In your bag 376, Brian Green
Today we have a great bag for you from the Sunshine State. Brian has a mixed up bag with a few different cameras inside. Come and have a look.

I am a street photographer currently in Orlando, Fl but i am always on the move so its nice to be able to have my life on my back even if it can be a little heavy i think its worth having too much and not needing it then wishing you had something. I have had to run a few blocks to get a lens out of my car and have almost missed shots because of it so now i just pack accordingly.

The bag is a Promaster and inside i keep:

Canon 60d Body
Canon Eos-1 Body
Yashica Gsn Electro 35
Rolleicord IIc Tlr
Kodak Disposable
Vivitar 28mm Film Lens
M42 to Eos Adapter
Canon 50mm
Canon 18-135mm
Lens Hood
Lens Tissue

The 35mm film i keep in my bad is mostly expired i prefer the feel of it most ranges from 99-2006 expiration.
I also keep a black portfolio of my most recent work in case people ask, Also the homeless i hangout with like seeing the photos i have taken of them and or their friends and it opens up more stories.

I also keep a Molskine to write down names of the people I am shooting as well as a pack of smokes to spark conversation when homeless will ask me for one, Very good ice breaker.

I also carry more SD cards than i need because some detectives threatened to take my footage for photographing crime scenes, and even tho legally they cant that does not stop some from overstepping, so if I am shooting a scene with a body or something similar i switch cards a good bit just to cover myself.


A very interesting set up and interesting subject matter. Crime scenes? There must be a lot of that down there I am guessing. Take care of yourself and your gear.
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