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Developing photography projects – Trevor Saylor Photographer Trevor Saylor has been kind enough to share with us his experience in developing photography projects. I hope that Trevor will be a regular contributor to the site in the future.

The streets of Hong Kong

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The streets of Hong Kong People have been asking me to show more of my work for a while now. I don’t usually like to do so for a couple of reasons that I will go into later, but I thought I would show you some of the stuff I have been working on lately.

In your bag 343, Brent Trenholm Hooray, about time we had a bag from Japan. We have not had one for a while now. Brent is in Tokyo too and he has a lovely little setup for us all to have a look at. Check it out.

In your bag 327, Jim Clinefelter My mate Jim has been on this site before, but not with a bag shot. So I am very happy to be able to share his bag with you all. And what a bag it is. Just look at all of the classic gear. Come and have a look.

In your bag 315, Riffat Attamimi Today we have a bag that shows defiance to the likes on Nikon, with their absurd ‘no film photos’ rule in their latest contest. Listen up Nikon, people like Riffat here still shoot film, a lot of film and it is still valid. Check out Riffat’s awesome bag.

In your bag 312, Paul Coates We have a bag from Japan today! I would love to see more of these. Paul is doing the job that I used to do, many moons ago. Come and have a look at this fantastic mix-up bag.

Bruce Gilden photography workshop in Tokyo I was fortunate enough to be invited to attend Bruce Gilden’s Street Smart photography workshop hosted by Leica Japan over the weekend. It was a nerve wracking experience and filled with emotional highs and lows. If there is one thing I came away with it is how to swear […]

In your bag 306, Shawn Tamaribuchi Shawn is a regular visitor to the site and an ex-pro fighter, so I had better be nice…Shawn’s bag is not just filled with cameras, but her training gear too. Check it out.