In your bag 267, Adrian Ong
Todays bag is going to inspire a lot of gear envy, I have no doubt about that. Especially when you consider that Adrian is only 16 years old. Check it out.
My name is Adrian Ong, a 16 year old student from Singapore, a great fan of this blog. I started photography with a Canon EOS 400D in 2006, when I was 10. But I knew nothing but to keep shooting. I read forums, blogs to learn, and fell in love with photography. But using it for couple of years, I found out I needed something for special. And less mainstream. A Rangefinder.
Thus I sold my DSLR, got myself a Leica M6 Classic. I love the way it works, a minimalist’s camera. I fell even deeper in love with photography. My dream camera was a Leica M9, and I had been saving for it since it launched in 2009. Finally saved enough, and I got the Leica M9-P instead. I am now a happy boy (with an empty bank account ).
I’ve been wanting to post a picture of what’s in my bag, but was held back by my busy school work. Finally a chance to submit my bag after months and months, so I hope you’d like it!
From left to right,
- Leica M9-P, 50mm Summarit-M f/1.5
- Head Porter x Carhartt Wallet
- Head Porter Key Wallet
- Leica M6 Classic, 35mm Summicron-M f/2 ASPH
- Vivitar Auto Thyristor 225
- Spare eneloop Batteries
- Ilford HP5+
- Apple iPad
- iPad Camera Connection Kit (for reading SD cards)
- Samsung Galaxy SIII
All in a Billingham Hadley Pro.
I’m still quite new to Rangefinders, so I believe there are much more for me to improve on. I shoot everything and anything, because I believe one way to improve, is to keep doing it.
Thanks for sharing your bag, I have to admit that I am pretty jealous of your gear. You have a very impressive set up there.
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