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WPPI 2011 – Here we come…

Filed in Americas/U.S., Events, Pro Photographers by on February 18, 2011 0 Comments
WPPI 2011 – Here we come…

The 2011 WPPI tradeshow is right around the corner, and we are feverishly getting ready for all the festivities. We’ve got some exciting things we will be unveiling, so if your not able to attend in person, you’ll definitely want to stay tuned to our blog and our Facebook page. We are partnering with SanDisk […]

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What to do when your bag gets confiscated?

Filed in Pro Photographers by on February 15, 2011 0 Comments
What to do when your bag gets confiscated?

I received an interesting email from Lowepro photographer Julie Dermansky about her travels to Egypt to cover the transition from former president Mubarak to the new leadership. I thought you’d find her comments interesting on many levels. “I got to Cairo just in time for the key moment when Mubarak stepped down,” writes Julie. “Unfortunately […]

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Pro Trekker Among the Frozen Falls

Filed in Pro Photographers, Products by on January 21, 2011 0 Comments
Pro Trekker Among the Frozen Falls

Pro shooter Ed Heaton just sent us an update about his latest adventure in upstate PA. As you can see, the conditions were rather icy. Fortunately, Ed’s gear was protected in a Pro Trekker 400 AW backpack. Here’s what Ed had to say about the adventure. As a professional landscape photographer and workshop instructor, I […]

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The Incredible Lowe Brothers

Filed in Events, Pro Photographers by on January 19, 2011 3 Comments
The Incredible Lowe Brothers

Folks are often curious about Greg Lowe, the original founder of Lowepro. Is he a real person or just part of the corporate story?  And if he is real, what’s he up to these days? Greg Lowe is definitely a real person — and an amazing one at that. He is the ultimate entrepreneur, founder of […]

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It’s a Small World

Filed in Contests, Environment, Pro Photographers by on January 17, 2011 0 Comments
It’s a Small World

Imagine traveling all the way to Churchill, Canada — a tiny little town on the banks of the Hudson Bay, and finding connections almost every time you turn around. That’s exactly what happened on my trip there last November. In Winnipeg the  first night, I was having dinner and started talking with the two women seated […]

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Taking on the 365

Filed in Pro Photographers, United Kingdom by on December 3, 2010 2 Comments
Taking on the 365

With the UK already enjoying snowy conditions, many of us are spending time looking over the shots we have taken this past year and planning what to do next year. For those who really want to push themselves there is the now famous ‘365 Project‘. There are various connotations of this with dedicated websites and […]

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Muscle & Strength Building Products

Filed in Pro Photographers by on December 1, 2010 1 Comment
Muscle & Strength Building Products

Here at Lowepro, we celebrate photography — and photographers everywhere. The images we enjoy give us glimpses into worlds we would never have personal access to. But one thing we tend to forget is the personal cost many photographers pay for bringing us these photographs. This risk was dramatically driven home to us recently. On […]

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