Katrina

Katrina is the Senior Editor & Communications Manager for Lowepro.

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Photographer Tom Bunning on a passion for shooting, portraits & gear

Filed in Ask a Pro, Pro Photographers, Products, United Kingdom by on September 4, 2013 0 Comments
Photographer Tom Bunning on a passion for shooting, portraits & gear

Editor’s note: Tom Bunning is a London-based photographer who specializes in music, fashion and portraiture. This range of subjects keeps Tom at the forefront of what’s new, what’s fresh and what matters. Tom regularly shoots for Nike and Levi’s, and shoots backstage at London fashion Week for TONI&GUY. He also serves as the portrait project […]

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Trip Report: Photo Sport 200 AW on a Bike Tour from Alaska to Arizona

Filed in Products, Reviews, Travel Stories, True Stories by on August 29, 2013 0 Comments
Trip Report: Photo Sport 200 AW on a Bike Tour from Alaska to Arizona

Editor’s note: German adventurers Mathias and Caro took off on a three-month bike tour of western North America in the beginning of August. They landed in Alaska and are now in the Yukon with their bikes, camping stuff, camera gear, laptop and the Photo Sport 200 AW. Read Mathias’ most-recent trip report. We’ll keep in […]

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“Walking Light” Mode with Photographer Nour El Refai (Part 2)

Filed in Pro Photographers, Products by on August 28, 2013 0 Comments
“Walking Light” Mode with Photographer Nour El Refai (Part 2)

Editor’s note: As promised, here is part two of our story with photographer Nour El Refai and his CompuDay Photo 250 backpack. These images capture Nour’s style of street photography and his camera kit reflects a more stealthy way to grab scenes impromptu. Enjoy the imagery and pick up a tip or two from Nour’s […]

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“Extreme Packing” Mode with Photographer Nour El Refai (Part 1)

Filed in Pro Photographers, Products by on August 27, 2013 0 Comments
“Extreme Packing” Mode with Photographer Nour El Refai (Part 1)

Editor’s note: Nour El Refai is an architectural and documentary photographer based in Cairo, Egypt. He has a degree in Architecture from Cairo University, creates commercial and editorial imagery for clients in architecture and interior design, and teaches photography at various cultural and art centers, as well as universities throughout the Middle East. Lowepro happens […]

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Part 2, Behind the Scenes in Moab: Patrick Cobb and Photo Sport 200 AW

Filed in Americas/U.S., Products, Reviews, True Stories by on August 14, 2013 0 Comments
Part 2, Behind the Scenes in Moab: Patrick Cobb and Photo Sport 200 AW

Editor’s note: As promised, we are pleased to share imagery and Lowepro bag impressions from a photographer our design team met on a recent trip to Moab, Utah. You get a feeling for Patrick Cobb’s work right at his home page. An ethereal image from Shiprock, New Mexico paired with a quote from Edward Abbey […]

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Behind the Scenes in Moab, Utah with the Lowepro Design Team

Filed in Americas/U.S., Products, Travel Stories, True Stories by on August 8, 2013 0 Comments
Behind the Scenes in Moab, Utah with the Lowepro Design Team

Editor’s note: Two of our adventurous and always-curious designers took advantage of a visit to the Summer Outdoor Retailer show in Salt Lake City, Utah to make a side trip to Moab. Luis and Ryan headed out to canyon country armed with the new DryZone duffle and backpack (waterproof, but also dirt, dust and sand-proof) […]

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Colin Prior talks about mountains, tilt & shift lenses and Rover Pro AW

Colin Prior talks about mountains, tilt & shift lenses and Rover Pro AW

Editor’s note: Colin Prior is back from his first trip to the Karakoram mountain range that borders Pakistan, India and China. On this leg of his four-year Karakoram Project (you can read more about it in our April 17 blog post), Colin captured stunning photography of this singular region. He shares a few images here, […]

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