In your bag No: 1612 – Jumahat Leman
Jumahat is a born again film shooter and strolls around incognito with this minimalist approach.
Hey JCH readers, my name is Jumahat Leman and i’m from Singapore. This is the 2nd time i sent my bag picture, but the 1st one was not featured, so maybe i might be 2nd time lucky now?
I’m a graphic designer, photography (and making music) is a means for me to relax, do my own thing and experiment. I used to shoot a Nikon D80 at local independent gigs regularly. Family priorities, work commitment and age change that, and i sold off all the gear.
A few years later when i needed a camera and discovered the mirrorless system, i started buying old legacy lenses. They were cheaper then and well-made when compared to the newer Nikkors i used previously. Soon enough, i re-discovered film and bought, tried, used a lot of cameras and lenses. I kept the few i love and use constantly, and sold the rest away.
Pictured here is my everyday camera that’s always in my bag, or pocket, or hand – the Olympus XA-2. Its with me 90% of the time. I shoot moments that i see everyday with this. You can check-out a few of the images captured with this camera filed under “strolling” in my site: https://j-leman.squarespace.com/stroll
The bag is a cheap IKEA Giltig Series everyday tote. In the bag: keys with Hulk Lego keychain; Hershel wallet for coins, notes and atm card; spare film – i was trying out Ilford Delta 400 and FP4 Plus then; empty 35mm film container; Vostok Russian military watch on my wrist; and the XA-2 loaded with my favourite Ilford HP5+.
You can check my images at site: https://j-leman.squarespace.com and Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jb.leman/ My improvised ambient/noise/drone soundscapes, can be heard and bought here: https://mesenmampos.bandcamp.com I’ve used pictures captured from my dslr D80 in the packaging and site.
Thanks for checking-out my bag. Love your site tremendously as i learn a lot from the articles, and also because i’m a busy body checking-out others’ gear. Btw, i shot the pictures with a Nikon FM3A loaded with Fuji Superia Xtra 800 and Voigtlander Ultron 40mm f2 lens.
Thanks for sending us your bag shot Jumahat. Shot on film no less, nice.
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