incident and reflected light, a Kodak grey card, my iPad to take note what I shooting about.
An advice for beginners: never forget lens hoods at home ;)
At the end it’s not important which camera model you own… important is to create a feeling with your equipment and never miss any shoot, for this I go out everyday with my Minox B or GT in my pocket.
Next time I will present to you my Polaroid passion equipments… next time, only :)
Art will save the world… be creative in everything you are doing, all time of your life. JCH is an example of what I wrote.
Thanks for sharing your bag with us, Romano. That is a pretty impressive setup. 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.Oh and don’t forget your contact details (twitter, flickr, tumbler et al). Send the bag shots here. Please understand that there is a long wait now as there is a backlog of submissions. Not all make the cut, so make sure yours is funny/interesting/quirky. And please make sure the shot is of good quality, as the ones that are not do not go up.
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. Let me be your 'camera enabler'.