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The Great Mountainsmith Bag Give Away From Flying With Fish!

Web: www.fishfoto.com — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 26/6/2008 – The Great Mountainsmith Bag Give Away From Flying With Fish! As a photographer I have relied on Mountainsmith bags to carry my gear for years. I currently use five Mountainsmith products on a regular basis (well really six, since I have two Mountainsmith Tour packs). I have been…

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The Mountainsmith Correspondent : A Versatile, Rugged, Do-It-All, General Purpose Rolling Camera Bag

Web: www.stevenfrischling.com — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 23/6/2008 – The Mountainsmith Correspondent : A Versatile, Rugged, Do-It-All, General Purpose Rolling Camera Bag For years I have used and trusted the Mountainsmith Tour pack as my ‘do it all’ shooting bag. Having used the Mountainsmith Tour waist pack as a versatile multi-purpose platform, as well as the Tour’s…

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The Mountainsmith Day – The Hit The Ground Running Micro-Location Day Bag

Web: www.fishfotoworldwide.com — E-Mail: fish@fishfoto.com 26/03/2008 – The Mountainsmith Day – The Hit The Ground Running Micro-Location Day Bag One of the biggest challenges I face in my travel logistics is trying to pack as much as I can into the smallest, lightest, most mobile kit available to me. Every job is different, every job…

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Revisiting Flying With Film 101 : The Do’s and Don’ts

There has been a recent resurgence in film photography, maybe it is Kodak’s bankruptcy that has reminded serious photographers, and long time shooters, that shooting film is fun and a medium that is worth preserving … or maybe it is just that those of us who have been shooting digital for a really long time…

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Timbuk2’s Subtle Camera Bag : The Snoop

I hate camera bags … no, that isn’t true. I have been involved in the design process for two camera bags for the legendary Domke company, I have designed a photo insert for Mountainsmith bags and played a significant role in designing a compact camera bag for Mountainsmith. My collection of camera bags has caused…

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The iPad 3G, Travel and the Ying & Yang of Packing

As a frequent traveller I take many factors into consideration when I choose what to pack. Not all tools are equal for some jobs, sometimes a tool can be left home, and as the options for potential tools grow, the line between “must have” and “leave behind” are becoming blurred. A year ago I never…

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Orbis Ring Flash – The Travelling Photographers Ring Light Solution

Ring lights are both fun and functional tool for photographers. Ring lights are great for macro work, creating even light when shooting still life images as well as producing flattering light (or really funky light) when shooting portraits. While many think of ring lights as a tool for nature and fashion photographers, I know countless…

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Travel Essentials – iDC UBoat Commander (for DSLR Video Photogs)

While I am just starting to embrace shooting video as a photographer, something that translated very clearly from still shooting to video shooting was the need for functional tools. While researching the equipment I needed to transition into shooting DSLR-Video I looked at more than a dozen shooting rigs that provided a multi-functional stable platform.…

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The Flying With Fish Timbuk2 Marina Bag Giveaway…The Winner Is…

Web: www.twitter.com/flyingwithfish — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 23/072009 – The Flying With Fish Timbuk2 Marina Bag Giveaway…The Winner Is… Last week Flying With Fish kicked off a contest for a Timbuk2 Marina laptop bag giveaway in this post: 16/07/2009 – Flying With Fish’s Timbuk2 Bag Give Away Contest! You Know You Want To Enter… The Timbuk2 Marina…

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Flying With Film 101 : The Do’s and Don’ts

Web: www.stevenfrischling.com — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 8/06/2009 – Flying With Film 101 : The Do’s and Don’ts Surprisingly the number of photographers flying with film is on the rise. With this resurgence of photographers tossing film into their bags and hitting the road there is one clear and obvious concern regarding the safety of their images.…

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