1. Whoops! I Should Have Caught That!


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    When shooting with a second light, you up the ante just a bit on the complexity of the shoot. It's not rocket science but you and your assistant need to keep your "wits about you" when shooting with that second light so you don't potentially ruin your image with badly falling shadows. Hit the PLAY button to see what I'm talking about.

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    • Supercharge Your Portable Speedlites


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      Have you ever been shooting with your flashes out doors and just wished they could put out a bit more power? Heck, I shoot with a 150 w.s. Quantum and still wish for more power out of the Quantum. Here is the deal – I’m outdoors shooting with, not with my Quantum flash, but instead with my shoe mount speedlites. Because they are smaller and more portable, I sometimes prefer shooting with them instead of carrying the larger strobes around. When I make that choice to use the less powerful speedlites, I do give up a lot of flash fire power for my outdoor shooting. Is there any way to boost the power when using my smaller speedlites? The answer is a resounding YES! Want to see how I can easily double the output of my shoe mount speedlites – Hit the PLAY button below and enjoy the show!

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      • TriCoast DVD Trailer


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        This trailer features highlights from the new TriCoast Photography 2-disc DVD set that teaches you Off-Camera Flash Photography, the TriCoast way! Order the disc at: http://bit.ly/tricoastdvd

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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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          • Tiny Trigger Winner Video - SmugMug


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            Thank you SmugMug for sponsoring this event and we had so much fun doing this contest. Congratulation to the lucky winner. Please contact zabrina@scottrobertworkshop.com to claim the prizes. For videos and tutorials on how to use Off-Camera Flash - www.tinytriggers.info For Scott Robert San Francisco Photography School info- Come learn 7 Deadly lighting Technique - www.scottrobertworkshop.com For making your photos looking better, sell prints, store your photos online - www.smugmug.com

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            • Off-Camera Flash presented by SWMCC


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              An off-camera lighting presentation that I gave to the Southwest Missouri Camera club (SWMCC) in June 2010. The presentation attempts to cram everything I know about off-camera lighting into about an hour and a half, so it covers a lot quickly. Most of the stuff presented was learned from: http://www.strobist.com http://www.learntolight.com http://www.zackarias.com If it wasn't for the likes of people such as David Hobby, Zack Arias, Don Giannatti, Joe McNally and may others I wouldn't have a clue about this stuff. I owe them a lot, and this is my little way of giving back to the community. Please let me know if you have any questions. SWMCC website: http://swmocameraclub.org/

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              • MiniTT1 & FlexTT5 - First Look with the Pros: Hanson Fong


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                Learn more at http://www.pocketwizard.com/inspirations/profiles/behindthescenes_hansonfong/ Hanson Fong of San Francisco, California, is globally recognized as one of the premier wedding and portrait photographers in the industry today. With over 30 years of experience, Hanson has earned the photographic degree of Master of Photography and Photographic Craftsman. He is also a member of the prestigious and world-reknowned Society of XXV and Canons Explorers of Light. Hansons photographic experience and educational credentials are unsurpassed. As an award-winning wedding photographer and instructor, Hanson is on the cutting edge of photography. His work sets the standard for wedding photography around the world. During the WPPI show in Las Vegas, Hanson spent part of the day shooting with the new MiniTT1 Transmitter and FlexTT5 Transceiver.

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                • MiniTT1 & FlexTT5 - First Look with the Pros: Charles Maring


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                  Learn more at http://www.pocketwizard.com/inspirations/profiles/behindthe_scenes_charlesmaring/ Legends behind the lens Charles and Jennifer Maring [http://maringphoto.com] photograph a limited number of weddings each year all over the world, based primarily by referral. Among the most awarded photographers in the world, their style has received international acclaim and has gained a celebrity following with portrait and wedding commissions by such notables as Donald and Melania Trump, Tom Clancy, Star Jones, David Tutera and even Walt Disney World for their most lavish events, among others.

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                  • Trigger Happy Budget Flashes


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                    I wasn't supposed to be the regular shooter for this event, but I still couldn't resist getting out there and "playing" just a bit with my camera. My plan was to use two Canon 580 EX2 flashes for lighting - one on the camera and the other positioned high up the staircase leading to the balcony. At the higher ISO I was planning to shoot, I thought the shoe mount strobes would work just fine. I decided to use the little radio transmitter/receiver combo Kerry Garrison of CameraDoJo.com had recommended to me and sent me to try. I have to say, they worked like a charm. How about I show you what I was up too and the results I was getting with my super portable setup. Hit the PLAY button below and enjoy the show.

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                    • Color Inc's School of Photography 3/22/2011 Presents Ali Hohn


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                      Learn how to become Off Camera Flash savvy! Join Ali as she explores her passion for photography and shares her experience discovering and mastering Off Camera Flash. From valuable tips on posing to important lighting techniques and essential equipment, Ali will perform a LIVE demonstration on how to be successful using Off Camera Flash!

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