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Inside Marcelo de Coghlan's Camera Bag

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Inside Marcelo de Coghlan’s Camera bag! (Bag No140)

Hello Street Hunters!
My name is Marcelo de Coghlan, I am from Buenos Aires, Argentina. I am not a professional photographer, my professional work is dentist. I love the portraits and the street photography. The street photography is very difficult, but the best way to learn is carry the camera and walk. I walk to work, with camera ever ready. Sorry for my English, I am learning.
Best regards!
Marcelo

My everyday carry items inside my Ona brixton are:

Inside Alexandros Koukoulis Camera Bag

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Inside Alexandros Koukoulis’ Camera bag! (Bag No139)

Hello every one,
My name is Alexandros from Chios Greece. I started my journey in photography in 2014, very soon I discovered that I like shooting strange people in their environment. Firstly I was shooting with Nikon but now I’m a Fuji lover since I mostly shoot street and their size helps that kind of photography. I also enjoying manual focus lens more because it lets me shoot faster at least at daytime street shooting and I like more their character.

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Inside JF. Monom's camera bag

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Inside JF. Monom’s Camera bag! (Bag No138)

Hello Street Hunters!

I am a French amateur photographer and I live in Beijing. I mostly take pictures in Beijing and in its suburbs, regardless of weather, visibility and time.

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Inside Lorenzo G. Muci's Camera Bag

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Inside Lorenzo G. Muci’s Camera bag! (Bag No137)

Hello everyone,
Here’s Lorenzo G. Muci (the G stands for Giuseppe, which actually is my first name). I’m an archaeologist, former post-punk guitarist and non-pro photographer, based in Lecce, in the very heel of Italy. I like wandering around the streets with my camera in hand, getting lost in the alleys of the many villages scattered all over south-eastern Italy. I like documenting life and places, disappearing habits in their context, yet I really enjoy the rush of adrenaline that you feel when you spot something happening in front of your eyes. My shots are mainly in colors and mostly taken with a wide angle lens (at the moment the stock 28mm equivalent on my Sony camera), as my aim is to capture moments while they materialize in their environment.
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Inside Tobias Eriksson’s Camera bag! (Bag No136)

Hello Street Hunters!

I am a 44 year old jack of all trades currently living in a small city on the West coast of Sweden. I’ve been continuously photographing since my late teens. In recent years I’ve also begun compiling older pictures with publications or exhibitions in mind.

In my business of trading in vintage cameras I have held many types of cameras in my hands. The ones in my bag are the ones I’ve most come to rely and depend on.

I usually photograph the odd details, the broken things. Human beings in relation to size or light. I seem to have an eye for unexpected compositions which some people dismiss and some people adore. As in “street” photography coincidence is my friend.

My camera bag contains stuff for dedicated photo ​missions. On everyday trips I either bring a compact camera like the Minoltina-P or Olympus 35 RC or digital Fujifilm X-Pro1.

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Inside Amin Habbal's Camera Bag

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Inside Amin Habbal’s Camera bag! (Bag No135)

Hello Street Hunters!
My name is Amin Habbal, I am a musician and street photographer based out of Montreal Canada. I tend to spend my time hopping from cafe to cafe working on various projects. My street photography reflects what I see on my daily walks. I also into more of a cinematic look with my photos.

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Inside Daniele Martire's Camera Bag

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Inside Daniele Martire’s Camera bag! (Bag No134)

Ciao!
I am Daniele, a full-time Project Manager living in Milano, Italy. I love wondering in the streets, wherever I am, to capture people emotions in their own environments, either using classic 18mm/35mm frames or by making more dramatic double exposures to tell my own stories.
Photography is my way to better live and feel the city I am in, and i enjoy doing that every day I can: it relax and excite me at the same time.
Such passion has lately converged in founding our own international street collaborative named Superluna.

Whenever i travel for business or short trip, this is what’s in my camera bag:

Inside Roy Wilkinson's Camera bag

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Inside Roy Wilkinson’s Camera bag! (Bag No133)

Hello,

My name is Roy Wilkinson. I was born in Kent UK. Being a bit of a loner, street photography, which I have done for 4mths, is ideal for me. I’m not an ‘in their face’ photographer consequently my lens choice is a 32 -83mm zoom mounted on my Nikkormat Ftn. I take photos in all weather. Sometimes I go out and don’t get a shot. I look for ‘moments’ when everything is ’right’. It’s exciting not knowing when these will appear and having to be ready when they do!  I love photographing groups of people; tourists for example. Often, when the shot has been taken, I think I’ve missed ‘the moment’ but always the image indicates interesting interactions! I use Iford XP2 and occasionally Kodacolour 200 film. I use the Sunny 16 exposure guide and, carry a light meter. Most used setting; hyper focal distance.

The contents of my bag:

Inside Daniel Huete's camera bag

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Inside Daniel Huete’s Camera bag! (Bag No132)

Hi!

My name is Daniel Huete I was born in Spain, Ive lived in Thailand and South Korea for a total time of 7 years before moving to Los Angeles where I’m currently based at.  My recent work has been mainly focused in India although Im also working on other projects in South Korea and Japan.

The simpler the better.

1 body 1 lens and and an extra lens for backup.

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Inside Eugene Bogorad's camera bag

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Inside Eugene Bogorad’s Camera bag! (Bag No131)

Hi!

My name is Eugene but everyone calls me Chuck. I live in Moscow, Russia. Love to travel – New York, Barcelona, and Paris are my favourite destinations. My dad used to repair stuff, including photo cameras, so since early age I had access to different cameras and used them to the best of my limited abilities. Still, I keep a lot of pictures chronicling middle school that would have not existed otherwise. Those were the days of film cameras and black and white film (colour was unreasonably expensive, and only the crappy East German film was available anyhow).

Then I didn’t shoot for a number of years and only came back with the emergence of digital. Fist Konica/Minolta point-and-shoots, then Nikons, now Sony. My true passion is street photography. I don’t chimp (thanks, Sony!) and take time exploring day’s gifts in the comfort of my home.

The contents of my bag: