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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:”

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Introduction

Dear Streethunters.net Readers, for more than 4 years, we have been sharing with you the contents of your camera bags. Just so you know, we take great pride in showing off your camera bags dear Readers! At this point in time we have published 158 street photography Camera Bags already but lately things have slowed down. 

Why the camera bags have stopped

Since we published camera bag 158 on July 16th there have been no new submissions and as such the “What’s in your Camera Bag?” weekly posts have stopped being published. Unlike our other posts, the “What’s in your Camera Bag” posts depend 100% on you and your level of participation.

Inside Carsten Schlipf's Camera Bag - Bag No. 158

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Inside Carsten Schlipf’s Camera bag! (Bag No158)

Hi Street Hunters,

I am a 43 year old amateur photographer living near Stuttgart in Germany, who was always fascinated by street photography. However I am still considering myself a street photography pussy when approaching people, but I am working on getting more confidence.

On the street I aim to stay as lightweight as possible with my X100F and its great fixed 23mm lens as the only camera in a rather small bag.

Photography will definitely stay a hobby as I enjoy the freedom to experiment with various styles and do what I want to do. The most rewarding part of photography as a hobby is finding a personal balance and the process of slowing down the world, whenever I am seeking beauty in every day’s things through the viewfinder of my camera.

You can meet me at a Drink and Click event of the Stuttgart chapter.

Inside my bag:

Inside Pavlos Koutsoukos' Camera Bag

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Inside Pavlos Koutsoukos’ Camera bag! (Bag No157)

Hi Streethunters,

My name is Pavlos , I am 44 years old photo enthusiast from Greece.
I love practicing Street Photography whenever I have the time, in the streets of Athens as a meditation process to calm from my everyday job.
I mainly use my 23mm lens for street but always keep the 56mm lens in my bag for occasional portrait opportunities plus my dads film camera loaded with B&W film.

Inside my bag:

Inside Alexandre Méneux's camera bag

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Inside Alexandre Méneux’s Camera bag! (Bag No156)

Hi Streethunters,

My name is Alex. I am 22 and I was born in France but I live in Montreal for a while. I work in animation features but I want to become a professional photographer. I love street photography, I practice every day. I focus on the atmosphere and storytelling. I like to feel free in my movements, therefore I have a minimalist bag.

I appreciate having less equipment and only one lens. It allows you to really know your tools and not ask yourself any more questions. I don’t have a computer anymore. Editing photos on IpadPro is really efficient, light and simple. Storage is automatic with iCloud.

Inside my bag:

Inside Raul Barroso's Camera Bag

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Inside Raul Barroso’s Camera bag! (Bag No155)

Hi Streethunters, I’m Raúl from Madrid, Spain.

Love the street photography in the way it allow me to explore the outside world as well as my inner world. I shot on colour and look for interesting details and colour or shape matchings. I usually listen music while I’m shooting because it help me to get in the zone and self confident. Lately I’m shooting on film to avoid my habit of watching the screen constantly. Now I’m hooked on its simplicity and its atmosphere.

I share my photographic adventures with my colleagues in La Calle es Nuestra a collective of Spanish Street photography.

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Inside Yannis Fragakis' Camera Bag

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Inside Yannis Fragakis’ Camera bag! (Bag No154)

Hello Street Hunters!

My name is Yannis and i am from Rethymno – Greece. I love all kinds of photography, but specially street portrait photography. I shoot both digital and analog and lately i have discovered a recipe mix, combining digital body with analog optics. This is a great combo for shooting portraits with the ease of digital equipment, but also feeling the pleasure of slowing down, experiencing the calmness that analog photography can give.

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Inside John Hughes' camera bag

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Inside John Hughes’ Camera bag! (Bag No153)

I’m John Hughes a street photographer based in the UK, I spend most of my time shooting in Cambridge and London. I can’t believe I’ve never sent my whats in my bag to Streethunters.net,
First, we’ll start with my camera bag this had to be lightweight and small, yet still big enough to carry what I needed. I decided on the Billingham Hadley Small (Khaki / Tan). I love this bag it’s lightweight, waterproof and it doesn’t look like a camera bag, perfect for the streets of London, it never gets noticed. The bonus for me is that it never gets in the way and most of the time I forget I’m carrying it. I carry my: