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Think Tank Pro Team Feature: Ami Vitale

Think Tank Pro Team Feature: Ami Vitale

We're honored to collaborate with so many talented photographers on our Pro Team, and right at the top of the list has to be the incomparable, Ami Vitale. A Nikon Ambassador and National Geographic photographer, Ami has covered conflict zones and wildlife and environmental stories in more than 100 countries over the course of her career.  Story — National Geographic: Pandas Gone Wild   Story — National Geographic: The Last Goodbye   Story — National Geographic: Women of Impact   Recently, Ami founded the nonprofit, Vital Impacts, with visual journalist, Eileen Mignoni. This women-led non-profit provides financial assistance and amplifies...

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THINK TANK TRAVELER: THERESE IKNOIAN

THINK TANK TRAVELER: THERESE IKNOIAN

One of the best parts of designing Think Tank photo gear is seeing all the incredible corners of the globe our customers take their bags. Therese Iknoian's recent trip to Chernobyl is definitely one of those places, and we wanted to share her story and photography in this month's edition of Think Tank Traveler. Traveling the world is part of the job when you operate a travel blog. In partnership with my husband, Michael Hodgson, I run the award-winning blog HITravelTales.com, and we have been to some 50 countries and all 7 continents, being presented with unsurpassed travel photo oppurtunities....

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Urban Access 15 Backpack Review by Steve Vansak at Shotkit

Urban Access 15 Backpack Review by Steve Vansak at Shotkit

Sometimes gear reviews can read a bit like a pastor preaching to the choir.  It's the already converted nodding their heads and shouting amen as they hear the good news about the latest gear or product. That's why this review of our Urban Access 15 Backpack from Steve Vansak at Shotkit.com is so refreshing.  Steve says straight up in the review that he doesn't like photo backpacks.  So it's great to read how the Urban Access brought him around on the idea of two straps instead of one, and about how much he liked the pack's dual and rear panel...

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