In your bag 338, Marion Basilio
A student bag for you today. This bag has a bit of everything inside for you all to have a gander at. Come and have a look.

I’m Marion from The Washington DC area. I’m currently a student studying business admin. I work on campus as a photography lab tech and also as a missionary for a catholic non profit -organization. I get to travel around the US quite a bit to do mission work. Where ever I go, I always have a camera on me. I love to shoot strangers on the street whether it be the candid approach or traditional street portraits. I usually shoot film 35mm format. I used to shoot medium format, but I find 35mm to be more applicable to street photography. blah blah I talk too much.

Anyways, so here’s what’s in my bag.

First, I carry everything in an Incase x Ari Marcopoulos Camera Sling. It fits a crap load, I think that’s why everybody and their mamas has one haha.

From right to left.

– Marc Jacobs Wallet. (don’t ever rob me. chances are I have nothing in there.)

– iPhone 4 with charger and headphones.

– cheap watch that is beat to heck.

– leather notebook.

– Micro fiber from my Ray Bans. ( I use for lenses.)

– Leica Mini II 35mm (everyone needs a good point and shoot film cam.)

– Yashica GTN Rangefinder ( I shoot this alot. Amazing lens. Fast 45mm F/1.7)

– Meika Flash ( flash for the rangefinder when I need it.)

– Color and B&W 35mm film . (Fuji Pro400H and Kodak Portra 400 for color, Ilford Hp5+ for B&W.)

– Lumix EVF-1 case

-Lumix GF1 with EVF1, Aashi metal grip, and 20mm (40mm) f/1.7 pancake lens. ( If I’m out of film, I’ll shoot this, but I usually use this for video.

– Lumix 14mm (28mm) 2.5 wide pancake lens.

– Lumix GF1 charger.

– Fuji 210 with extra instax film.

Yea, that’s pretty much what I bring with me to go shoot. Sometimes I leave a camera home or swap it out for another. Hope you Enjoyed!

My website is: just started it up so expect more to come!

Thanks Bellamy!

-Marion Basilio

Thanks for sharing your bag with us Marion. That is an interesting range of stuff.
Check out Marion’s site and make sure you come and comment.

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