Camera bags, it seems you can never have too many of them! They come in so many sizes, colors, and they all have a different purpose and gamut of functionality.
It doesn't matter what their nature is, they all have their own charm from big chunky camera bags that you can fit your entire life in, to small slingshot style bags that hold your camera and prime lens.
Here we've pulled together some of our most popular links on Light Stalking about the trials and tribulations of camera bags.
Let's start with the most basic tips about Camera Bags, that is developing a clear idea about how to choose the right one for you. Just like pretty much anything in the photography world, there are way too many options out there.
Camera Bags aren't an exception, and in this post, you'll find a very useful guide by our friend Jason Row in which he explains how to choose a camera bag that will meet your needs.
So, packing a camera bag has its own nuances. In this article, you'll find some pretty awesome information. Several of these tricks and practices are things that nobody on earth would ever share with you about how to pack your stuff inside a camera bag.
Here in this article, Sheen Watkins reflects a bit on the act of having things organized in a bag. It is quite interesting to understand her vision on the importance of being organized.
Besides your camera and lenses, there are some pieces of equipment that your camera bag should have inside. Before reading this the only thing that I was always carrying was a plastic bag for stormy situations, but after reading this article, I'm redesigning my whole bag structure.
Photography is an expensive discipline, and you'll rarely find generous discounts on Black Friday for any kit that's photography related. Investing good money on tripods and camera bags is a pretty clever move.
Arguably, it is even wiser than spending up big on camera bodies, since cameras are upgraded on a regular basis. Here you'll understand why Jason says that investing top-dollar on a camera bag will actually save you money in the long run.