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  • What’s in Neph Trejo’s Clarendon

    November 4th, 2014  —  Leave a Comment

    Between product and lifestyle photo shoots, we have plenty of chances to experiment with how much gear can fit in each ONA and how to style each bag. But we’re always inspired and impressed by how real-life ONA owners manage to make the bags work for them (keep sharing your photos with us on social media!), so we decided to highlight how some of our favorite photographers make their bag work for them.

    ONA Bags x Neph Trejo x ClarendonNeph Trejo, an Art Director and photographer residing in Los Angeles by way of Mexico, describes himself as “a pretty chill, down-to-earth dude that loves Jesus.” He hearts Los Angeles, the city where he met his beautiful wife, and enjoys the thrill of collaborating with others who inspire him. When you check out Neph’s impressive Instagram feed, you might wonder why all of the images are in black and white: Like so many great photographers, Neph’s love of the art began in the darkroom. “Film photography began my venture into photography. I took some Black & White Film photography classes in Jr. College and from that moment on I was addicted… so in a small way, [black and white photography] takes me back to my photographic roots, you might say.”

    ONA Bags x Neph Trejo x ClarendonWhat’s in Neph’s Clarendon:

    • Apple EarPods with Remote & Mic
    • Romoss Battery Pack Changing Cable
    • Anycase 2.0 Tripod Mount
    • Gorillapod Original
    • LENSPEN Micropro
    • LENSPEN Filter Klear
    • Moment 80mm Lens
    • Moment 16mm Lens
    • 2 Lens Cloths

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  • Retailer Profile: Looking Glass Photo & Camera

    October 31st, 2014  —  Leave a Comment

    Although we sell directly from our website, ONA also partners with select retail stores throughout the United States and the world to sell ONA camera bags and accessories. Our retail partnerships expose us to a larger audience, as well as allow people to feel the bags before purchasing. Over the past few years, we’ve had the pleasure of getting to know our retailers and their customers and experience how they’re adapting to the changing world of photography. We wanted to give you a glimpse into these stores, and highlight each retailer’s unique personality.

    Looking Glass Photo & Camera x ONA BagsA family owned business in Berkeley, California, Looking Glass Photo & Camera has served the photography community for over 40 years. Built on customer trust and an enduring desire to help anyone get the picture they want, the store has grown tremendously and serves as the San Francisco Bay Area’s ultimate photography resource. Here, you’ll find everything you need, including a staff of dedicated, creative and genuine people who love what you love: photography.Looking Glass Photo & Camera x ONA Bags Looking Glass Photo & Camera x ONA BagsONA: How would you describe your store’s personality in one sentence?

    LGPC: A fun and unique retail experience with genuine people that want to help you get what you want out of your photography, and an immersive space that makes you want to come back for more!Looking Glass Photo & Camera x ONA Bags Looking Glass Photo & Camera x ONA Bags Looking Glass Photo & Camera x ONA BagsONA: For your own photography, what are your favorite types of photos to take?

    LGPC: People, pinhole & pooches!Looking Glass Photo & Camera x ONA Bags Looking Glass Photo & Camera x ONA BagsONA: What keeps customers coming back?

    LGPC: We listen to you. We have expert advice for you. And we celebrate photography with you. These three things make the difference – especially when considering that we do it all with the following goal in mind: to get you the pictures you want. Oh, and people love that we offer everything a photographer may need: cameras, lenses, bags, tripods, filters, film and more from all the top brands; classes and workshops; photographer talks; high-end digital printing services; photo processing services; equipment rentals; preowned equipment; film and digital supplies; two darkrooms; community photowalks; and … yep, so much more! #camerasarecoolLooking Glass Photo & Camera x ONA Bags Looking Glass Photo & Camera x ONA BagsONA: What’s one of your favorite customer stories?

    LGPC: All of our customers are special to us, and many of them do AMAZING things with their work. I remember when Hurricane Katrina hit Louisiana and for the most part it was only rescue and aid workers being allowed into the area, one of our customers was fortunate to be given the opportunity to go in and document the aftermath of the storm. We suited him up with a small camera for carrying around, a very different tool than he is used to using (the images from this camera ended up turning into an incredible book and series that is still being shown and proceeds are paying to rebuild homes in the area). His forte has always been his large format work, and that was really what he was there to do. Getting an 8×10 camera to the area was a task of magnificent proportions, but when he called us from a New Orleans hospital to have a special order of large format color film sent in we were banking on a miracle to make it happen in time. Needless to say we bent over backwards, pulled every possible string and got him the film that he needed. For me, being a part of helping this photographer get what he needed to make pictures that not only changed the way the world experienced this life-changing event but images that to this day are still helping to heal the people and the houses of New Orleans… well, that’s a moment I am personally really touched by and proud to have been even a small part of.Looking Glass Photo & Camera x ONA Bags Looking Glass Photo & Camera x ONA BagsONA: Where’s your favorite place to take a break in the neighborhood?

    LGPC: Café Trieste – a cute and comfortable local café, not too far from our store here in Berkeley. They have a similar feel to what we do at Looking Glass: A local business with people who know their coffee, and their customers. It is easy to feel welcomed there, and that you are amongst friends. The café’s staff is super friendly, they remember you and what you spoke about last time you visited, and make fantastic coffee!
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  • Where ONA Goes: Pacific Coast with Eric Bowley

    October 28th, 2014  —  Leave a Comment

    Each ONA bag is named after a place that founder Tracy Foster has traveled, all the way from Camps Bay in South Africa (where she came up with the idea for ONA) to her favorite neighborhoods in New York, like Brooklyn and Chelsea. The entire ONA team loves to travel, and we adore living vicariously through our customers who take ONA bags to new and beautiful places.

    Eric Bowley x ONA Bags  x Pacific CoastEric Bowley x The Roma  x Pacific CoastEric carries the Roma.

    The Pacific Coast is home to driftwood beaches, glaciated alpine peaks and the incredibly talented Eric Kimberlin Bowley. An avid explorer, spoon ring maker and songwriter from Seattle, Washington, Eric started handcrafting silver spoon rings in 2010 for his sisters. What began as a fun hobby in his garage quickly evolved into a full-time passion.  A scroll through Eric’s Instagram feed affirms his creativity as well as his love of travel and photography. Eric documents his adventures while carrying the Roma camera insert and bag organizer; he recently took his Roma on a shoot along the stunning Pacific Coast.

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  • Travel Journal: Paris

    October 24th, 2014  —  1 Comment

    If you’re a regular follower of our blog, you know how much we love seeing the cool places where ONA bags go with our awesome customers. Our team also loves globetrotting with our own ONA bags: just a few weeks ago, founder Tracy Foster spent a few days exploring Paris, France with her Chelsea bag.
    7D1A8429_1-2 Last month, I spent three days being charmed by the city of Paris. I arrived without an agenda but was determined to indulge in as many lush gardens, buttery croissants, renowned museums, and exclusive boutiques as I could squeeze into three short days.

    7D1A8589My favorite times were spent strolling the city streets, admiring the architecture, taking photos, and just taking it all in.

    7D1A8658I couldn’t get enough of all of the pretty Parisian gardens and courtyards. Between the crisp fall air and the golden leaves, there’s so much to love about Paris in autumn. My hotel was right next to the Jardin du Palais Royal, a nice little oasis with classic tree-lined paths not far from the Louvre Museum.

    7D1A8502One night, after a light rain, I ventured out to find the city glowing against this ethereal backdrop.

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    7D1A8559When I read about JR’s Au Pantheon installation I knew I couldn’t miss it. The installation, which covers the dome, cupola, and the floor of the Panetheon, features the faces of thousands of people who submitted their photographs directly to JR through his website.  It was pretty awesome.

    7D1A8742Of course, no trip to Paris is complete without a macaroon or seven.

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    7D1A8682 I’m always fascinated by cathedrals, so a visit to Notre Dame was essential. I’d been to the Cathedral once before, several years ago, and it was just as beautiful as I remembered.

    7D1A85157D1A8525A friend recommended that I visit a local Parisian market, and I’m so glad that I did. I went to Marche de la Bastille on a Sunday morning, bought a fresh croissant and cappuccino, and then walked the aisles of fresh fruits and vegetables, and breads and cheeses, and wished that I had more time to shop and explore. 7D1A8634My brief adventure in the City of Lights was just as lovely as I’d hoped.

  • Photographer Profile: Joshua Anderson

    October 17th, 2014  —  Leave a Comment

    The team at ONA loves to highlight emerging photographers and feature established photographers: it’s less about renown or experience and more about the feelings stirred by the images created. We’re constantly amazed by the incredible variety of photographers who use ONA bags: there’s no standard background, education, subject, inspiration, industry. The only constant is that they’re trying–and usually succeeeding–to tell a story in one captured moment.

    ONA Bags x Joshua Anderson x ClarendonJoshua carries the Clarendon in Walnut

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    Joshua Anderson is a photographer and designer living and working in Houston, Texas. He grew up in a creative environment where he was always encouraged to create. In 2011, Joshua started realizing how important photography was to him and he hasn’t stopped pursuing his passion for it since. He states, “Mobile photography definitely made it easier to get my foot in the door. Most of my inspiration comes from lines and shapes. I love playing with that in my work.” As evidenced in his portfolio, architecture, design and fashion all play a big role in inspiring Joshua’s work as well.

    ONA Bags x Joshua Anderson x ClarendonONA Bags x Joshua Anderson x ClarendonONA: How did you get into photography?

    JA: It basically all started when I got my hands on my first camera, just a small Casio point-and-shoot. I loved shooting everything and finding ways to get creative with photographs.

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    ONA Bags x Joshua Anderson x ClarendonONA: What camera do you shoot with? What is your “go to” lens of choice?

    JA: Been using the Sony A7 for a few months now. Really in love with this one.  I always have my Minolta 50mm with me.

    ONA Bags x Joshua Anderson x ClarendonONA Bags x Joshua Anderson x ClarendonONA: What sort of project drives your creativity? Follow Up: What is your dream project?

    JA: I love working with big spaces and color! Some of my favorite things. Lines, light and forms drive my creativity. Just observing what I see in the world and implementing that into a photograph. Honestly, if I could do a shoot in outer space that would be a dream! Something about outer space really just fascinates me.

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    ONA Bags x Joshua Anderson x ClarendonONA: What is the hardest thing about being a photographer?

    JA: I don’t think there is a hardest thing. Photography is tricky at times, but you learn from your mistakes and move on.

    ONA Bags x Joshua Anderson x ClarendonONA Bags x Joshua Anderson x ClarendonONA: Describe your style of shooting.

    JA: I would describe my style as simple, colorful and random but with a pattern.

    ONA Bags x Joshua Anderson x ClarendonONA Bags x Joshua Anderson x ClarendonONA: In one sentence, what advice would you give to a photographer just starting out?

    JA: If you see something you like, take a picture.

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    ONA: How did you hear about us?

    JA: On the web!

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  • What’s in Paola Franqui’s North Sound

    October 14th, 2014  —  1 Comment

    Between product and lifestyle photo shoots, we have plenty of chances to experiment with how much gear can fit in each ONA and how to style each bag. But we’re always inspired and impressed by how real-life ONA owners manage to make the bags work for them (keep sharing your photos with us on social media!), so we decided to highlight how some of our favorite photographers make their bag work for them.

    ONA Bags  x Paola Franqui x North SoundIf you were to ever run into Instagrammer Paola Franqui  you would likely find her with her camera in hand exploring and shooting everything around her. She’s passionate about life, and she believes in capturing moments that will never happen again. In fact, she graduated from Rutgers University with a criminal justice degree and hopes to one day become a crime scene photographer. She has always loved photography and it is something that she wants to do for the rest of her life – which is evident when you look through her gorgeous Instagram feed.

    ONA Bags  x Paola Franqui x North SoundWhat’s in Paola’s North Sound:

    • iPhone 6+
    • Headphones
    • Olloclip Lens
    • Tripod
    • Keys

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  • Introducing: The North Sound and The Clarendon

    October 7th, 2014  —  Leave a Comment

    Because the little things can make a big difference.

    Introducing the best way to organize small photography accessories, from mobile lenses to memory cards. Handcrafted with premium Italian leather and the ultimate attention to detail.

    The North Sound x ONA Bags

    THE NORTH SOUND

    Handcrafted with rich Italian leather, the North Sound photo accessories pouch protects and organizes small photography accessories. Designed with modern mobile and traditional photographers in mind, the North Sound features a main compartment that is perfect for organizing small essentials such as mobile photography lenses, batteries, mini tripods, lens caps and microfiber cloths. It can also accommodate an iPad Mini. A front zippered pocket includes four memory card slots. The North Sound also includes a detachable wrist strap.

    SHOP NOW: http://bit.ly/ONANorthSoundPouch

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    THE CLARENDON

    The Clarendon photo accessories organizer is designed for modern mobile and traditional photographers. Handcrafted with premium Italian leather, the Clarendon protects and organizes small photography accessories. This structured folio is secured by a zip closure while the interior feature slim pockets and strong elastic bands to hold small mobile lens, batteries, mini tripods and memory cards. The Clarendon also includes a detachable wrist strap.

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    Enjoy free shipping and free returns* 

  • Photographer Profile: James Seymour-Lock

    October 2nd, 2014  —  Leave a Comment

    The team at ONA loves to highlight emerging photographers and feature established photographers: it’s less about renown or experience and more about the feelings stirred by the images created. We’re constantly amazed by the incredible variety of photographers who use ONA bags: there’s no standard background, education, subject, inspiration, industry. The only constant is that they’re trying–and usually succeeeding–to tell a story in one captured moment.

    James Seymour Lock x ONA Camps BayJames Seymour Lock x ONA Camps BayJames wears the Camps Bay in Smoke

    In December 2013, James Seymour-Lock sold everything he owned, left the UK, and started traveling the world–carrying nothing but his ONA Camps Bay Backpack. He runs Simple As Milk, a user experience agency, from a different country each month: choosing this lifestyle to remove boundaries, seek out exciting new challenges and become a full-time explorer. In his own words: “I carry only what is necessary and live my life out of a single bag. My ONA Camps Bay is the only bag I own and my entire life is contained within it. I don’t think I could ever go back, and I’ve never been happier.”

    James Seymour Lock x ONA Bags James Seymour Lock x ONA Bags James Seymour Lock x ONA BagsONA: How did you get into photography/videography?

    JS: I kind of stumbled into photography. I’ve always been involved in creative practices such as design and web development, but I wanted to find a hobby that would encourage me to get out from behind the computer screen. One that would bring me new opportunities and allow me to explore new places and meet new people.

    After just a few attempts I fell in love with photography. I love how a single image can contain so much meaning, and each time I shoot I seem to learn something new. I’ve met some amazing people, too, and have gained loads of confidence when talking to strangers, asking them for portraits.

    James Seymour Lock x ONA Bags James Seymour Lock x ONA BagsONA: What camera do you shoot with? What is your “go to” lens of choice?

    JS: I shoot with the Sony A7 primarily, mostly because it’s small enough for travel and powerful enough for great results. I’ve found it’s particularly great for street photography because it’s unobtrusive. I also use various adaptors to support my growing collection of vintage lenses.

    My go-to lens for the A7 is the 40-year-old Pentagon M42 135mm f2.8, also known as the “Bokeh Monster” due to its 15 aperture blades. I fell in love with the smooth, soft images that bring a little vintage look back into digital. It’s a fairly unusual focal length to have as your default lens, but I’ve learned to master it and use it for both portraits and landscapes.

    I’ve also recently rekindled my love for my iPhone5 camera. In Copenhagen this month I was taking 90% of my shots with it. The quality of the camera still amazes me and some of my favorite shots have been taken with it.

    James Seymour Lock x ONA Bags James Seymour Lock x ONA Bags James Seymour Lock x ONA BagsONA: What sort of project drives your creativity? What is your dream project?

    JS: My favourite thing to do is to tell stories, so I want to leave behind narratives of my travel and adventures through my photography. Pushing myself to try new things makes me a more creative person: I’m investigating things that are unknown to me and then sharing the results for others to see.

    The same goes for other people, I want to meet new interesting people and hear their story.

    My next aim is to work with some travel/airline companies on creating photo stories for specific locations or cities. Imagine beautiful photo narratives that tell a story of each location and show the lifestyle/people within it.

    James Seymour Lock x ONA Bags James Seymour Lock x ONA Bags James Seymour Lock x ONA BagsONA: What is the hardest thing about being a photographer/videographer?

    JS: The hardest thing I have found is trying to slow down. With digital photography it’s so tempting to go click-crazy and actually miss what’s around you. I try to take the time to just pause and soak in the surroundings. Life is so hectic with everyone rushing through it and I’ve found it particularly hard just to slow down, relax and find that perfect photo opportunity.

    I’ve noticed a lot of photographers excel at one genre of photography, whether it’s portraiture or street work. But I’ve found it hard to settle into a niche, I just enjoy shooting everything.

    James Seymour Lock x ONA Bags James Seymour Lock x ONA Bags James Seymour Lock x ONA BagsONA: Describe your style of shooting.

    JS: Although my style varies, I always try to tell stories. My favorite shots capture the feeling of my journey through the lens. What is it like to be where I am right now? I want to show and inspire more people to go out and explore the world. We spend too much time in one place. You can find beauty almost anywhere in the world, you just have to get lost in that moment.

    James Seymour Lock x ONA Bags valencia-nightONA: In one sentence, what advice would you give to a photographer/videographer just starting out?

    JS: As strange as it might sound, I’d say: Leave the camera at home and see the world through your eyes first, take everything in and just absorb your surroundings.

    Once I stopped trying to see the world through a lens, it really opened up my photography.

    James Seymour Lock x ONA Camps Bay

    James Seymour Lock x ONA Camps BayJames Seymour Lock x ONA Camps BayONA: How did you hear about us?

    JS: I’ve had my Camps Bay bag so long now that I couldn’t tell you. I just remember trying to find the most beautiful camera bag for my equipment and I sure found it. It’s been to more than 30 countries with me and several continents, it has never let me down and its beauty only grows with age!

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    Note: photos of James were kindly taken by Dan Rubin. 

  • Where ONA Goes: Fashion Week with Driely Schwartz

    September 30th, 2014  —  Leave a Comment

    Each ONA bag is named after a place that founder Tracy Foster has traveled, all the way from Camps Bay in South Africa (where she came up with the idea for ONA) to her favorite neighborhoods in New York, like Brooklyn and Chelsea. The entire ONA team loves to travel, and we adore living vicariously through our  customers who take ONA bags to new and beautiful places.

    Driely Schwartz x New York Fashion Week x ONA Camps Bay

    Driely wears the Camps Bay in Field Tan

    New York City always get swept into a well-dressed and overphotographed tizzy when Fashion Week rolls around: photographers, models, editors and street style wannabes turn up in droves to see the next season’s styles. Driely Schwartz is a photographer from Brazil, currently living in New York City and regularly covering Fashion Week. She carried her Camps Bay Backpack as she captured runway looks, behind-the-scene shots and the best of street style all over New York City.

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  • Travel Journal: Photokina

    September 26th, 2014  —  Leave a Comment

    If you’re a regular follower of our blog, you know how much we love seeing the cool places where ONA bags go with our awesome customers. Our team also loves globetrotting with our own ONA bags: founder Tracy Foster and sales manager Jillian Wishart recently jetted over to Germany with their ONA bags for Photokina. 

    Photokina x ONA Bags x Germany Photokina x ONA Bags x GermanyEvery two years leading photography brands and professionals descend on Cologne, Germany for Photokina – the largest imaging fair in the industry. The fair spans across the massive Koelnmesse campus with endless booths of photography and imaging related brands. It’s a wonderful opportunity for this worldwide industry to come together for 6 days and connect over their common bond of photography.  Plaber, our distributor that covers Europe, the Middle East, and Africa, facilitated the ONA booth at this years’ fair. The booth was a welcoming space that portrayed the premium, handcrafted nature of the ONA brand. We were lucky enough to join them for several days, and had a blast meeting new and old customers from all over the world.

    Photokina x ONA Bags x GermanyPhotokina x ONA Bags x Germany Photokina x ONA Bags x Germany Photokina x ONA Bags x Germany Photokina x ONA Bags x Germany Photokina x ONA Bags x GermanyWhile at Photokina, Swarovski Optik introduced the brand-new CL Companion Africa range of binoculars. We teamed up with them to create a custom carrying case with our signature waxed canvas and full-grain leather. An added bonus – we got to meet some of the Swarovski team in person who we’ve emailed regularly.

    Photokina x ONA Bags x Germany Photokina x ONA Bags x SwarovskiOne morning before the show, we took advantage of a few hours to explore Cologne. We made sure to stop by the Cologne Cathedral, which is one of the prominent attractions in the city. Not surprisingly, the cathedral’s details were more beautiful in person and the adjacent plaza was a perfect place to sit and people-watch.Photokina x ONA Bags x GermanyPhotokina x ONA Bags x Germany

    Photokina x ONA Bags x GermanyPhotokina x ONA Bags x GermanyPhotokina x ONA Bags x GermanyPhotokina x ONA Bags x GermanyPhotokina x ONA Bags x GermanyThank you to those who attended and stopped by the booth!