My camera bag kit is always evolving just like my photography style. I remember reading that Eric Kim, the street photographer, doesn’t even own a tripod. While that suits him just fine, that wouldn’t do me much good.

        You could break down the kinds of photos I take into two sections: people and places. Whether I’m taking pictures of a model, or a man on the street, I spend a lot of taking pictures of people. And I spend an equally long time taking pictures of places, whether it’s an old building or a landscape.

        So while we have a look at the list below, bear this in mind, because everyone’s bag is going to be different. Please note, I don’t carry everything with me at once, I leave my telephoto lens, back up camera, etc. at home if I’m just taking photos for the fun or street photography.

        The Bag: The bag I use is a ThinkTank Airport Essentials (See Below). It’s a fantastic bag, but I won’t bore you with the details, as you can read my review of it here.


        Sony A9

        Sony A7RIII


        Zeiss Batis 25mm f2

        Voigtlander 35mm f1.4

        Zeiss Batis 85mm f1.8

        Zeiss Batis 135mm f2.8


        ThinkTank Airport Essentials

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