Making Radio Waves, 2 August 2013

Welcome to the first edition of PocketWizard’s Making Radio Waves roundup. As we come across interesting shoots utilizing PocketWizard technology, we’ll be putting them together in a series of posts, featuring links to the original sources where you can learn more about the shots, the shooter, and the gear. We hope you enjoy this, and look forward to you sending us any content you think might be appropriate.


Chris Garrison
Chris Garrison recently created some outstanding environmental portraits of Pat Panakos, the mastermind behind the Projects wake park. His blog post features some of the images, meta data, gear list, a useful lighting diagram, and a great video. Chris used PocketWizard Plus III Transceivers and the PocketWizard PowerST4 Receiver for Elinchrom RX.


Ian Coble
Ian Coble has posted details about a Crossfit photo shoot he completed in Seattle.Utilizing the MiniTT1 and FlexTT5 for Nikon, Coble triggered his Elinchrom Rangers at HyperSync® speeds.


Chase Jarvis
PetaPixel has run a fun story about Chase Jarvis getting an outrageous dream to come true. Using PocketWizard Plus II radio triggers, Jarvis got Samsung to sponsor his dream shoot of floating amid a group of colored clouds. Using a Canon 7D, Canon 5D Mark III, Nikon D4, Sony FS700,  nine GoPros, a gang of technicians, and goggles, Jarvis was soon able to appear suspended before multicolored clouds worthy of any children’s book. Watch the behind-the-scenes video to see how the shot was put together.


Scott Wyden Kivowitz
Scott Wyden Kivowitz put up a post on his blog about PocketWizard radio triggers. A brief story, Scott covers why he relies on PocketWizard for portrait, product, and interior photography. He provides a list of eight reasons he recommends PocketWizard radios, and comments on their reliability. Don’t miss his post, or the how-to feature we did on a corporate portrait session of his.


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