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Inside Wayne Richards' Camera Bag - Bag no. 168

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Inside Wayne Richards’ Camera bag! (Bag No168)

“Hello,

This is what I take for a regular days street shooting. Once, I am at the location I use the wrist strap so my camera is always in hand and ready. The only time I switch the camera off is to change battery.

I shoot Jpeg and Raw. My settings vary depending on the conditions and what I am trying to document but generally I try to stick to an aperture of F5.6 to F8 which is the sweet spot for the 23mm lens I’m using.

I find I am more productive if I have a project or theme in mind prior to shooting, rather than randomly wandering in search of something to shoot. At this particular time I’m enjoying experimenting with a high contrast style.

My one piece of advice would be to invest time in your own education rather than gear.

The contents of my bag:”

Inside Ulf Sejersen's Camera Bag

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Inside Ulf Sejersen’s Camera bag! (Bag No167)

“Hi,

My name is Ulf Sejersen. Living in Middelfart, Denmark. I have been photographing since 1978, mostly street photography, abstract, minimalism, urbex. I just walk around and observe life. I ALWAYS carry a camera. I shoot primarily in black and white but some few series come in colour. Almost no kind of post processing, just converting colour to B/W in Capture one.

To keep it simple, my bag is a black Billingham Hadley Small Pro.

The contents of my bag:”

Inside Chen Guttman's Camera Bag - Bag No. 166

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Inside Chen Guttman’s Camera bag! (Bag No166)

“Hi,

My name is Chen and I am a scientist and photographer. Aside from travel and stage photography, I also capture documentary style moments of my family and urban streets. I blog about street photography and photography in general (see link below). I try my best to be unnoticed while capturing moments on the streets.

The contents of my bag:”

Inside Nathanael Fournier's Camera Bag - Bag No. 165

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Inside Nathanaël Fournier’s Camera bag! (Bag No165)

“Hello!

I’m happy to share with you my bag’s content. That’s not properly a camera bag as I don’t use such bag, I always try to “voyager léger” as I wander the streets. My name is Nathanaël Fournier. I’m a 36-year-old photographer from France and I’m shooting with film cameras since 2004. The bag on this picture is one of my old fashioned luggage. It allows me to carry clothes and books from town to town and it has a part dedicated to cameras and rolls of film.

Street Photography is my best reason for not having a full-time job !!

Contents:”

Inside Jomel Bartolome's Camera Bag - Bag No. 164

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Inside Jomel Bartolome’s Camera bag! (Bag No164)

“Kia Ora!

I am a photography enthusiast travelling where ever life takes me.I am in Queenstown New Zealand at the moment, taking photos of people and their activities during spring. I am always fascinated with people that is why they are usually my subject ever since I started photography.

My bag content:”

Inside Sotiris Stampoulidis Camera Bag - Bag No. 163

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Inside Sotiris Stampoulidis’ Camera bag! (Bag No163)

Hello Street Hunters,

I’m a photographer based in Athens Greece. I first got involved with photography back in the early nineteens. After 10 years at a studio I decided to focus more on people.  The last 5 years in shooting at the streets. I make hopefully once a year a trip abroad and shoot either by my self or with my mates from uscita8. I like to gravitate towards a minimalistic approach, primarily focusing on the linearity and shape of the subject matter. I am a father, I love music and having coffee with friends.

Contents:

Inside Nico Ouburg's Camera Bag - Bag no. 162

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Inside Nico Ouburg’s Camera bag! (Bag No162)

“Hello StreetHunters!

My name is Nico Ouburg. Photographing people fascinated me from an early age; when I discovered the work of Ed van der Elsken I realised why. The key to the fascination is life itself. Even so, photography has not been an important aspect of my life for long. Actually, it only became a passion when I bought a digital camera in 2006.

Initially, I called myself a street photographer, but later I realised that I prefer to photograph people. No spectacular street photos, but rather the minor moments of life itself to which you as the observer can add the background.

I am an autodidact, as a photographer I search for my own path by scrutinising the work of others. Today’s photographers who inspire me are Rui Palha, Garry Winogrand , Alex Webb and Vivian Maier. And of course Ed, with his view of life itself.

In my bag:”

Inside Dan Baker's Camera Bag - Bag No. 161

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Inside Dan Baker’s Camera bag! (Bag No161)

“Hey guys!

Im a street photographer from the UK, in particular the North East located on the coast. For the past two years i have been living in a little seaside town called ‘Cleethorpes’ and this has been the attention of my most resent project; By the Sea (for what most people will recognise me for doing).
I have travelled to many different places and and shot a range of different street scenes but my attentions always falls back to the coast line, I think its quite an english pursuit and I’m keen to indulge it!

Anyway the contents of my bag…”

Dan Berntsson's Camera Bag - Bag No. 160

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Inside Dan Berntsson’s Camera bag! (Bag No160)

“Hi Street Hunters,

This is the second time I share my camera bag with Streethunters.net. The first time I shared by bag was 156 bags ago, in 2014 and my camera bag was camera bag No 4!

The bag itself is the same as then, it’s a ”non lookalike camera bag”. It is modified with extra padding and with a partition done by my self so I can put my two babies inside in a safe way. (But I usually leave one camera at home and put a bottle of water there instead).

The news is that I let my daughter use my older X-Pro1 system and I replaced it with a brand new Fujifilm X-100F and yes I’m thrilled with the change!
The X100F is so much smaller and compact, so easy to carry in my hand all day long. The files coming out from it are absolutely stunning. The camera is perfect for street YES!! No doubt about that!

The Olympus 35 SP (https://kenrockwell.com/olympus/35-sp.htm if you are interested) is my true old friend and companion but I rarely take them out together, they always bothering who I like most😂. So one at the time keeps them calm.

And it’s best for me too, at my age I need to be as light as possible because on a long weekend in eg. London or Athens I walk about 40-50km.

Inside my bag:”

Ryan Katsanes' Camera Bag - Bag No. 159

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Inside Ryan Katsanes’ Camera bag! (Bag No159)

“Hi Street Hunters,

I’m a street photographer from Vancouver, Washington, near Portland, Oregon. Everyone who knows me, knows that my bag is actually this jacket! I’ve been into street for about 5 years now. I primarily shoot in downtown Portland, however I’ve shot in Paris, New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and Seattle. I’m excited most by being on the street, among people doing their thing.

Inside my bag:”