What’s In Your Bag: Randy Jay Braun

What’s In Your Bag: Photography amateurs and professionals share the contents of their camera bags.  Besides our little interview in which we just had with Randy Jay Braun, he also opened up to use what was in his camera bag that he always uses. Nothing really jumped out at us until he mentioned he carries around Duct Tape which could be or could not deal with photography if you are in a certain mood…

Nikon D700 with battery grip and Black Rapid strap.
Nikon D7000 with battery grip.
Nikon 14-24 f2.8
• Nikon 24-70 f2.8 with hood
• Nikon 70-200 f2.8 with hood
• Nikon 18-105 f3.5 with hood
• Nikon 2x tele-converter
Nikon SB-800 flash with dome cover and stand
• Nikon shutter-release cable
• Nikon cable to USB to direct download files to laptop
• Vivitar wireless shutter release
• Extra batteries for everything
• Mini Pelican cases to hold compact flash cards.
• 10 compact flash cards – 4 gig and 8 gig.
• B+W filters: 6-stop Neutral Density and Circular Polarizer
• Pen, Sharpie, Rubber bands, mini keychain LED flashlight,
• Kirkland brand lens cleaning fluid and cloth
• Reading glasses
• A couple orange filters to tape over flash
• Random money
• Pelican Case that is carry-on legal, with wheels.
• Assorted strips of gaffer tape stuck all over my hard case
• Leopard-Spot duct tape on pretty much everything I own to identify my equipment during
classes and workshops
• Gitzo 2540EX tripod with Gitzo ball head and Really Right Stuff “L” bracket clamp
• A few model releases and business cards


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