Vernon Bryant was shooting a Lakers vs. Mavericks game recently, and decided to try some interesting remote camera triggering. With a Magic Arm, a reflection-blocking mask, and a PocketWizard, Bryant mounted the entire assembly on the back side of an official NBA backboard. Firing two cameras simultaneously, he was able to get two very different angles of a professional basketball game at the same time. Check out his story on the Dallas News site, where he provides behind the scenes photos, plus examples of photos capturing the same instance from different angles.
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