Between product and lifestyle photo shoots, we have plenty of chances to experiment with how much gear can fit in each ONA and how to style each bag. But we’re always inspired and impressed by how real-life ONA owners manage to make the bags work for them (keep sharing your photos with us on social media!), so we decided to highlight how some of our favorite photographers make their bag work for them.
We met photographer Geoff Duncan at WPPI, and were instantly blown away by his enthusiasm and energy–and crazy amount of Instagram followers! Geoff is a wedding and portrait photographer who is based in Austin, but discovered his love for the craft in Ethiopia. He now continues to travel all over the world as he creatively tells the stories of others.
We loved the way he styled his Camps Bay Backpack, so we asked him to share a few photos of what’s in his ONA:
Geoff Duncan & ONA Camps Bay BackpackHere’s what Geoff is packing into his Camps Bay:
- 2x Canon EOS 5D Mark III Camera Body
- Canon EF 24mm f/1.4L II
- Canon TS-E 45mm f/2.8 Tilt Shift
- Canon EF 50mm f/1.2L
- Canon EF 85mm f/1.8
- Canon Telephoto EF 135mm f/2.0L
- Macbook Pro 15″
- Magsafe Power Supply
The interior of the Camps Bay is fully customizable closed-cell foam, and the exterior is made of water-resistant waxed canvas. It keeps your gear safe while looking fantastic!
The Camps Bay sits upright on the ground, making it easy to transport and set down while you shoot.
One last look at everything that Geoff manages to fit in his Camps Bay.
Thanks for sharing these awesome photos with us, Geoff–we’re impressed!
Note: the fantastic photos were taken by Lisa Woods.