Remote Cameras via PocketWizards

The Globe and Mail recently published a story by Kevin Van Paassen about remote camera triggering. Paassen gives a concise checklist of things you should keep in mind. They include safety issues, composing your framing beforehand, setting exposures, and setting the focus, among other things.

Check out the article for some great images and captions of how they were taken with remotely-fired cameras, and see what you can achieve with PocketWizards and a craftily-placed second camera. Informative piece, Globe and Mail. Great to see you share with your readers how your photographers are getting those great shots!

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2 Responses to “Remote Cameras via PocketWizards”

  1. James Dawson says:

    I’ve recently purchased the Mini TT1 and the Flex TT5. I love them! Now what I want to do is to be able to combine them with my Sekonic L-758DR Light Meter. Could you do a tutorial on how to set these up so I can trigger the Speedlite sitting on the Flex TT5 with the lightmeter?

    Many thanks
    James