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Ambassador Ed Heaton

Ed Heaton

"I absolutely love my OP/TECH USA straps and have them on all of my cameras! They are rock solid when it comes to comfort and dependability. I mainly use a large bodied Nikon Pro camera with various lenses and I never worry about fatigue or my strap slipping off my shoulder when carrying my camera on those long days in the field or about town. I teach photography workshops and I always recommend the OP/TECH USA straps to my clients! Not only are the straps outstanding, the other products that OP/TECH USA produces are as well. I use an extra large snoot boot on my tripod head to protect it from bumps and scrapes, not to mention dirt, and after many years the head still looks brand new!"

"I absolutely love my OP/TECH USA straps and have them on all of my cameras!"

Ed Heaton

Ed is an award-winning, internationally published full-time professional master landscape photographer / creative mentor / educator and lecturer residing in Chester County, Pennsylvania. He’s been hailed by Outdoor Photographer Magazine as a "Landscape Master." For the past 15 years, he’s been teaching workshops, seminars and classes, which truly reflect his passion for education and the art of photography.

Visit his site www.edheaton.com to see his schedule of Creative Composition Workshops.


Learning to capture light will make extraordinary images from ordinary subjects

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Photos from Ed Heaton

Oneida Falls  - Photo by Ed Heaton
Lancaster County Sunset over an Amish Farm - Photo by Ed Heaton
Gas lantern on Rainbow Row of Charleston, SC - Photo by Ed Heaton
Sunrise at Clingmans Dome - Photo by Ed Heaton
Sheldon Church Ruins  - Photo by Ed Heaton
falls along the road to Cherokee - Photo by Ed Heaton
Sheldon Church Ruins - Photo by Ed Heaton
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