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I don't have access to Photoshop at this very moment, so I can't fix the White Balance in those old pics. Here is how my mian bag looked some time ago. Another bag, with less important things is up on the loft.
I wish I could keep my main bag as empty as in it was back when those pictures were taken. These days it holds everything I need on a day out with my camera. Spare batteries, filters, holders, torches (2 of them),rain cover, cleaning stuff, 2 bodies, 5 lenses, flash and accesories, wireless and wired remote control, hoods, cables, spare memory cards, triggers, cards, covers...
The bag is always ready to go.
Except the bag there is a full trunk of lighting stuff.
What I like the most about this bag, is when I go back home I just secure the velcro straps before and if I ever need the access to the bag indoors when my son is asleep next room, I know that I won't wake him up.
You do need strong body to carry that bag full of stuff for hours though. All of that weight is jusy hanging on one of your shoulders.