Profile of John Paul Caponigro

“You cannot go to Antarctica and return unchanged.” John Paul Caponigro posted that on his blog after one of his recent workshop adventures. When you see his stirring imagery of this remote landscape, you’ll understand what he means. John Paul is an internationally renowned fine artist whose work has been purchased by collections as diverse as Princeton University, Estée Lauder, and the Smithsonian.

A contributing editor to Digital Photo Pro and a columnist for the Huffington Post, he is the author of Adobe Photoshop Master Class and the DVD series R/Evolution. His Antarctica Project is a multifaceted endeavor which includes photography, travel, workshops, exhibits, publication and raising awareness. Read our in-depth profile of John Paul Caponigro and get inspired by this imagery ambassador and Loweprofessional.

Katrina Neill

About Katrina Neill

Katrina was the Senior Editor & Communications Manager for Lowepro.

One Comment

  • Marcus says:

    Great webinar – enjoyed it!

    I’m still struggling with a fundamental point. Having a rolling bag you do not need to check is a great idea and several fit the size requirement.

    However, the carry on limit for an economy passenger on most airlines is 7kg or approximately 15lbs in old money.

    How on earth can we travelling photographers comply with that weight limit? A Nikon D3s and 70-200 alone weigh over 3kg, not allowing for the weight of the bag itself or any other lenses, spare bodies etc.

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