It's been said that an artist is only as good as her materials. How many times have you kicked yourself for forgetting your camera at home while you were out exploring a local park or new shops? It's a major dilemma for photographers and bloggers.
This week, I'm giving away the quintessential photographer bag from Emera, a collection of tote bags aimed at protecting your camera and offering you the best way to carry your goods while you are out on the go. Taking my camera with me while out on the weekend is a serious gamble. On the one hand, you are almost guaranteed to capture great moments. On the other, you are at a 50% chance of hurting your beloved camera. So what's a girl to do? Make sure you invest in an Emera bag. Specially created for photographers, the bag is a favorite among professional photographers because of its sturdy and strong form that protect your camera from daily hazards.
Let me count the reasons why I'm a fan of Emera totes:
- Loaded with seven padded compartments
- Can hold and protect expensive equipment – DSLR , several lenses, a laptop, cords and power supply gear.
- Keeps contents easily accessible – digging around here.
- Offers a netted zip-pocket for memory cards and small essentials.
- Safely stores outside pockets at each end for smartphones, keys, etc.
I bought my first Emera bag about three years and it is my go-to bag when I'm running around the city or on vacation. I never have to worry about my camera, and I never have to dig into my black-hole-of-a-purse for cords or battery chargers. Who knew a tote bag could offer peace of mind? Your lenses and gadgets are all safely nestled in Emera's padded walls and that is a major relief.
Well, thanks to Nathiya from Emera, one lucky winner will get to have her own Emera bag! All you have to do is:
1. Leave a comment below and tell me where you take your camera. To school? On vacation? While running errands?
2. Like IFB on Facebook
3. Be sure to leave a valid email address.
The Promotion is open only to legal residents of the 50 United States and the District of Columbia who are at least thirteen (13) years of age at the time of entry. A complete list of rules and regulations are located here.