New ~ PW TTL for Canon creative day in Bristol

Sep 9, 2009 | Flash, Location, News | 4 comments

Getting creative with off camera flash is very rewarding when you are in control.

Getting creative with off camera flash is very rewarding when you are in control. I'll be showing just how to work with colour at this new creative workshop.

Here at last is the first of our creative days for users of Pocket Wizard TTL triggers for Speedlights. Learn how to harness the increased power of high speed flash sync and how to work without line of sight syncing in one of the most striking locations in the world.

I used an umbrella with a Speedlight triggered with the Flex and Mini combo for this shot. 1/320th at my beloved f/4

I used an umbrella with a Speedlight triggered with the Flex and Mini combo for this shot. 1/320th second at my beloved f/4 ISO 200. I used my 70-200mm f/2.8 lens at 200mm on my Canon 5Dmk11.

Customers who have purchased Pocket Wizard TTL products from Lovegrove Consulting have been sent voucher codes by email worth £170 redeemable against this event.

If you want to take advantage of the Lovegrove super discount offer simply buy two PW TTL units from us here and we’ll send you discount codes worth £170.

More details of the workshop can be found here

4 Comments

  1. Joe H.

    Excellent Information!

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  2. DaveT

    Damien,

    Nice shots and I can see the potential of the PW’s for shallow depth of field when there is a lot of light around. I particularly like the second shot.

    I was wondering what the implications would be for using the PWs in foreign countries. I do some stock shooting when I travel in other countries and can see the distinct advantage of not requiring line of site to an STE2. But I am not sure what sort of problems I would encounter with radio triggered devices.

    Have you any advice on this?

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  3. damien

    Hi Nic, It’s Manchester in the first shot and the location for the second shot is the disused railway bridge near the Create centre in Bristol. 200m from the Cumberland basin. Close ;)

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  4. Nic

    Nice shots. Would that be under Cumberland Basin in the first shot? Looks familiar to me!

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