Step 3: Check the length.
Next we need to get the right length for your camera of choice. For most cameras its a case of holding the camera at a point that feels right for you. A normal strap length would place the camera resting on the crest of your rib cage.
For my camera it is slightly different, a Twin Lens Reflex camera is held at a specific distance down from your eyes. I decided it would be handy to have the strap hold the camera at this point. So that when I am setting up a shot it will take most the weight while I mess around.
Once you have your distance mark on the inside of leather for the next step.