Hi there… come sit down won’t you? Today I’m going to be writing a little bit about these cute little camera bags I just discovered. I came across these bags while browsing the Paint the Moon Blog. I will tell you that I love Annie Manning’s blog. She sells action sets that I also love, but that’s another post for another time… If you love photography, and you haven’t ventured into her blog yet, she does a great job of demonstrating how to get good lighting, dress for photos… etc.
Anyways… when I was wondering around her site, she has a post about her photography supplies, and she briefly mentioned these Epiphanie Bags. At the time, I had just gotten a new camera and I was looking for a bag, but I was frustrated at how boring and ugly all the camera bags I had come across were. I didn’t want just a bag, and I didn’t want it to be completely obvious every where I took my camera that I had a camera.
This is why these bags are perfect. They look like purses. Just regular, everyday purses. GENIUS. Of course, I wanted one immediately, but I had to hold off as these babies are pricey…. but let me tell you why I love them.
I got the bag called “Ginger” in Caramel. It’s more my style than some of the other bags, and it honestly looks really similar to the purse I carry around now. This bag is big enough to hold my regular DSLR camera, 3 lenses, another waterproof point and shoot camera, all my chargers/ batteries and SD cards. On top of that I have 2 more sections that are just empty that I use told hold m wallet, phone and tablet if I’m going somewhere and only want to carry one bag. I haven’t even ventured into all the pockets this thing has. There is a pocket everywhere you look.
So I can take this bag to a party, or to the beach and not worry about looking like I’m carrying a huge camera around. Also, once you zip this baby up it’s completely sealed meaning that you can leave it on the beach without worrying that sand is going to get into your equipment and cause issues.
Bottom line… I LOVE it! This is the bag I leave my camera in and take with me when I know I’m going to want to take photos – which is all the time!