In your bag 311, Dave Green
A very nice double bag setup today. Dave comes from Cov, but don’t let that stop you from checking out his fantastic bags.
Hi Bellamy, my name is Dave and I am an amateur photographer from Coventry, UK. I shoot anything and everything, often while on day visits with my family. I would like to get better at ‘street’ photography and portraits.
The first image is my ‘go to’ bag for everyday shooting. This has the Canon EOS 33 with a 50mm f/1.8 attached for 80% of the time. I also have the Canon 28-90 and 75-300. This camera is usually loaded with black and white film…until recently TRI-X but I’ve bought some Fomapan to try with Rodinal developer. The Olympus Trip 35 would be loaded with colour print film, notably the lovely Kodak Portra 160. Also have a Sekonic L358 flash meter and all this is carried in a Domke F6 bag.
If I’m travelling really light it’ll be either just the Canon + 50 or the Trip and a couple of rolls of film.
The second bag is much larger, a Jessops bag that holds my MF gear. I currently have two 645 outfits, a Mamiya 645e and the Bronica ETRS that was given to me by a friend that has gone all digital and knows I’m stuck in the ‘dark ages’ .
Film stock is much the same as 35mm…currently TRI-X, HP5+ and Portra 160 for colour. Lenses are 45mm / 80mm for Mamiya and 75mm / 150mm for Bronica. Also in the bag is a small flashgun, the Olympus T20 and ‘poverty wizard’ wireless kit
Both of these shots taken on my new iPad and processed using Snapseed app.
Thanks for allowing me to share
Thanks for sharing your bags with us Dave. That medium format bag is epic, how often do you have to go to the chiropractor?
Check out Dave’s links and make sure you come and comment.
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