Tag: DryZone

Guest blog with Chris Bray: How to Capture Birds in Flight on Alaska’s St. Paul Island

Guest blog with Chris Bray: How to Capture Birds in Flight on Alaska’s St. Paul Island

Editor’s note: Chris Bray is an award-winning, Australian Geographic photographer with a knack for simplifying and explaining photography. Heading to Antarctica in 2008, he put together his first course, and now hundreds of workshops later, his highly acclaimed ‘1 Day Photography Courses’ have enlightened thousands, and his company has expanded to produce and host small-group […]

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The DryZone series goes coastal on Tomales Bay with Blue Waters Kayaking

Filed in Americas/U.S., Environment, Products, Reviews, Travel Stories by on February 19, 2014 0 Comments
The DryZone series goes coastal on Tomales Bay with Blue Waters Kayaking

Editor’s note: Tomales Bay is a long inlet that forms the eastern boundary of Point Reyes National Seashore – and it’s not too far from our offices in Northern California. It’s also home to oyster farms, shorebirds, ducks, harbor seals, fisherman, sailors and the expert guides and naturalists of Blue Waters Kayaking. Dallas Smith and […]

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Surfer Magazine + GoPro Teams Out and About with the DryZone in Mexico

Filed in Pro Photographers, Products by on September 19, 2013 0 Comments
Surfer Magazine + GoPro Teams Out and About with the DryZone in Mexico

Grant Ellis of Surfer Magazine sent in these colorful shots of our new DryZone roll-top waterproof bags, courtesy of GoPro’s head of media Brad Schmidt. A few folks from Surfer Magazine joined a few folks from GoPro on recent surf trip to Mexico (the 60 Minutes film crew even came along to cover one of […]

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Behind the Scenes in Moab, Utah with the Lowepro Design Team

Filed in Americas/U.S., Products, Travel Stories, True Stories by on August 8, 2013 0 Comments
Behind the Scenes in Moab, Utah with the Lowepro Design Team

Editor’s note: Two of our adventurous and always-curious designers took advantage of a visit to the Summer Outdoor Retailer show in Salt Lake City, Utah to make a side trip to Moab. Luis and Ryan headed out to canyon country armed with the new DryZone duffle and backpack (waterproof, but also dirt, dust and sand-proof) […]

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DryZone Waterproof Camera Bags Keep Gear Safe on a Trip to Baja

Filed in Americas/U.S., Pro Photographers, Products, Reviews by on June 18, 2013 0 Comments
DryZone Waterproof Camera Bags Keep Gear Safe on a Trip to Baja

A few people from the creative team at Surfer Magazine took our new DryZone bags down to a remote area of Baja (we’re not disclosing the spot to honor the surfer’s code of privacy!). Their assignment: to “chase a South Swell” for an upcoming profile on Santa Cruz pro surfer Josh Mulcoy. Photo editor Grant […]

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Really Waterproof. DryZone and pro photographer Craig Pulsifer.

Filed in Pro Photographers, Products by on July 3, 2012 0 Comments
Really Waterproof. DryZone and pro photographer Craig Pulsifer.

The DryZone 200 is the world’s first waterproof camera backpack of its kind. Built to protect gear in some of the most challenging situations, it provides a watertight and feature-filled carrying solution. A patented and fully watertight TIZIP™ EasySeal zipper and sealed seams serve to protect camera gear—even during complete immersion. That means no worries […]

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Modern Day Renaissance Man

Filed in Pro Photographers by on May 16, 2011 0 Comments
Modern Day Renaissance Man

When we first met Kike Calvo at Photo Plus Expo last October, one of the things that really stood out was his boundless enthusiasm. As we’ve come to know him a bit better, we’ve noticed there are a lot of facets to him — and his photography. Born in Spain, Kike now splits his time […]

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