Katrina

Katrina is the Senior Editor & Communications Manager for Lowepro.

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Kohjiro Kinno and Imagery from the London 2012 Summer Olympics

Kohjiro Kinno and Imagery from the London 2012 Summer Olympics

Editor’s note: Lowepro friend and sports photographer Kohjiro Kinno is shooting in London now with colleague Robert Beck for Sports Illustrated. We caught up with him (just for a nano-moment; his schedule is busy as you might imagine) to get a few impressions.   Your schedule must be pretty exhausting. What’s it like to cover […]

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Sign Up for a Free Cristina Mittermeier Webinar: Event Takes Place Thursday, August 9

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Sign Up for a Free Cristina Mittermeier Webinar: Event Takes Place Thursday, August 9

We’re extremely excited to present an exclusive (and free!) webinar with renowned conservation photographer Cristina Mittermeier. She’ll present Shooting Your Vision on Thursday, August 9 at 11am PDT and 2pm EDT. Cristina will share some of her techniques and insights, including how to sketch your shot, relying on research, the 30-60-10 rule, how to articulate […]

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Recap of Jesse Kalisher Webinar

Filed in Ask a Pro, Events, Pro Photographers, Products by on August 2, 2012 0 Comments
Recap of Jesse Kalisher Webinar

Our thanks go out to Jesse Kalisher for presenting The Photographers’ View: Composition & Design. We’ll give you a short recap here, but we invite you to watch the entire webinar at your convenience.  This video along with previous webinars may be viewed when you visit our Ask the Pro page. Jesse covered a lot […]

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Tough Enough? Putting Lowepro’s Outdoor Adventure Packs to the Test!

Filed in Events, Pro Photographers, Products, True Stories by on July 30, 2012 0 Comments
Tough Enough? Putting Lowepro’s Outdoor Adventure Packs to the Test!

Editor’s note: Ty Wivell is an avid adventure photographer and Lowepro’s National Sales Manager for the Outdoor Channel. In our completely biased opinion, he truly embodies the spirit of the Lowepro brand. Just a few days ago he participated in Vermont’s Tough Mudder adventure challenge, and along with friends Andrea Greeley and Jerry Monkman (a […]

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Sign Up for Jesse Kalisher Webinar

Filed in Ask a Pro, Events, Pro Photographers by on July 25, 2012 0 Comments
Sign Up for Jesse Kalisher Webinar

The distinction of having the first images of Barack Obama to be acquired by the Smithsonian belongs to professional photographer Jesse Kalisher. In this upcoming webinar, he’ll share the tools that have served him well on his quest to create images that have both impact and meaning. He will cover what to look for through […]

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Really Waterproof. DryZone and pro photographer Craig Pulsifer.

Filed in Pro Photographers, Products by on July 3, 2012 0 Comments
Really Waterproof. DryZone and pro photographer Craig Pulsifer.

The DryZone 200 is the world’s first waterproof camera backpack of its kind. Built to protect gear in some of the most challenging situations, it provides a watertight and feature-filled carrying solution. A patented and fully watertight TIZIP™ EasySeal zipper and sealed seams serve to protect camera gear—even during complete immersion. That means no worries […]

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Fred Vuich, Featured Pro Photographer

Filed in Pro Photographers by on July 2, 2012 0 Comments
Fred Vuich, Featured Pro Photographer

When Tiger Woods won his fourth straight major at the 2001 Masters Tournament, Fred Vuich was there. In fact, Fred’s shot of the mid-backswing on the 18th hole of the final round made the cover of Sports Illustrated with the word “Masterpiece” describing the event—and the image. The shot was so well received that the […]

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