Digital Photography One on One Video Tutorials

DP 1on1 E009 – Choosing a camera bag

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In this episode of Digital Photography One on One, Mark Wallace [SnapFactory.com] goes over some great options for carrying your camera and lighting equipment.

Question Answered:
1) What camera bag should I buy?

Bonus material:

Chase Jarvis Tech: Packing Photography Gear:
blog/2007/11/chase-jarvis-tech-packing-photography.html

LowePro bags and gear:
http://www.lowepro.com/

LowePro product finder, great for finding a bag that’s right for you:
http://products.lowepro.com/Catalog/ProductSearch.aspx

Quantum flash systems:
http://www.qtm.com

Really Right Stuff Wedding Pro Flash Bracket:
http://reallyrightstuff.com/flash/04.html


Digital Photography One on One is a video question and answer tutorial format from SnapFactory.com and StudioLighting.net. You can submit questions for us to tackle on the show by contacting us.

We’d love to hear what you think of this video tutorial format. Be sure to stop by the LightSource Flickr group and tell us what you think.

Visit SnapFactory.com to learn more about Mark Wallace and his educational workshops on photography and studio lighting.


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