A longtime member of the ONA community, Victoria Wright is a commercial photographer based in the Pacific Northwest who has an innate ability to perfectly capture texture and tones. A Fujifilm X-Photographer, Victoria specializes in lifestyle and travel photography and works with global brands like REI and American Express. Below, she gives us a look inside her Chelsea bag and shares which mirrorless camera she uses and her essential gear.
These are a few of my favorite things…
“What camera do you use?” “What gear is your favorite?” “Where’d you get that cute bag?” - these are some of the questions I get on a weekly basis. Though I’m a firm believer that the camera isn’t what makes a good photo, your tools can be very powerful if you take the time to get to know them.
When I find a good thing, I stick with it. I’ve loved ONA’s beautiful bags since day one, when I took my Capri on a dreamy trip down the West Coast. ONA’s bags have all the functionality I need, without looking like typical, bulky camera bags.
Fujifilm’s X Series won my heart years ago — the entire system is incredibly light, and the images have so much soul. Needless to say, I was over the moon last fall when Fujifilm asked me to share my journey and become an official X-Photographer.
Back to those questions I keep getting asked…
By now, it’s no surprise that I’ll have a Fujifilm camera around my neck, and an ONA bag in tow. Here’s what I’ve been using lately:
The Chelsea bag: Surprisingly spacious, can fit several lenses, a body, flash, accessories — with room to spare! I get more compliments about this camera bag than my designer handbags.
Fujifilm X-T2: This camera has become my workhorse. It’s fast, lightweight and dependable, and the lenses are super sharp. I rarely leave my house without it.
If you peek into my bag you’ll also find:
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