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PhotoPantz Unveils Pants for Women Photographers at Imaging USA - PPA Today

PhotoPantz Unveils Pants for Women Photographers at Imaging USA

Instead of fumbling to find a CF card during the wedding ceremony, grab one seamlessly from a zip pocket on your hip with PhotoPantz, a women's professional photography pant. These pants will make their grand appearance at this year's Imaging USA. Swing by booth #1603 in New Orleans at the Ernest N. Morial convention center from Jan 15-17 to grab a pair.

Women photographers love PhotoPantz because they offer a combination of style and a myriad of easy access pockets. They are sleek, fitted black pants with a high waist, covering all your assets - even when you're kneeling low for the perfect shot.

As a wedding photographer on the go, these designer pants match the flow of your day. In addition to a zip pocket on your hip, you have front and rear pockets for hands, lipstick, lens caps or lens cloths, a cell phone pocket on the side of one thigh and a business card pocket on the other.  Imagine never having to fumble in your bag again to supply a vendor a business card?

The pants range from size 2-18 and come in two different fabric choices for summer and winter. All pants will be on display and available to try onsite at Imaging USA 2012.

"PhotoPantz solves the ever-lasting problem for wedding photographers,'What should I wear?' and makes it easy to have access to important items throughout the day and look great while you're doing it" says Wendy Roe, an Oregon wedding photographer.

PhotoPantz was founded in 2010 by Washington based wedding and portrait photographer, Julie Watts and is the first ever shooting pant designed especially for women photographers.

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