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Lowepro Newsletter Issue #4 - October 2011



Issue: # 3 

October 2011
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New Backpacks, More Webinars,
Your Feedback Wanted!


Things are moving at an exciting pace since we sent our last newsletter.
We launched a new multimedia backpack based on one of our award-winning designs and insights from photographers like you. Read below for the highlights of our new DSLR Video Fastpack AW series and watch the newest video review of it from pro shooter Max Morse.
The response to our first-ever webinar was fantastic-so much so, we're planning to host more in the months just ahead. Make sure you sign up now and reserve your spot before they book up!
Are you heading to Photo Plus Expo in New York? Be sure to stop by the Lowepro booth (#1119) and say hello! If you can't make it, we'll be showing daily video recaps on our website so check in for updates.

We take your opinions very seriously and value your feedback. So we've put together a short survey to help us serve you even better. Share your thoughts and get a chance to win a free Lowepro bag. It's fast and easy.
Read on and enjoy. We hope you like what you see.
DSLR Video Fastpack
DSLR Video Fastpack AW

Lowepro is proud to announce an expansion to our top-selling and award-winning Fastpack line with the release of the DSLR Video Fastpack AW series. This flexible, dual-compartment backpack is expressly designed for fast-moving multimedia photographers who rely on a diverse set-up of equipment to help them capture and deliver rich content.

There are three models within the series and they are each have a purpose-built design for multimedia photographers who need to move quickly and efficiently with their gear.
DSLR Video Fastpack 350 AW 
DSLR Video Fastpack 350 AW  

Fits: Pro DSLR with attached lens (up to 70-200mm f/2.8); 2 extra lenses; pro flash or LED light; headphones; microphone; extra audio gear; up to a 17" laptop; tripod or DSLR video rig

Pro DSLR (without grip) with attached lens (up to 24-70mm f/2.8); 2 extra lenses; 1 pro flash or LED light; headphones; microphone; extra audio gear; up to a 15" laptop; tripod or DSLR video rig

Pro DSLR (without grip) with attached lens (up to 17-55mm f/2.8); 1 extra lens; 1 flash or LED light; headphones; microphone; extra audio gear; 13" laptop; tripod or DSLR video rig
DSLR Video Fastpack AW Series  


Jack Atley

Introducing one of our newest Loweprofessional partners: pro shooter Jack Atley from Australia. His honors are many and include the 2011 Moran Contemporary Open Section First Prize, Australian Press Photographer of the Year Award and Top 10 Finalist in The Sony World Photography Awards. Atley shoots every topic you can imagine-from portraits of dignitaries to World Cup races.


His latest gig is very exciting. He's the Official Photographer for one of the world's most recognizable, architectural gems: The Sydney Opera House.
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Last month we featured a webinar on Getting Organized Using Lowepro and Lightroom featuring photographer, Seth Resnick. Did you miss the webinar? Or want to hear it again? Click here for a full recording! 


This month, not only do we have a great webinar featuring world-renowned photographer Jack Atley, we're also scheduling webinars monthly.



Jack Atley
© Jack Atley

Multi-award winning photographer Jack Atley talks about setting yourself up for success, taking risks and doing the opposite. See his award winning photography and get a better understanding how Jack's working style has led him to a successful photography career.    

Wednesday, October 19, 2011 4:00 PM PDT; 7PM EDT


Wednesday, October 19, 2011 8:00 PM PDT; 11PM EDT  




Rick Sammon 

© Rick Sammon

On-Location Portrait Photography With Rick Sammon  
"The camera looks both ways, in picturing the subject we are also picturing a part of ourselves." That's Rick Sammon's advice when it comes to people photography. In other words, the mood, emotion, feeling, energy and so that you project during a photo session is reflected in the subject's face - and eyes. In still other words: we are mirrors.


In this webinar, Rick illustrates, with his pictures from around the globe, the importance keeping that quote in mind.
Thursday, November 17, 2011 12:00 PM PST

Stay tuned for more webinars coming up in December and beyond. 



The neutral gray interior of many Lowepro bags can be used to correct white balance during post production of your photographs. Just peel back a flap on your bag, shoot the gray area in the same lighting as your subject, then use the white balance eye dropper from your favorite image editor to correct the color tone. Works great!

-Derrick Story, Lowepro Photography Evangelist  
Let us know by answering three short questions and you could win a Lowepro bag of your choice. Get started now! 

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. 




The Lowepro Team 


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