Novel uses for a Lowepro camera bag

Wolf Kettler | September 9th, 2009 - 12:36
Kaspar on my Lowepro bag by Wolf Kettler

Kaspar on my Lowepro bag by Wolf Kettler

This is Kaspar, one of the three black & white kittens, who have been living with us since the middle of June. The other two are called Camillo and Domino.

Kaspar says that the feel of the bag is sensuous and the quality of the finish is exquisit. I am glad to say that the build quality of my Lowepro bag is durable enough to survive Kaspar. Not only that – my camera equipment inside is perfectly protected from those retractable knives a.k.a. claws.

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3 Responses to “Novel uses for a Lowepro camera bag”

  1. Wolf Kettler says:

    Congratulations (thank you), my idea is what ????

  2. cubrikaska says:

    Felicito, su idea es Гєtil

  3. Geoff says:

    Hallo Wolf
    What a marvellous photograph of Kaspar.
    There is no doubt that a Black and White image is still the most powerful. I am lucky in that I have a collection of cameras: I use a digital Leica D – Lux 3 for my everyday ‘record’ photography, but still like to compose the picture properly and use the Leica manual controls for depth of field and exposure.
    For real pleasure, I use a Roll-Film camera and Black and White film. I use a Paterson Tank to develop the negatives and then Photoshop Elements to produce either prints or jpgs for the Internet.
    This has to be the best of both worlds!
    Keep up the good work,
    Geoff.

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