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TechWeLike | October 25, 2014

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Camera Protection Never Looked So Good, with Epiphanie Bags! - TechWeLike

It’s summer time and with the season comes many moments you want to capture. As a photographer myself, I always have my professional camera on me but the one issue I find is staying in style while doing so. I dislike the how regular camera bags clash with, well pretty much everything but flannel shirts and torn up jeans.

The Solution: Epiphanie Bags Their motto: Liberating Stylish Women From The Man Bag

There are currently five styles of bags offered by the designer, Maile, on her website: http://www.epiphaniebags.com/#/shop/ and they come in the regular black as well as several fun colors. Also an added benefits is when you’re not toting around your camera the padded inserts inside can come out for work use or trips.

The bag shown is the Clover ($184.99), which is water-resistant, high quality synthetic leather. Interior crafted with extra padding for maximum equipment protection. Velcro panels can be adjusted and moved to any position for maximum customization and flexibility. Removable cross-body strap with padding for extra support. Two exterior pockets, one with zipper . Zipper top closure, with one zippered interior pocket. BAG CAN HOLD: 1 15″ Macbook pro with battery cord,1 camera body with lens attached,1 long lens, 2 extra lenses, wallet, keys, cell phone, and other miscellaneous personal items.

I do like best that the bag is water-resistant, during summer you never know who’s going to throw the water balloon or tag you via a water gun just to be cute. Also the ability to wipe down that ice cream spill or chocolate fingers is great especially if you have little ones around.

There are 4 other styles with assorted colors, you check out more at :www.epiphaniebags.com

Also look up the designer Maile, she’s an accomplish photographer herself. She is a re-current guest on the local morning show, San Antonio Living. And she is also a regular contributor at www.shuttersisters.com; a collaborative blog geared toward promoting photography and creativity among women.

Now get out there and shoot, in style.

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