Think Tank Photo is Comprised of Professional Photographers and Designers
Think Tank Photo Releases the Cavernous Urban Disguise 70 Pro Shoulder Bag
Concentrating on learning the ways photographers work, and creating unique new
equipment transporting solutions to take care of their needs. They have been concentrating on "quickness" and "user convenience," Think Tank
allows photographers to Be prepared "Before The Moment," letting them capture historic instances that mirror their personal imaginations and
artistic abilities. A few companies, only care about the end product. With Think Tank, it's way more than that: It's about helping
photographers going about their jobs. If they create products that assist photographers in easier travel, take pictures quicker, and keep their
gear organized more effectively, then they've created an accomplishment further than the bags themselves.
From a product design point of view, they believe that immediate and unfiltered correspondence between the product designers and photographers is significant, with no others in the middle, such as product managers, marketing and sales people. Furthermore, there's no politics. To borrow a term from from the PC software industry, they have an "open source" point of view, which implies that they permit individuals from outside the organization to influence their design direction. They have created an organization structure that takes photographers into account to directly discuss their needs specifically with the designers taking out the typical political issues that are
associated with product design.
The motivation behind why they believe Speed and Accessibility is the most significant design element is that photography is about taking pictures. In the event that you are utilizing a carrying system that obstructs your capability to take pictures, then it has failed you. For instance, photographers that wear a backpack throughout the day may remove it to get to their equipment ten or more times. Nonetheless, after a little while get burnt out of this and quit changing lenses and quit taking photos. This is the reason modular belt systems are so effective, furthermore why there is a distinction between "active shooting mode" versus "storage and transportation mode."
They're fixated on the details, what they call "The Last 3%." This is on account of these details are the distinction between an average and a brilliant product. As product designers, they are compelled to add every feature that photographers want, which is the reason they originated their "No Compromise" philosophy.
Furthermore, in particular, they thank the photographers and visual journalists that keep on encouraging them, have confidence in our vision and company mission