Tag: japan classic camera

Guides: Ultimate Scanning guide – Minolta 5400 meets Silverfast 8

Have you got yourself a Minolta 5400 scanner? Want to know how to get the most out of it? Well, thankfully Johan Van Huyssteen has taken the headache out of the equation by writing this how to guide. Strap up, it is a long one. You should know upfront… It’s important to know right here and […]

In your bag No: 1594 – Siim Vahur

In your bag No: 1594 – Siim Vahur Siim checks back in with his latest bag and it’s more of a fortress to protect that sweet glass in extreme conditions. Hello. My kit for the Sunday’s: Plaubel Peco Junior Schneider-Kreuznach Xenar 4.5/105mm with Synchro-Compur (1s-1/500s, B) Schneider-Kreuznach Symmar 5.6/150mm (12/265mm) with Synchro-Compur (1s-1/400s, B, T) 6×9, […]

In your bag No: 1593 – Andrew Ang

In your bag No: 1593 – Andrew Ang I double dare you to see Andrew on the streets snapping away with this and not look twice. Hi everyone, my name is Andrew. Over the years I’ve had a number of jobs, but right now I am working for our family agriculture business. Photography has been my […]

In your bag No: 1592 – Luís Barros

In your bag No: 1592 – Luís Barros Luís has that Latin passion for the gear in his everyday bag and who can blame him. Hello everyone. My name is Luís Barros, I’m from Lisbon, Portugal, I’m 52 years old and I shoot food for a living. That means that professionally I’m stuck with digital cameras, […]

In your bag No: 1591 – Andrew Goh

In your bag No: 1591 – Andrew Goh Andrew hauls around a true DP’s backpack and is equipped for any moment high and low. Heya, I’m Andrew Goh, a street photographer and videographer currently based in Sydney, Australia. It’s been awhile since I last shared what was in my bag, I was rocking a smaller kit […]

In your bag No: 1590 – Andy Ong

In your bag No: 1590 – Andy Ong When Andy isn’t civil engineering he’s whipping these bad boys out. Hi, my name is Andy Ong. I currently work and live in NYC as a civil engineer. I have been getting more and more into photography as the years pass and just capturing scenes from my everyday […]

Camera Geekery: The Solarcan

Camera Geekery: The Solarcan A while back we featured the Kickstarter for Solarcan, which turned out to be a great success. So much of a success in fact that it smashed its goal to teeny tiny pieces. As a consequence of this, Solarcan has gone big league and can now be found for sale all […]

In your bag No: 1589 – Jonny Guardiani

In your bag No: 1589 – Jonny Guardiani Jonny packs a duet of premium rangefinders in his pack when he’s documenting the pandemonium of life. My name is Jonny and I live in London. I’m a camera operator and video editor working as a freelance for many different companies. The nature of my job require me […]

In your bag No: 1588 – Jayson Akeyla

In your bag No: 1588 – Jayson Akeyla Jayson has started dabbling into film photography and is smitten with this sweet intro setup. Hi! My name is Jayson Akeyla, I was born and raised in Jakarta, Indonesia and currently reside here as well. I’m currently in the last few months of high school and only recently […]

In your bag No: 1587 – Yevgeniy Rozenblat

In your bag No: 1587 – Yevgeniy Rozenblat Going minimal with the essentials is an art form mastered by Yevgeniy and he shares how he does it. I’m Yevgeniy Rozenblat, I manage a software project on weekdays, but most of my weekends are reserved for trips to various locations in Europe. These trips happen to be […]