Having been laid out with a nasty head cold, then swept out of town on various training trips, I’ve been straddling the fence of coherence, fogginess, and business for a few days now. During that time I’ve not written much at all, but I have had the benefit of reading more than I normally do – including some of my own archived content. It often gives me ideas for re-writes or new perspectives. Other times, I see a post from the past that really doesn’t need a re-write, but is worth sharing again just because of the point the article makes, the quality of the content, or it’s just a really good read!
With that in mind, here’s a few Gems from the Archives for your weekly enjoyment:
For this week (and the foreseeable future), I am continuing the â€œlive video talksâ€ where I share a little insight into things I use and do to with photography, and the gear thatâ€™s involved.This week, I recall that some others have done a â€œWhatâ€™s in Your Bag?â€ type of theme, and rather than just show you my gear (which is what the question basically is a lead-in for), I also share some different bags and bag systems I have used, and that I continue to use.Bag types range from small shoulder bags, to belt systems, backpacks, and equipment bags.One bag I did not include is one for your tripod and/or light stand.
Anyway, itâ€™s kind of a bandwidth intensive episode this week at over 100 MB of download in Quicktime ® format.Sorry, again, no flash-based version.Until Camtasia can import .mov files and render as Flash, when I record in QT, the .mov format is all I can do.
With that in mind, Iâ€™d like to also open it up to the readers/viewers out there.What kinds of bags or bag systems do you use?Backpacks?Belts?Shoulder bags?What works best for you?Sound off in the comments!
CB #46: Backpacks, Belts, and Bags, Oh My!Download