To be a photographer is to lose lens caps. They slide under stacks of paper and get kicked across floors. But armed with a shampoo bottle, an X-acto knife, and this guide, you can make your lens caps stay put. The simple system involves attaching a plastic hook to your camera strap and an elastic hoop to your lens cap. Then, instead of being tossed aside or slid thoughtlessly into a pocket, the lens cap stays hooked onto your rig, easily accessed, at all times.
Anyone who has taken their camera out on a trip and leant over a gaping precipice to get the perfect shot understands the annoyance of losing that precious lens cap. We've looked at various ways you can avoid this including re-purpo... Read Post
If you have a camera with a lens cap, then you know well the lengths you have to go through in order to make sure that you don’t lose the cap. My solution is usually to put it in my back pocket, but I’m always afraid I’m going to b... Read Post