Tag: Japan-camera-hunter

In your bag No: 1555 -Jesse Anderson

In your bag No: 1555 – Jesse Anderson Everything’s big in Texas except Jesse’s bag which is ready for any type of shots the DFW area has to offer. My name is Jesse K. Anderson and I live right  in the middle of the Dallas/Fort Worth area. Like any good Boyscout, when wandering the streets of […]

In your bag No: 1554 – Matt James

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In your bag No: 1554 – Matt James

In your bag No: 1554 – Matt James Matt sends us a a beautiful bag shot and shares how in the end film reigned supreme for him. My name is Matt and I’m a full time animator here in Canada during the day and shoot whenever I can. Mostly weekends and when I get a chance […]

In your bag No: 1553 – Andreas Moser

In your bag No: 1553 – Andreas Moser Andreas packs his multi-purpose bags seasonally, but there’s always some film goodies along for the ride. Film photography accompanied me now for more than twenty years. It was always more a hobby than a passion and served to document travels, adventures or capture moments at home in Zurich. […]

In your bag No: 1552 – Alex Nelson

In your bag No: 1552 – Alex Nelson Alex makes me green with envy with some sweet custom glass in this lovely bag shot. My name is Alex Nelson and I thought I’d share the kit I’m bringing on a business trip to Europe this week. I am based in Los Angeles, where I design […]

In your bag No: 1551 –  Rene Bardeaux

In your bag No: 1551 – Rene Bardeaux Rene stays low-key, silent and nourished by hauling this kit everyday. I have three rotating bags the two larger are for carrying my medium format or 4×5. This is my daily driver. The bag is an Ebay’d small courier I think it may have been an early Figital Revolution […]

In your bag No: 1550 – Tony Manoharan

In your bag No: 1550 – Tony Manoharan Tony packs a secret Hassy along with some Olympus goodies in his daily arsenal. Greetings from Toronto, Canada, my name is Tony. A few leap years ago, I took a film photography course in high school. I was fascinated with the development process and working in the […]

In your bag No: 1549 – Chris Roe

In your bag No: 1549 – Chris Roe Pockets are just small bags in your pants I guess, so Chris shows us how to go AMAP (as minimal as possible) Hello, my name is Chris Roe from London U.K. I’ve been an avid reader of the ‘in your bag’ features and wanted to share my […]

In your bag No: 1548 – René Grube

In your bag No: 1548 – René Grube René shows off his red dot swag that’s never too far away to capture those fleeting moments. I’m René Grube from Wermelskirchen near Cologne/Germany and part-time resident in the Netherlands. After 20 years of news shooting for print and television i stopped in 2013.  Now i prefer […]

Get Featured: Mario Zorzi

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Get Featured: Mario Zorzi

Get Featured: Mario Zorzi Mario shares with us an intimately poignant project that is both haunting and humbling. Don’t nobody go nowhere. Hello, my name is Mario Zorzi and I come from Verona, Italy. I share with you this project with which I am trying to document my father’s disease. The title, “nelle mani del Padre” […]

In your bag No: 1547 – Dominic Palubiski

In your bag No: 1547 – Dominic Palubiski Dom packs a pretty comprehensive set up in a backpack when he’s on the road. Check it out. Hello my name is Dom and I’m here with my extra-large, long haul travel bag. I am a British-Canadian who grew up in Dubai and Japan and am currently […]