“Walking Light” Mode with Photographer Nour El Refai (Part 2)

Filed in Pro Photographers, Products by on August 28, 2013

Editor’s note: As promised, here is part two of our story with photographer Nour El Refai and his CompuDay Photo 250 backpack.

These images capture Nour’s style of street photography and his camera kit reflects a more stealthy way to grab scenes impromptu.

Enjoy the imagery and pick up a tip or two from Nour’s gear set-up.

“This is other set-up that I usually use for street photography, especially when I walk for long distances looking for unique moments to capture. The pack is really light so I almost don’t feel I am carrying a load with this set-up. I even sometimes lose the SB-910 and the PocketWizards when I feel I don’t need flash. Then I have good space to carry cloth or food that I might need during my long walks.”

Walking light mode. © Nour El Refai

Walking light mode. © Nour El Refai

It Includes:
Fuji X100
iPad
Nikon SB-910 w/ gels
2 PocketWizards Plus III
iPhone 5
Drinking bottle
Extra batteries for Fuji X100
Extra SD cards
SD card carrier from Lowepro Voyager C Strap
Universal Travel Power Plug

“I used this packing on the streets of Beirut during my last trip to Lebanon.” (Editor’s note: This refers to three images below. The fourth is a self portrait.)

An old man walking with refrigerator, working as furniture mover. Gemmayzeh Street, Beirut. © Nour El Refai

An old man walking with refrigerator, working as furniture mover. Gemmayzeh Street, Beirut. © Nour El Refai

Downtown Beirut. © Nour El Refai

Downtown Beirut. © Nour El Refai

Verdun, Beirut. © Nour El Refai

Verdun, Beirut. © Nour El Refai

Self portrait. © Nour El Refai

Self portrait. © Nour El Refai

Visit Nour El Refai’s web site and blog to see more of this photographer’s distinctive work.

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