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A Passion for Photography, Travels in Montana and the Pro Roller x100

Filed in Americas/U.S., Products, Travel Stories, True Stories by on July 26, 2013 0 Comments
A Passion for Photography, Travels in Montana and the Pro Roller x100

Our colleague Joanne is the human resources manager during the week and, as she says, a “photographer by passion” in her free time. She is the winner of the 2009 USA Today/DiscoverAmerica.com “Picture USA” national photo contest. And her images can be found in private homes and galleries in Northern California. She recently returned from […]

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Just for Fun – Terraclime Padfolio Giveaway

Filed in Environment by on July 23, 2013 69 Comments
Just for Fun – Terraclime Padfolio Giveaway

Last week when I posted this picture of my “collector’s edition” Lowepro Terraclime Padfolio, many readers wanted to know where they could get one too. Well, you can’t buy ‘em unless you find one on eBay or craigslist. But guess what? I have 6 more of them stashed away. And I’m willing to part with […]

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Lots of People Interest NY Photographer Tony Gale

Filed in Americas/U.S., Ask a Pro, Pro Photographers by on July 17, 2013 0 Comments
Lots of People Interest NY Photographer Tony Gale

You could say that award-winning photographer Tony Gale truly immerses himself in his work. Heck, in life! He shoots for clients such as Bank of America, McGraw Hill, Phoenix House, State Farm and Foundation for the National Archives (among many others). He teaches his craft at Parsons The New School for Design. And he runs […]

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New Urban Backpack Fits the Pace of Chicago Photographer Brad Snyder

Filed in Americas/U.S., Products by on July 16, 2013 2 Comments
New Urban Backpack Fits the Pace of Chicago Photographer Brad Snyder

Our new Transit Backpack 350 AW was designed to fit the pace of the city with its fast access, flexible organization, comfortable harness system and modern profile. And those features suited the needs of attorney and part-time portrait photographer Brad Snyder from Chicago. Brad was looking for a solution that would fit his camera, lenses, […]

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Photographer Florian Wagner Embarks on “Adventure Germany”

Photographer Florian Wagner Embarks on “Adventure Germany”

Editor’s note: Florian Wagner is a photographer, paragliding instructor and helicopter pilot and incredibly adventurous individual based in Munich, Germany. His imagery focuses on wildlife, outdoor sports and the environment. Florian’s work has been featured in publications such as “National Geographic”, “Stern”, “Playboy”, “GQ” and “Focus”. He is also an appointed Leica ambassador and carries […]

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Easily Attached: the Dashpoint 30 Camera Pouch

Filed in Products by on July 3, 2013 0 Comments
Easily Attached: the Dashpoint 30 Camera Pouch

What do we call a rugged yet lightweight camera pouch that fits a mirrorless/CSC or GoPro®, is nicely padded for protection from impact, plus includes an awesome attachment system? Dashpoint 30. Here’s how the versatile t-Lock™ attachment system works on this design. Horizontal flaps (each with hook/loop fasteners) and vertical webbing (also with hook/loop) help […]

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Alternate Packing for the Lowepro Transit Sling 250 AW

Filed in Products by on June 25, 2013 1 Comment
Alternate Packing for the Lowepro Transit Sling 250 AW

I covered earlier how to pack the Transit Sling 250 AW for Micro Four Thirds, but this versatile bag can also be quickly reconfigured to accommodate a DSLR kit. Here’s the way that configuration looks. Lowepro calls this the UltraFlex Fit System. By folding down the center divider and revealing the DSLR cutout, you can […]

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