How To Choose A Backpack Photo

How To Choose A Backpack Photo


The camera equipment is both cumbersome that precious: on average a photographer is equipped with one or two cameras, two or three different lenses, a couple of flashes, remote controls, filters, batteries and other items that make a footprint problem no small matter, especially when you have to go outside for a photo shoot. It is in these cases that the photo backpack makes its appearance, faithful friend but especially custodian of equipment thousands of euro.

Contrary to what many photographers, the photo backpack is something that you should never save. It is a critical component of our kit and must meet four key parameters: Robustness Convenience Safety Capacity

Backpack photo: the Robustness

A backpack should be sturdy Without compromise. The camera equipment that you bring with you can not take chances. Robust means great belts and with more attacks, well finished, the structure. Possibly tear-proof. But above all padding and frame well done. The frame in particular must be able to absorb shocks without jeopardizing the content of the photo backpack itself.

Backpack photo: practicality

The photo backpack is the traveling companion of a photographer. And for most of the time it is on his shoulders. Pick one then that there overdrive too, that there is a brush, which is not cumbersome for your body and which is also easy to wear and remove. It ‘important that you are comfortable with the pack, mainly because your back may be affected. The best thing is to go to a specialty shop and try the different types in order to identify the one that best fits your body shape.

Backpack photo: security

One photo backpack should be safe. In the sense that it must never drop anything from it accidentally. When you open the pack you need to do it safely, without having to be alert to the possibility that some goals will slip off from your position to fall to the ground.
A very interesting solution is given by backpacks (shoulder species) that can be reversed (ie moved forward using the strap on the shoulder) forward and accessed from the top without removing it from his shoulders.

With regard to safety rather general, pay close attention to the inner Backpack: must be total and soft. No rigid part that could damage the contents of the backpack itself, and especially the outer part must be sufficiently elastic (thick) such as to ensure a good protection against impacts.

There are also backpacks “on the contrary”, or backpacks that do not open outward but inward: to access the content must first togliervelo off. It is a solution very uncomfortable, but very very useful to be on the safe from theft street, those with dexterity.

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