What’s in my bag?
Photographers always seem to have a fascination with what other photographers have in their kit. Cameras, lenses, filters, bags and all the paraphernalia that goes along with it. So what’s in my bag, when I leave the studio?
My go-to travel bag
When I travel I tend to carry a variety of lenses with me, depending on where I am going.
- Sony a7RIII
- Sony 16-35mm wide-angle
- Sony 90mm Macro
- Tamron 28-75mm (my workhorse)
- Pro-Master Travel Tripod
- MEIKE MK-320S Mini TTL
- ND Filters and filter attachment
- Remote trigger for long exposures — similar to this Vello one
Other things in my bag are spare batteries, a rain poncho, a small hand towel, a lens cleaning kit, and business cards (you never know who you might run into). I have a range of bags, all getting pretty old. But they need to be lightweight and comfortable. I prefer the backpack type myself. Waterproof and has room for everything without being too heavy. My favorite is this old Lowepro sports bag, I think this is similar to mine that is available today.
I also frequently have my second camera (also a Sony a7RIII) on a Black Rapid Metro sling strap.
So, that’s what’s in my bag. What about yours? Share it with us in the comments below!