VIDEO: Dane Sanders on the PocketWizard Plus III

A new video has been posted featuring photographer Dane Sanders. Known for his photographic education almost as much as he’s known for his photography, Sanders walks viewers through a simple outdoor portrait session utilizing the PocketWizard Plus III.

Sanders demonstrates how he can control multiple light sources all from the Plus III radio trigger on top of his camera, all without having to walk to different lighting rigs. The video ends with sample photos Sanders shot, along with camera settings and lights used for every single one.

The commitment Sanders makes to photography education and social media is well-known. Novice and established shooters can learn from his online resources and presence. To see more of Dane Sanders work, please check out his site and the following media:

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Dane Sanders | Fast Track Photographer | Photography Business Coaching for the Fast Track…
Dane Sanders | Facebook
Dane Sanders on Vimeo
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[Business] Dane Sanders Talks Creativity With Trey Ratcliff | Fstoppers

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2 Responses to “VIDEO: Dane Sanders on the PocketWizard Plus III”

  1. Steve says:

    New to photography,

    Can you set the strength/compensation of the individual individual flashes that you used in your setup from the pocket wizard without having to either going into the menu on the camera or the strobe/flash or does it depend on the individual strobe/flash (from different manufacturer)you are using? While it is nice to be able to control the trigger of the individual flashes/strobes on or off from the PW III I would think being able to vary the strength of those multiple flashes all from from one location (i.e. the PW III) would be even more convenient.

    Thank you,

    • Ron Egatz says:

      Hi Stephen,
      The Plus-series radio triggers, including the Plus III, transmit a simple trigger signal. The big draw of the Plus III is the great price and amazing amount of features including Quad Zone triggering and 32 channels. If you are looking to control the power of the flash and are shooting Canon or Nikon cameras, the PocketWizard ControlTL MiniTT1 and FlexTT5 with accessory AC3 ZoneController is the system you are looking for. Turning a dial on the AC3 gets you +/-3 stops in auto for three flashes (A,B,C), or manual power level control. Pretty amazing stuff. Visit and check out the ControlTL system.