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Deep Freeze

Filed in Pro Photographers, True Stories by on March 1, 2011 0 Comments
Deep Freeze

Loweprofessional photographer Chris McLennan is about to embark on yet another adventure — one we will be following closely over the next 15-20 days. Last year, Chris photographed portions of the 2010 Iditarod Race, capturing stunning images of solitary sledders and their dog teams gliding through the frozen wilderness. This year, he has upped the […]

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Meet Stephen Dupont

Filed in Pro Photographers, Products by on February 25, 2011 0 Comments
Meet Stephen Dupont

Australian photographer Stephen Dupont, a long-time Lowepro Featured Photographer, has recently updated his protective carrying systems to respond to both changing equipment, and the opportunities for smaller lighter solutions. Stephen, co-founder of Australia’s Reportage Festival in 1999, and an award-winning photojournalist in the World Press Photo Awards, has authored four books, and produced a number […]

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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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Arctic Cat vs. Cirrus TLZ

Filed in Products, True Stories by on February 7, 2011 2 Comments
Arctic Cat vs. Cirrus TLZ

We get lots of stories from our customers about their experiences out in the real world. This one came from Brad Lung up in Canada — in his words, “a wicked story” about one of our smaller bags. Brad and his buddy Sheldon were up in Northern Sashkachewan for some snowmobiling and ice fishing — […]

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Bag Within a Bag

Filed in Products by on February 2, 2011 2 Comments
Bag Within a Bag

When I’m on the road, I often use the “bag within a bag” approach to carrying a camera so I can keep a low profile in urban settings. This is particularly important when exploring parts of a city that I’m not familiar with. In this situation, I’ll work with a smaller camera, such as an […]

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Rain, Rain — Go Away

Filed in Products by on January 27, 2011 0 Comments
Rain, Rain — Go Away

Here at Lowepro, our primary mission is to protect your camera and other delicate equipment. We want you to be able to forget about your gear and concentrate on getting the shot. So all of the materials we use for the exterior of our bags are water-resistant. Even so, we know that there will be times when you’re […]

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