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Do-Gooders: Adventure Photographer Trevor Clark Documents Doctor-Kayaker Jessie Stone in Uganda

Filed in Pro Photographers, True Stories by on August 20, 2012 0 Comments
Do-Gooders: Adventure Photographer Trevor Clark Documents Doctor-Kayaker Jessie Stone in Uganda

Editor’s note: Trevor Clark is a professional photographer, adventure sports athlete and passionate observer of life. Jessie Stone is a doctor-turned-whitewater-kayaker, member of the USA Freestyle Kayak Team and passionate agent of positive change. Trevor was inspired to tell Jessie’s story of building and running a clinic that treats patients for malaria and provides outreach […]

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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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Tour of California

Filed in Pro Photographers, True Stories by on May 16, 2012 0 Comments
Tour of California

Photographers Doug Pensinger and Ezra Shaw, both of Getty Images, made a stop at the Lowepro offices on their way to shoot Stage 1 of the Tour of California. It was a great for all of us to meet these photographers and better understand their needs as they shoot some of the most challenging images […]

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Notes from a Blogger & Foodie Photographer

Filed in Products, True Stories by on April 30, 2012 0 Comments
Notes from a Blogger & Foodie Photographer

Editor’s note: She’s an ultra-engaged, frequently booked photographer who also writes, blogs, explores and approaches each new project with her creative POV. Sustainability and urban food systems are of particular interest to Berkeley-based Simone Anne. She recently field tested our new Urban Photo Sling (and is the featured photographer in our campaign!) and has these […]

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Adding an iPad to Your Urban Photography

Filed in True Stories by on March 26, 2012 0 Comments
Adding an iPad to Your Urban Photography

Street shooting is a passion of mine, and I’ve never enjoyed it more than I do today. The convergence of mobile devices, social networking, and a plethora of coffee shops have created a fluid working environment. Using these tools, I can shoot photos, upload them to an iPad, edit my favorite images, publish them online, […]

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Send Us Your Photos

Filed in Products, True Stories by on March 15, 2012 2 Comments
Send Us Your Photos

According to Ansel Adams, “There are always two people in every picture: the photographer and the viewer”. This symbiotic relationship inspires us to design thoughtful, useful and inventive bags for everyone from hardworking pros to eager enthusiasts. We have great respect for those who get out in the world and create pictures. When you take […]

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Behind the Design of the Flipside 500 AW

Filed in Pro Photographers, Products, True Stories by on March 1, 2012 27 Comments
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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