What is inside photographer's bag is usually a well-kept secret. Some photographers are happy to share it, some keep it to themselves, but on average we almost all use the same tools and the final result depends more on the creativity of the photographer, technical knowledge, eye for composition & small details, luck and of course post-processing.
'In My Photography Bag' series of articles we aim to collect and look at the work of established & upcoming skateboard photographers of past and present, as well as riders turned photographers and show what can be achieved with both simple & sophisticated tools available on the market.
We continue the series with Patrik Wallner - traveller, filmmaker, photographer and man behind Visualtraveling.com.
Patrik is a real globetrotter and has been on skate trips to places you can't even imagine. So travelling light and taking bare necessities is the way to go for him. While being a professional filmmaker he is a keen photographer as well. His up to date setup includes Leica M-P Typ 240 body, Leica 35mm f/1.4 Summilux-M ASPH FLE lens, Sony A7S II body, Nikon 17-35mm f/2.8 D IF-ED lens, Nikon SB-R200 speedlights and ThinkTank travel bag. He uses Adobe CC suite for all the photo and video post-processing.
Patrik was kind enough and provided us with a selection of his recent work shot with the equipment and accompanied it with insights into each photograph.
Check the rest of his amazing film and travel photography work on his website here.
Leica M-P Typ 240