What’s in my Camera Bag
My camera bag isn’t just a place to shove my gear and forget about it. Instead, it’s an organized system of compartments, pockets, and cushioned boxes that hold my photography tools like a cozy tiny home. Sure, I could buy the fanciest and most expensive camera bags on the market, but I take pride in making do with what I have.
Inside my camera bag, you’ll find:
-My DSLR camera body. Currently, I use a Nikon
-A couple of lenses- some of my favorites are zoom land fisheye lens
-Filters- polarizing filters and UV/Haze filters
-An extra battery
-A charged flash
-A card reader
-Chapstick (because I have one everywhere I go)
And there’s even room for some snack bars just in case hunger strikes!
Ultimately, my camera bag isn’t just full of items; it’s full of memories, experiences, and stories from all the places I’ve been. That’s why when people ask me what’s in my camera bag – my answer isn’t just about lenses, filters, and tripods. Instead, it’s about capturing moments and creating art. And for that, you don’t need expensive gear; you only need passion and an eye for beauty.