Adventure Photography Camera Bags by Clik Elite

Carolyn Guild (1951-2015)

Clik Elite Immortal: Carolyn Guild “We remember images that we want to remember. The reason why we want to remember an image varies: because we simply “love it,” or dislike it so intensely that it becomes compulsive, or because it has made us realize something about ourselves, or has brought about some slight change in us. Perhaps the reader can recall some image, after the seeing of which, he has never been quite the same.” — Minor White  (1908-1976)   Clik Elite mourns the loss of Carolyn Guild who chose trails leading towards eternal and lasting significance in... Read More

Globell Deutschland Press Release!

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My Unconventional Trip to Yosemite

 Written By Alex Chamberlain I finally got to Yosemite. Ansel Adams shot there, kinda put the tunnel view on the map, photographically speaking, and basically helped America fall in love with the place. “So wait,” you might ask, “you’re a landscape photographer, and you’ve never been to Yosemite?” That’s what I’m telling you. Only, now I have been, and it was a spur-of-the-moment, last-minute, crazy-under-prepared kind of embarrassing story that I’m still having a little trouble deciding whether or not should actually get put out there for the public to discover. Whoops,... Read More

Behind The Shot– 100 Miles High

By Fredrik Marmsater- I’ve always approached shooting the Hardrock 100 to convey what the racers are going through – the massive vertical, intense terrain and the immense beauty that the course dishes out. The Hardrock covers 100 miles and 33000 vertical feet of climbing through the San Juans in southern Colorado – all while staying above 10000 ft for the vast majority of the race. Soaring peaks, deep valleys, flowering meadows, waterfalls and roaring creeks, snowfields, loose scree, intense electrical storms are all part of the norm and as the runners tackle the course. Inspiring to... Read More

Photokina Press Release: Clik Elite Climbs to New Heights at 2014 Show

Clik Elite Sales Manager Carson Young, and Clik Elite Immortal Jim Speth traveled to Germany for Photokina in September. In partnership with Globell Deutschland (Clik Elite German Distributor) the Photokina Show was a great success. They also hosted a special event for the press to go climbing while trying out the new Luminous and Stratus packs. PRESS RELEASE FROM GLOBELL DEUTSCHLAND: Weltpremiere der neuen Clik Elite Outdoor-Fotorucksäcke„Luminous“ und „Stratus“ auf der Photokina 2014 Neue Modelle der Outdoor-Fotorucksäcke „Luminous“ mit kompakter Optik sowie modular... Read More

Light Packing for Summer Photo Shoots

With summer upon us, now is the time most people are traveling and wanting to take photos of the scenic places they are visiting. Lets face it camera gear can get heavy, and before you know it you have a camera body a tripod and 2 lenses because of that just in case scenario you’ll end up needing the 70-200 but you most likely will just keep shooting with the 50mm. So before you head out the door for your summer photo shoots in 90 degree weather with a 40 pound pack on your back we asked our Elite Immortals to give their tips on packing light for summer photo shoots. Here are... Read More

Globell Deutschland and Clik Elite has great showing at Photo + Adventure in Duisburg

Photo + Adventure Show in Duisburg was a great success. Clik Elite sales manager Carson Young attended the show with German Distributor Globell Deutschland. Held in Austria since 2004, this show attracted over 20,000 attendees in 2013. This year the event was held in Germany for the first time and we were privileged to be there. Carson Young said ” I feel the show was a just what Clik Elite needed in the European market, availability for our products has been limited in Europe for years, but now with Globell, the full line will be available and much easier to access. Photography has... Read More

TRAVEL PHOTOGRAPHY: Light, Location & Lenses

Where do I go to get the best shot of…? When do I go to get that shot? These questions have troubled travelers and photographers for years. Travel photography is more available and affordable than ever. Great travel photography boils down to three things: Light, Location and Lenses. In the following short paragraphs I will share with you the prime basics I have learned over the last 30 years of travel photography. Since the early 1980’s I have traveled to over 160 countries—yes, there are that many and still more to go!  Light. Without it GREAT photography is difficult—even with the... Read More

Why the Clik Elite Pro-Express was the perfect bag for this occasion.

I’m one of those people who will try to carry too many grocery sacks from the car to the kitchen table in order to save myself a trip. As a consequence, I’m also one of those people who drops the eggs a lot. Oddly enough, it’s usually only after I’m cleaning yolk off the garage floor that I realize I was acting stupidly. Saving the extra trip back to the car just seemed so. . . worth it, at the time. For some reason, there’s a drive inside of me that hates to leave something behind. I get eggs for $2 a dozen, so as wasteful and ridiculous as my little problem is, its never really... Read More

Clik Elite Camera Body and Lens Wraps

As a working photojournalist and adventure photographer, I cannot emphasize how imperative it is to have both the ability to protect my equipment while on the move, but for the gear I use to protect it to be ergonomic and adaptable to the type of work I do. This is to say that it must not be cumbersome and it must give me rapid access to my camera equipment when I need it because the difference sometimes for me between getting the shot and missing it, is being ready when it happens. Clik Elite Adventure Packs have been a staple in my work process and flow for years now and in the last year I... Read More

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