In your bag No: 1625 – Lee Basford

In your bag No: 1625 – Lee Basford Lee alluringly arrays his essential tools of the trade when cycling and working with the best. I’m an English designer and art director living in Tokyo, often mistaken as a photographer, occasionally a writer.Making images began early, with a huge influence from documentary photography and skateboard/bicycle freestyle photographers like […]

In your bag No: 1624 – Marius Migles

In your bag No: 1624 – Marius Migles Marius stylishly displays the tools of the trade that have earned the right to accompany him on crucial gigs. They say a picture is worth a thousand words. I say that it depends on the person taking it. And my main purpose as a professional wedding photographer is […]

In your bag No: 1623 – Martin

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In your bag No: 1623 – Martin

In your bag No: 1623 – Martin Martin finds analog and digital harmony in this minimal setup that perpetually accompanies him on the go. My name is Martin and I am founder and editor of Photo/Foto Magazine – a relatively new online publication that seeks to provide a platform for emerging photographers.I am a passionate advocate […]

In your bag No: 1622 – Gavin Bain

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In your bag No: 1622 – Gavin Bain

In your bag No: 1622 – Gavin Bain Gavin’s settled (for now) on this selection for daily companionship after years on the gear carousel. Hey JCH community! My name is Gavin Bain and I currently reside in Townsville, Australia. If you’ve never been, think of the hottest tropical climate you’ve visited and double that. Plus it […]

In your bag No: 1621 – James Stokes

In your bag No: 1621 – James Stokes James gives us an organized Terminator-esque POV of the lovely goodies he carries daily down under. My name is James Stokes, and I’m a student studying Architecture/Creative Innovation/Engineering/ Physics in Australia. Very much like my study, I’ve developed a constant condition of indecisiveness, as reflected in the breadth of […]

In your bag No: 1620 – Yong Seng

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In your bag No: 1620 – Yong Seng

In your bag No: 1620 – Yong Seng Yong quit his job and bought a Leica, a couple things I’m sure many of us want to do. Hello there, my name is Yong Seng. I’m from Malaysia. I was born in early 90s. I’m interested in street photography, portraiture and landscape. I would tend to shoot […]

In your bag No: 1619 – Jingyu Li

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In your bag No: 1619 – Jingyu Li

In your bag No: 1619 – Jingyu Li  Jingyu is the Chinese Macguyver as he hacks together another contraption for his gear. Hi everyone, I’m Jingyu Li. About Four years ago I post my cameras here(in your bag No:1049). Unfortunately Fuji stopped their peel-apart film, thus all my modification for Polaroid stay in the carbine. Fortunately […]

In your bag No: 1618 – Daniel Valencia

In your bag No: 1618 – Daniel Valencia Daniel is an analog purist and who can argue with these basic essentials for hitting the streets. Hey everyone, my name is Daniel Valencia. I shoot photographs and use alternative wet lab processes to create the final piece. Based in San Francisco, CA. The setup I use for […]

In your bag No: 1617 – Duncan Campbell

In your bag No: 1617 – Duncan Campbell  Duncan handsomely lays out the lovely contents of the bag that accompanies him on the job. I started in photography about 25 years ago with a Canon EOS500 but soon switched to Nikon shooting the life of Dog Handlers of the Royal Army Veterinary Corps. This took me […]

In your bag No: 1616 – Christine Walter-Saxena

In your bag No: 1616 – Christine Walter-Saxena Don’t be fooled by the designer backpack, Christine stows all sorts of photographic goodies on a daily basis. Hi, I am Christine and I was born in France, lived abroad for a few years and settled in London over 20 years ago. I shoot both digital and […]