What's in my Bag(s) - What a LightPainter packs in its bag.

in #photofeed2 months ago (edited)

A good friend and epic LightPainter Sven Gerard from Lichtkunstfoto.de shared what's in his bag and ask me what's in mine.

That got me thinking. A lot of thinking. A lot of questions went through my head (very effective procrastination technique not to get the post done by tomorrow). The first question was like: What bags, which bag? Define bag? A bag means you want to carry something somewhere. But how do you travel? By foot? By Car? By train or plane?

On top of just emptying my bag, I discuss different bags and different tools. You can follow my reasoning why I bring different bags and tools. All of that is of course connected to what my photos going to look like in the end. The video is relatively long, I know that. But I could not just take the one shot of the equipment without commenting why I pack what I pack. So if you have 30 shortlived minutes.

Here I will pack with you for a night out in the dark.

I hope it was informative and maybe also inspirational. If you have more questions please do not hesitate. I am happy to share my knowledge.

Gunnar Heilmann Photogrpahy

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