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Rachid Dahnoun talks about the new Photo Sport Pro 30L AW

Rachid Dahnoun talks about the new Photo Sport Pro 30L AW

Outdoor adventure photographer Rachid Dahnoun tested out our new photo daypack: the Photo Sport Pro 30L AW. What does he like about it? Big lens capacity. Hydration-ready. Comfortable fit for treks on uneven terrain.  But we’ll stop there and let you see and hear for yourself. We spent a few days with him in the […]

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Profile of Colin Prior and the Karokoram Project

Profile of Colin Prior and the Karokoram Project

Editor’s note: Big vistas. Big peaks. Big adventures. Eminent landscape photographer Colin Prior is drawn to all three. Colin Prior is a fellow of the Royal Photographic Society, a founding member of the International League of Conservation Photographers and spends much of his life seeking out the edges of the world.  And in May, his […]

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Bladder or Bottle? How do you carry your water on the trail?

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Bladder or Bottle? How do you carry your water on the trail?

With so many current Lowepro bags featuring hydration-ready pockets, have you considered using a reservoir instead of a water bottle when on the trail? Each has their advantages. But here’s the way it often works out for me. For longer hikes, I typically pack the CamelBak UnBottle Insulated Reservoir (100 fl. oz.) because it provides […]

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Not One, but Two Tablets, in the Photo Hatchback 16L AW

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Not One, but Two Tablets, in the Photo Hatchback 16L AW

One of my favorite bang-around backpacks is the Photo Hatchback 16L AW. It holds my camera gear in a removable protective case, looks stylish, and is very comfortable. Another reason why I love this bag is that it will protect both of my iPads: the iPad 3 (full size) and iPad mini. The front padded […]

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Unbelievable Story: Photo Pack Cushions a Fall for Robert Frase

Filed in Americas/U.S., Products, True Stories by on March 19, 2013 2 Comments
Unbelievable Story: Photo Pack Cushions a Fall for Robert Frase

Editor’s note: For many shooters, the best light is the first morning light. So it was for Robert Frase, enthusiast photographer and member of the Fort Worth Camera Club in Texas. Robert and a close-knit group of photographer friends often meet and shoot in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. One pre-dawn morning this January, he drove […]

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Acclaimed Wedding Photographer Brett Florens Prepares for WPPI

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Acclaimed Wedding Photographer Brett Florens Prepares for WPPI

Editor’s note: Lots of brides-to-be say ‘I do’ – as in, I do want you to document my wedding – to internationally acclaimed South African photographer Brett Florens. He enjoys a highly successful career in wedding, commercial and fashion photography. And his editorial portrait work includes sessions with famous South African personalities such as Desmond […]

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Powerful imagery, the Rio Grande del Norte & a backcountry pack

Filed in Americas/U.S., Environment, Products, True Stories by on March 5, 2013 0 Comments
Powerful imagery, the Rio Grande del Norte & a backcountry pack

Editor’s note on March 22, 2013: We have an update and a cool video from Josh to share today. Check out the Trout Unlimited blog. Watch Joshua’s video of Jose “Gia” Mondragon and the Rio Grande del Norte to learn more about these conversation efforts and the connection to place. What kind of bag does […]

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