Posts Tagged ‘wireless flash’

Control Flash Power Wirelessly with PocketWizard Tech Inside New Sekonic L-478 Series Light Meters

PocketWizard is proud to announce its wireless power control technology can be found inside Sekonic’s new L-478DR touchscreen light meter.

Announced today by Sekonic, the LITEMASTER PRO L-478DR and L-478D are the world’s first and only dedicated color touchscreen light meters.

Ideal for all types of storytellers, the L-478 series offers light measurement and control for photographers and filmmakers alike, plus additional wireless flash triggering and power control in the L-478DR model.

Whether it’s filmmaking or photography, great storytellers use light as a main character and as a method to define the mood, focus and setting. Having a tool that allows you total control over dynamic range and multiple light sources make you confident about the craft while focusing on the art.

Just a few of the groundbreaking features of this new series include:

  • The world’s first touchscreen light meter
  • The world’s first touchscreen cine meter
  • Wireless triggering (L-478DR only)
  • Wireless flash power control (L-478DR only)
  • Enhanced HD cine and cine features

Learn more about the LITEMASTER PRO L-478DR and L-478D and see the future is just a finger touch away.

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PocketWizard at High Cascades Photo Workshop

If you want to be a snowboard photographer, there is no better place in the world then High Cascades Photo Workshop, held on the slopes of Mt. Hood July 28th to August 2nd.

This year PocketWizard teamed up with the camp to hold the first ever PocketWizard/High Cascades Photo Competition where students submitted their best shot from the weeks photo sessions. The top two images won a pair of PocketWizards.

Jon Herre’s image of a rider on a backlit rail 


©Jon Herre

and Kevin Heitczman’s fill light hand plant top the prizes this year.


 ©Kevin Heitczman

A few more photos are here.

Special Thanks to Kevin English at High Cascades and Trevor Graves at Nemo Design.

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A Day at the Beach

Photographer Randall Grant photographed Jessica Gomez on location using PocketWizard at the Dead Sea in Israel for Sports Illustrated’s 2008 Swimsuit Edition.

Links: SI website, Photos from this shoot

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Mark Wallace’s "Digital Photography One on One" Video Tutorials

Check out Mark Wallace of SnapFactory.com‘s informative video on how to set up a PocketWizard system:

Read more: http://www.studiolighting.net/category/photography-video-tutorials/

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