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Inside Nikita Payusov’s Camera bag! (Bag No118)

Greetings Everyone,
This is my second submission to this blog. First one was featured last year under number 97. This time, I decided to share my analog setup. I shoot mostly digital, but sometimes I really enjoy shooting film. It produces better results with more depth and character. Also, It’s much more unforgiving and challenging to shoot with, especially when it comes to the medium format. Shooting with the Hasselblad is just a completely different experience. You should all try it at least once in your life! You are much more critical of your shots, since there are only 12 shots on the roll and it’s fairly expensive to develop. This year, I was able to receive back my 1955 Смена 1 (Smena 1). I mostly shoot with it because of nostalgia and as a good practice, since it’s even more challenging to shot with. My dad got it from his uncle when he was a kid and he gave to me when I was about six or eight. He used set up the darkroom at home and we used to spend hours developing photos. These days, I shoot a lot of stuff, but my favorite place to shoot is the street with all the people and all the drama.

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Inside Nikita Payusov's Camera Bag

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Inside Nikita Payusov’s Camera bag! (Bag No97)

Greetings Everyone,

My dad brought me to photography. When I was a kid, we used to spend hours and hours developing photos inside our little darkroom. This passion returned again in college where I mostly shot 35mm film and some sport photography, primarily running events. During my graduate architecture school, I lost a lot of interests and hobbies, including interest for photography. Unfortunately, this happens to all architecture students. I think I can blame New York for bringing me back to photography. I love this city and everything about it! The Fujifilm X70 is a perfect choice for me, because I can carry it on me almost all the time. About 95% of the time, I only carry everything that’s inside the white square. Everything fits perfectly inside the hard case pouch.  The rest of the gear is for urban/city, slow shutter, and landscape photography, although the street is where my passion is.

Inside my camera bag: