Pro Photographers

Profile of Eric Meola

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Profile of Eric Meola

He is called a “master of color” for good reason. Rangefinder magazine referred to Eric Meola as one of a “handful of color photographers who are true innovators”. His work is informed by writers, painters, musicians and the desire to create visual metaphors with his imagery—whether intimate portraits, unique landscapes or color-saturated abstracts. As a […]

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Recap of Brad Wrobleski Webinar

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Recap of Brad Wrobleski Webinar

We’d like to thank our friend and Loweprofessional Brad Wrobleski for his Skiing, Trekking and Climbing Photography webinar. Brad likes to get way out there with his camera gear, his unique POV—and of course—his favorite Lowepro bags. We’ll provide a short recap here. And for those of you who missed this event, or want to […]

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Why Chris McLennan Likes His Flipside 500 AW

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Why Chris McLennan Likes His Flipside 500 AW

Pro shooter Chris McLennan has been using one of the commemorative Flipside 500 AW bags for some time now. So when we launched the “I love the extra capacity and depth that the FlipSide 500 gives me. This makes it perfect for the Canon “one” series camera body and a range of lenses – yet […]

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Behind the Design of the Flipside 500 AW

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Behind the Design of the Flipside 500 AW

Editor’s note: Our friend and Loweprofessional Nick Didlick is a photographer, photo consultant and web designer who has tested and worked with our bags for many years. We relied on his expertise when we began the concept of our Flipside 500 AW in 2008. The Olympic Winter Games seemed like an ideal venue to test […]

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Profile of Andy Katz

Filed in Pro Photographers by on February 23, 2012 0 Comments
Profile of Andy Katz

He admits to chasing classmates—with camera in tow—around the playground as early as the third grade. Now Andy Katz chases adventures in places like Eastern Europe, India, Africa and the wine country of California (still with camera in tow). He’s published more than 12 books and has photographs showcased in museums, private collections and galleries—including […]

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Keeping Up with Pro Shooter Andy Katz

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Keeping Up with Pro Shooter Andy Katz

Photographers on the go need to stay organized without missing a step. I recently spent a morning trying to keep up with pro shooter Andy Katz while he moved from task to task. When he first arrived at his studio in Healdsburg, CA, he had his trusty Pro Roller x100 filled with gear from a […]

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Profile of John Paul Caponigro

Filed in Pro Photographers by on February 9, 2012 1 Comment
Profile of John Paul Caponigro

“You cannot go to Antarctica and return unchanged.” John Paul Caponigro posted that on his blog after one of his recent workshop adventures. When you see his stirring imagery of this remote landscape, you’ll understand what he means. John Paul is an internationally renowned fine artist whose work has been purchased by collections as diverse […]

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