Tag: Pro Photographer

Guest blog: Nour el Refai preps for an Aswan workshop with his Lowepro bag

Guest blog: Nour el Refai preps for an Aswan workshop with his Lowepro bag

Editor’s note: Check out this amazing guest blog from Nour el Refai, an architectural and documentary photographer from Cairo. His blog is filled with beautiful images and helpful instruction on prepping for a workshop and packing a DSLR Video Fastpack 150 AW. And he shares his documentary video, “Nubians and the Nile”, to impart a […]

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Profile of photographer Ian Spanier: Telling Stories and Playing with Light

Filed in Americas/U.S., Ask a Pro, Pro Photographers, Products by on October 23, 2013 1 Comment
Profile of photographer Ian Spanier: Telling Stories and Playing with Light

Editor’s note: Right now, Ian Spanier is in Uruguay shooting for a client. A few weeks ago he worked an MTV shoot for season three of “Snooki & Jwoww”. Just before that, he created all images for a ready-to-wear look book. Based in New York, but ready and able to shoot anywhere in the world, […]

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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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My “Go To” Portrait Bag

Filed in Products by on September 30, 2012 0 Comments
My “Go To” Portrait Bag

When I’m considering what bag to bring out on a shoot there are many factors that come into play. The most important, of course, is what I am shooting and what gear I need to bring. Beyond that, I need a bag that performs. When shooting portrait photography, fumbling for gear or wasting time looking […]

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Behind the Design: Outdoor Photographer Michael Clark and the Rover Pro AW

Filed in Pro Photographers, Products, Reviews by on September 18, 2012 0 Comments
Behind the Design: Outdoor Photographer Michael Clark and the Rover Pro AW

Internationally published outdoor photographer Michael Clark works in all kinds of extremes. He carries his valuable gear on countless assignments and ‘tortures’ it in some of the roughest conditions one can imagine. He took our Toploader Pro AW to Patagonia some time back and braved frigid conditions, rocky terrain and wild weather in order to […]

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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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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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