What’s In The Bag? Daniel Milnor Shows How Digital and Analog Live In One Place
“Sometimes you feel like a nut, sometimes you don’t” Peter Paul/1980
Analog or Digital? Seems like an easy question to answer.
If you’ve ever used film, you know the difference in the workflow. And the image.
It’s a different skill set that will probably be soon relegated to those few willing to put in the work.
Today we met with Daniel Milnor: He’s a photographer, journalist, bookmaker and artist who travels the world spreading the word of Blurb: The premier company for self publishing. While gathering up crazy amounts of miles, he has figured out what works best for him in a gear bag.
More specifically, what kind of camera set-ups he needs to get the job done.
Traversing from DSLR, to Medium Format Film, Polaroid Instant, and Leica Rangefinder, there is a purpose for each.
He explains the reason for each
He depends on Tenba bags, with 1 roller and 2 backpacks making the trips with him.
Have a look at what works for him, and see if there is any familiarity with your kit.
Check out his latest site, Shifter, for a look into his work.