In My Photography Bag: Thibault Le Nours
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 Thibault Le Nours - Paris based freelance photographer, B&W film enthusiast & De Paris Yearbook contributor.
Thibault's bag is relatively light - usually with just Nikon D2X, Nikon FM2, three tiny Nikon 35mm f/2 Ai-S, Nikon 50mm f/1.8 D & Nikon 100mm f/2.8 E lenses and Peleng 8mm f/3.5 fisheye in it. He occasionally takes with him a medium format Pentacon Six camera with Volna-3 MC 80mm f/2.8 lens. And that's about it. Thibault prefers to shoot with available light, but if the need arises for flash photography - he has two Nikon SB-24 speedlights and Phottix triggers on him. When shooting on film, Thibault uses Kodak Tri-X 400 ISO B&W film which he develops himself with Adox Adonal (Rodinal) developer.
Thibault was kind enough to share with us a selection of his analogue and digital work shot with the equipment along with the technical details and other interesting bits.
Follow Thibault on Instagram here for more of his great film and digital photography work.