Review: The Cecilia Camera Strap
Musée Magazine would first like to start off by thanking Cecilia for their contribution to the Instagram Takeover Competition! The success of our competition would not have been possible without the support and collaborative efforts from the Cecilia Gallery team.
We admire Cecilia's dedication to understated yet innovative design in their premier leather camera straps. Currently in the fifth generation of the family-run company, Cecilia continues its mission of “focusing on the needs of the modern photographer, providing accessories that are both durable and beautiful.” Made from hand-woven Peruvian wool, Cecilia straps are rated for a 250 pound resistance, ensuring that the size and weight of a DSLR does not limit the user’s photographic capabilities. As one Musée Magazine Photo Editor, Riley Ryan-Wood, testifies, “this is one of the most durable and aesthetically pleasing camera straps that I have used in quite some time.” Musée writer and photographer Malcolm Anderson, pictured in the photo above, takes it even one step further: “the Cecilia straps are not only comfortable and stylish, but almost an extension of the camera itself- which is what I admire and appreciate most in a camera strap!”
Here at Musée Magazine we pride ourselves on associating our brand with only the most reliable and effective products. We admire Cecilia for its meticulous craftsmanship and for the integrity of its products. In this way, Cecilia echoes our mission to empower emerging and established artists of the global photographic community. Be sure to check Cecilia out at http://www.shopcecilia.com/, and follow them on Instagram @ceciliagallery !
Article © Nyriis Hinton