In your bag No: 1676 – Robert Vincze
Robert checks in to orderly reveal the people spirit stealing innards of his everyday bag.
I was born and bred in East-Hungary but currently based in London. I started taking pictures when I was 17 years old with a Chinon CS4 camera what I inherited from my father whose passion was wood carving and photography. He had a lab in the basement where I loved to spend time and see the magic he has done with light.
I like experimenting with different film stocks, vintage cameras and lenses and probably the only guy who enjoys scanning negatives. I started taking portraits and stealing people’s spirit about 3 years ago, it helped me to fight my introvert side and get to know some cool people. That time I bought my first medium format camera from an old lady, a nice Mamiya C330.
I also enjoy taking pictures on the streets where I always got lost and like to explore the local coffee places and the sights what’s hidden from the mass of tourists.
- Sandqvist backpack // very basic everyday bag
- Mamiya RZ67 Pro II with Sekor 110mm f2.8 and 50mm f4.5 lens
- 6X7 and 645 film backs
- Pentax Spotmatic F with Takumar 50mm f1.4 lens
- Carl Zeiss Flektogon 35mm f2.4 lens
- Canon EOS 300 with 50mm f1.4
- Yashica T4 // unfixable broken flash
- Sekonic lightmeter // sometimes works sometimes not
- Tiffen Black Pro mist 1/4 filters
- 1 of the 3 KeepCup is always with me
- Notebook and pen
- Actual favourite films
- Mr Jones Watch is not in my bag, but always on my wrist so I can ‘clearly’ tell the time
Thanks for sharing with us your bag shot Robert. Would love to see some of your work from these classic beauties.
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