It is weekends like this one I long for: rainy mornings on which groceries can be pushed back and where romantic railway walks become the itinerary. Weekends, my camera is never far from grasp. Capturing life’s tender moments with my Canon has been – although only possible on weekends now – something I’ve always looked forward to. It has been a never-ending quest to find the perfect camera bag – something to protect, carry and store the single piece of equipment I own and cherish most.
When I first saw Jo Totes’s Siena bag, I immediately felt a connection to the beautiful tan leather that is currently a theme in my life. Beyond photography, it has the same clean, classic look I would normally opt for in a regular handbag. It holds nearly everything I can think of that I use on a daily basis and is unbelievably sturdy.
The beautiful tan and brass-coloured turnlock make this camera bag so versatile – perfect for both travel and work.
Among the many different camera bags out there, I was simply in need for a minimal bag with a couple of dividers. I use a Canon EOS 30D and a 28-135mm lens, a battery charger and an extra battery (all very minimal), so the adjustable dividers are perfect for keeping my belongings cushioned.
The Siena also doubles as a purse!
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