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Lowepro Newsletter Issue #6 - January 2012

 


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January 2012
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Happy New Year!

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January is a great time of year to get inspired, clean out closets, review upcoming expenses, and even tackle that messy garage. But what about your camera gear? Let us help you get organized for the New Year!

Award winning photographer, Mary Ellen Mark talks about her work and her upcoming book, Prom.

This month, we are working with Nik Software to bring you a very exciting webinar! Sign up today!

Read on and enjoy. We hope you like what you see.
GETTING ORGANIZED FOR THE NEW YEAR
Every January 1, we make resolutions for ourselves. This year, how about we resolve together to get our camera gear organized?

Over time we tend to collect lenses and other accessories. How are you storing them? On shelves where they're exposed to dust? In various camera bags? Desk drawers?

One of the best systems for protecting your equipment in an organized manner is with a roller bag. You can create compartments for each item, with everything clearly visible when you open the bag.


Pro Roller x200When it's time to go on a shoot, you can select the pieces you need and put them in your favorite backpack or shoulder sling. And if it's a big assignment, just take the entire roller with you. If you review the options on the Lowepro Pro Roller x-Series page, you'll see that there are a variety of sizes to accommodate the amount of equipment you use.

  

Rollers are easy to store. They don't take up much room, even in the tightest quarters. Yet, you have bodies, lenses, flashes, and other accessories readily available... and protected. While you're organizing the rest of your life in this New Year, consider treating yourself to a sturdy, efficient, and handsome roller bag. What a great way to start 2012. 

Lowepro Pro Roller x-Series 
Lowepro Pro Roller x-Series
Photographer Holly Stewart uses the Pro Roller x200 as her mobile studio

Mary ellen mark: The world in Black and white  

© Mary Ellen Mark
Mary Ellen Mark is a legend of contemporary documentary photography. Her list of credentials is a bit beyond amazing: more than 50 awards; more than 100 solo exhibitions; 17 published books, plus the upcoming book and film Prom, launching in spring of 2012; and more than 60 permanent collections-from The Library of Congress to The Hague Museum of Photography.

 

Her evocative and humanistic images inspire fine art photography collectors, museum curators, fellow artists, workshop students and lovers of photography-including us. Read our profile on Mary Ellen Mark and enjoy a closer look at more of her intriguing work.

More Webinars   

Over the next few months, we have some pretty exciting webinars.  

 

JANUARY

This month, co-Sponsored by Nik Software, we are featuring photographer, Ed Heaton as he talks about Creating the Extraordinary and which Lowepro products help him get there.   

 

Ed Heaton Webinar  

 

FEBRUARY 

On February 1 at 11AM PST/2PM EST, internationally renowned fine artist and photographer John Paul Caponigro will be speaking on The Art of Traveling. John Paul Caponigro will discuss how he prepares for making the most of a photographic adventure - both physically (there's an art to packing) and mentally (research, goal setting, and journalling). Sign up today!   

 

John Paul Caponigro
© John Paul Caponigro
 

MARCH

On March 7 at 11AM PST/2PM EST, Brad Wrobleski, Canadian adventure photographer, will be speaking on Climbing, Trekking and Skiing Photography. He'll go over details of what you need for each sport so you get the photographs you want. Sign up now!  

Brad Wrobleski
© Brad Wrobleski

 

Be sure to check in to see all our upcoming and previously recorded webinars. 

recap from CES  

Check out our video recap of CES 2012 and get a taste for what's new in tech...and at Lowepro! 

PHOTOGRAPHERS TIP: ALL WEATHER COVER™
Lowepro's patented, built-in All Weather AW Cover™ not only helps protect your bag from rain and snow, it can help keep black bags from heating up in sunny conditions. Just pull out the cover to reflect light and help keep those image sensors a bit cooler.

-Derrick Story, Lowepro Photography Evangelist  

Our trek started in a small Colorado garage over 40 years ago. Since then, we've been traveling the world on the backs and shoulders of the best photographers on the planet. We've learned. We've innovated. We've become a leader.

 

We're looking forward to sharing this journey with you. 

 

Sincerely,

 

The Lowepro Team 

   







 


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