1. The Future of Speedliting - Hands on with the 600EX-RT Speedlite & ST-E3-RT Transmitter


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    www.pixsylated.com - In part one of this two part series you will get a first look at the all new Canon 600EX-RT Speedlite and ST-E3-RT Transmitter. Stay tuned for part two and more in-depth tutorials about this amazing new gear!

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    • Off Camera Flash Meets Light Painting


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      This video documents a photographic experiment I did recently. 2 models, 1 makeup artist, 10 strobist photographers and me... a light painter. All images in this video are straight from the camera, none of them have even been opened in Photoshop

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      • Using High Speed Sync for Better Daylight Photos with Mark Wallace! (HD Version)


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        Join professional photographer Mark Wallace as he teaches you about using High Speed Sync and FP Sync with your PocketWizard Mini TT1 and FlexTT5. High Speed Sync allows you to shoot in bright sunlight with larger apertures for shallow depth-of-field. This is crucial information for people who shoot weddings, events or any outdoor situations with a flash where depth of field is key! Mark will show you what High Speed Sync is, how to turn it on, and how to use it to your advantage when shooting outside. Mark Wallace is a commercial fashion photographer based out of Phoenix, AZ who teaches workshops across the country. He is creator and host of the web-based video series "Digital Photography One on One" and "How'd They Do That?" sponsored by AdoramaTV

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        • Creating a Romantic Portrait on Location with Bobbi Lane


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          Spend an hour with guest photographer Bobbi Lane as she demonstrates the techniques used to create a conceptual image on location, a “romantic portrait”, perhaps as a gift from the bride to the groom. We’ll have Bobbi live in the studio where she can explain in detail the concept, the process, the tools and the final results to creating a beautiful image. Learn how Bobbi uses fill flash to open shadows and create a more pleasing light and skin tone. While on-camera flash can provide fill, the light sources are still small and often don’t provide a soft and effective illumination. Bobbi will take the flash off camera, using the PocketWizard MiniTT1® and FlexTT5® to create a more pleasing light.

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          • Exploring the PocketWizard Plus® III with Mark Wallace


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            Join Mark Wallace for this video seminar about the PocketWizard Plus® III Transceiver. The Plus® III has tons of new features, and Mark will be demonstrating some of his favorites. He’ll show how to use Quad-Zone Triggering to control multiple flashes – and cameras – in different zones. He will also talk about the new and improved TEST button with the Two-Stage Trigger that allows you to wake, focus and meter a remote camera before triggering. Mark will be teaching live from the studio, so get ready to see the Plus® III in action! Mark Wallace is a commercial fashion photographer based out of Phoenix, AZ who teaches workshops across the country. He is creator and host of the web-based video series "Digital Photography One on One" and "How'd They Do That?" sponsored by AdoramaTV.

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            • MiniTT1 & FlexTT5 From the Beginning with Mark Wallace


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              Professional photographer Mark Wallace teaches you how to get your PocketWizard MiniTT1 & FlexTT5 out of the box and configured to your needs. Mark shows you how to set channels, explains the difference between ControlTL® and Standard channels, shows you how to update your firmware and more. Mark shares his on-location checklist that helps identify and solve location issues before they happen. This webinar also includes a demonstration using multiple flashes in the studio. Mark Wallace is a commercial fashion photographer based out of Phoenix, AZ who teaches workshops across the country. He is creator and host of the web-based video series "Digital Photography One on One" and "How'd They Do That?" sponsored by AdoramaTV.

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              • Making of Nightmare


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                This is the first in a two part series that shows the making of an image that I call "Nightmare". It is a mixture of off-camera flash photography and light painting. You can read all about it in my blog http://brentbat.wordpress.com

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                • The Language of Light with Joe McNally- Trailer


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                  Introducing Joe McNally's first-ever instructional DVD, available now through Adorama. For more info, or to order the DVD, please visit: http://www.thelanguageoflightdvd.com For the past three decades, photographer Joe McNally has been documenting our times on assignment for publications like LIFE, Time, National Geographic, Sports Illustrated, and many others. Highly regarded as a master of light, both natural and artificial, Joe continues to create stunning imagery all over the world. Much sought after as a photographer, lecturer, and teacher, Joe educates and inspires shooters of all types--pros, hobbyists and beginners--with The Language of Light. In this DVD set, Joe shares almost 30 years worth of field knowledge, instruction, and philosophy about using light as a powerful tool of visual communication. He fully explores and explains different lighting techniques, and goes well beyond the "how" all the way through the "why," of using light. Small flash, hard light, soft light, light with color, light in the studio, and light on location are all dissected and explained. You see and hear all about the f-stops, shutter speeds, lenses and light shaping tools, and you are taken further into the reasons why a one lighting approach is better than another for certain scenes, faces or groups. All along the way, Joe offers tips, tricks and solutions that can only be gained from 30 years with a camera to your eye. Sit back, relax and enjoy as this legendary shooter takes you on a fast paced, humorous, and always informative journey about how to speak with light.

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                  • Wedding Day Daydreams


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                    The image featured in this tutorial is the lucky result of decent weather, a cool fall sky, and random geese flying by that allowed me to create a great image of the bride on her wedding day. That was only half the story though. Judicious use of Adobe’s ACR sliders and a Photoshop trick or two gave me the finished result. This tutorial will walk you through all the steps I took to first capture the image and then properly compose and light it. Then I’ll walk you through how I reviewed the images on the computer until I eventually chose the images to use in creating this bridal portrait. Also, I don’t use ACR very often, but I’ll show you the steps I took to get the image mostly where I wanted it before heading into Photoshop for a few final adjustments and additions. There’s lots of good information in this tutorial so I hope you enjoy it. Hit the PLAY button below and enjoy the show!

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                    • The Shadow Knows - How Shadows Can Help Or Hurt Your Images


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                      You know, shooting quickly at a wedding can sometimes get you in a little trouble. You're shooting away, rotate the camera 90 degrees for a few more shots, and then back to horizontal position for a lot more. You get back home, download the images, they look great. What, what's that - OH NO! It's the "UGLY" shadow rearing its ugly head nearly ruining the shot. Looks like ton's of Photoshoping to get things fixed. You guessed it, that's our topic for today - UGLY Shadows - How to avoid them and how to never have them never ruin your shots again. Hit the PLAY button below for the lesson for today.

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