Carryology has named the BackLight 26L Best Camera Bag of 2019, Professional Photographer has recognized the Stand Manager 52&Retrospective 7 V2.0 in their 2019 Hot Ones Awards, and Australian Photography has given the Gold Award to the BackLight Elite 45L
BackLight 26L Carryology - Best Camera Bag of 2019
"The pack’s well-considered combination of features makes it a versatile all-rounder for urban and outdoor photography alike. A bag that can accompany you on city excursions, outdoor hikes and more. All while ensuring your gear stays secure and protected, yet accessible when you need it. Bravo, MindShift Gear!"
BackLight Elite 45L Australian Photography - Gold Award
In honoring our BackLight Elite 45L, they wrote: "More than any other camera backpack I've used, it has the look, feel and features of a high-end hiking pack, yet retains the functionality of a well-designed camera bag."
Thank you to Carryology, Professional Photographer, and Austrailan Photography for recognizing Think Tank Photo and MindShift with these awards!
PRESS RELEASE HIGHLIGHTS
Think Tank Photo is proud to announce their products have been recognized with a series of prestigious awards. Carryology has named the BackLight 26L the Best Camera Bag of 2019, Professional Photographer has featured the Retrospective 7 V2.0 shoulder bag and Stand Manager 52 in their 2019 Hot Ones product recommendations, and Australian Photography has given their Gold Award to the BackLight Elite 45L .
These awards emphasize Think Tank's focus on quality, ingenuity, and innovation, and underscore their dedication to designing the best photography bags and products in the industry.
Photojournalist Patrick Farrell has joined the blog with his weekly feature, The Sunday Still. Farrell selects one image each week that showcases the best photojournalism by photojournalists from around the world. The feature runs weekly in The Sunday Long Read. The goal of the newsletter, edited by Don Van Natta Jr. and Jacob Feldman, is to put the week’s best journalism in your hands every Sunday morning.
Democratic presidential hopeful Joe Biden, who may be one of the few 76-year-olds on Snapchat, went social with the crowd after the debate July 31 in Detroit’s Fox Theatre. Shooting for CNN, photojournalist Gabriella Demczuk waited until after the speeches to photograph the candid moment, angling the image just right to get Biden’s face in the shot. Shooting photos of people taking photos typically isn’t news, but selfies have become too much a part of the political process to ignore.
Patrick Farrell, the curator of The Sunday Still, is the 2009 Pulitzer Prize-winner for Breaking News Photography for The Miami Herald, where he worked from 1987 to 2019. He is currently a Lecturer in the Department of Journalism and Media Management at the University of Miami School of Communication.