I thought about getting a Shootsac, but retailing at $180, it's just a little steep for me considering I'm not a professional. At the same time, I wanted something fashionable and the Shootsac, while made with great material, wasn't what I was looking for at this time. Eventually though, I'd love one!
I was browsing online for camera bags and came upon this listing on Etsy. I was blown away by how great the model looked in the product shot and immediately contacted the seller, Jeanne, for more information. After several emails, I decided to get it! Especially since she told me she was having a sale and the bag would be 20% off. I was sold and could not wait for it to arrive.
So my friends, I bring you...the Lilia Camera Bag by Jeanne Oliver:Just look at that packaging! It was so nicely wrapped with a "Merci" luggage tag attached.
I realized I forgot to take an inside shot of the bag, so here's the product picture.
And here I am, trying to model for you guys but I did a poor job. I think the bag is the perfect length, not too short...not too long. I tested it out by practicing bending down, jumping up and down, and running around with this on. I hardly notice it's on my shoulder.
Jeanne is an amazing artist so make sure to check out her Etsy store Abushelandapeck!