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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    • bounce flash photography - the black foamie thing

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      A video demonstration of the technique where I use a simple piece of black foam to flag the light from my on-camera flash, to get studio quality light. http://neilvn.com/tangents/video-using-the-black-foamie-thing/ http://neilvn.com/tangents/about/black-foamie-thing/

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      • Kenny Belaey Photoshoot

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        A photoshoot with Red Bull athlete Kenny Belaey from Belgium - filmed by Graeme Simpson

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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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          • Using a camera flash

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            An introduction to using a flash on your dslr camera

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            • Timberland PRO Coal Mine Photo Shoot - Behind The Scenes

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              Timberland asked Tyler Stableford Photography + Film to showcase how tough their new line of PRO workboots are. We put the boots on real workmen in an active coal mine 2,500 feet underground. Check out this behind-the-scenes video to see it unfold.

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              • AC9 AlienBees Adapter and PowerST4 Receiver for Elinchrom

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                Mark Wallace walks you through using the AC9 AlienBees Adapter with the ControlTL® system and your AlienBees or White Lightning flash. Additionally, Mark walks you through using the PowerST4 Receiver with your Elinchrom RX flash and the ControlTL System.

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                • HYPERNOVA - "SINNERS" - THE MAKING OF

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                  Stop Motion Music Video Shot with Pro 8a Air Strobes 16,000 Still Photographs and Razor-Sharp Lighting Critical Success Factors Richard Patterson produced and directed a music video about Iranian rock band “Hypernova” using strobes instead of continuous lighting. "Sinners" by Hypernova is a fluid stop-motion video created by Producer, Director and Director of Photography Richard Patterson. The video is unique in that it’s composed of 16,000 individual photographs. Scenes were lit with up to ten (10) state-of-the-art Profoto Pro 8a Air flash packs with Profoto Light Modifiers as principal light sources. The camera was a Canon 1D Mark III camera shooting at 10 FPS and a PRO Steadicam rig utilizing a RedRock Micro DSLR camera support system. “We chose the Profoto Pro 8a Air generators because of their incredibly short recycle time, short flash duration, and consistent color temperature,” says Patterson, “and the fact that this strobe could keep up with the 1D Mark III at 10 fps for 45 seconds intervals. This extraordinary capability aided in creating the unique fluid motion of the video. The high output also illuminated the large factory that serves as the video’s principal location.” Pro 8a Air lighting packs were used along with Profoto Light Modifiers (Strip Banks, Light Sticks, Zoom & Magnum Reflectors, ProGlobes, and an 11-foot Giant Reflector). The packs were synchronized using the new Profoto Air Remote. This allowed Patterson to adjust each light individually or all ten packs at once. One to two flash heads were connected to each pack. T stops (F stops) ranged from 2.8 – 4.5 to maintain shallow depth of field. The Canon 1D Mark III was chosen because it’s the fastest Canon camera on the market that would take advantage of the speed of the Profoto Pro 8a. The file size compression was set to medium jpeg. This setting allowed for 45 seconds of continuous shooting before the buffer activated and provided a large enough file size to produce a 1940x1080 HD movie format. Lexar 300x 4 gig compact flash cards were used for their fast recording speed. Audio playback was used on each take and a cinema slate was used to indicate the verse and time code. Mike Isler provided all digital wrangling and technical advice on location. The RedRock Micro DSLR camera support system was used on top of a PRO Steadicam operated by Mike Fuchs. The Steadicam helped achieve the fluid cinematic look of the piece. The RedRock system provided stability to the camera setup and allowed for a Barteck follow-focus to be utilized. Primary shooting took place at River Clark Studios in Hoboken, NJ over 18 hours in late May 2009. The secondary elements and inserts were captured later in Miami using the Canon 1Ds Mark II and ProFoto Compact 600 WS lights. Marissa Adele provided the styling and aided in the creative direction of the visuals. Postproduction was a massive undertaking and supervised by NYC editor Christina Burchard and guided by colorist / photographer Ryan Enn Hughes of Toronto, ON. The images were organized and divided into individual takes using Photo Mechanic. Final Cut Pro was used to edit the movie sequences. Because the Canon 1D Mark III shoots 10 FPS, a XDCAM 1940x1080p of 30 frames per second was selected, ensuring that the individual photographs played back with fluidity once in the timeline. Compositing and Flame FX work was added before the final edited piece was graded using Final Cut Color in Canada. Equipment: - Lighting: ProAir 8a Air / ProFoto light modifiers - Camera: Canon 1D MarkIII, 1Ds Mark II & Canon 5D Mark II (BTS) - RedRock Micro DSLR setup - Lexar Compact Flash Cards - PRO Steadicam rig - Apple Mac Pro towers & Apple Cinema Displays - Final Cut Pro - Final Cut Color Crew and Cast Band – HYPERNOVA: myspace.com/hypernova Producer, Director, Director of Photography – Richard Patterson Lighting Design Director – Cliff Hausner Creative Director & Stylist – Marissa Adele Editor – Christina Burchard Steadicam Operator – Michael Fuchs Tech Advisor – Mike Isler Colorist – Ryan Enn Hughes Flame Artist – Abdullah al Mamun Compositor – Susan Cox 1st AC – Marcos Herrera 2nd AC – Peter Lau BTS Camera A – Ab Sesay BTS Camera B – Maria Gonzales Location Manager – River Clark PA – Nadiah Hamzah PA – Sasha Hofmann Dancer – Kimberly Giannelli Dancer – Leila Dilmaghani Video Sponsors: ProFoto Lighting – Profoto.com/ RedRock Micro – redrockmicro.com/ Canon, USA – usa.canon.com/home Livebooks, Inc – livebooks.com/ To view the original and behind-the-scenes video please visit www.Profoto.com For more info on the Pro 8a Air and Profoto product line visit www.Profoto.com.

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                  • One Speedlight, Multiple Looks

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                    http://robertharringtonstudios.wordpress.com/ Sponsored by Expoimaging and California Sunbounce Whether you are a complete beginner or a seasoned pro, join Bob Harrington for a speedlighting presentation. It doesn’t matter if you shoot portraits, weddings, fashion, events, high school seniors, or anything in between, you need to know how to control and direct light where you need it. Learn speedlight techniques that will enable you to manipulate light in any situation to create the images you want. You’ll learn how to achieve multiple lighting looks from basic to complex using just one light source and a few simple modifiers. Gear used for multiple Looks: * One Speedlight * California Sunbouce Micro Mini or Westcott 5-in-1 Circular Reflector * 2 Impact 42x72 or 2 Westcott 48x72 reflectors * That’s it!

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                    • PocketWizard MiniTT1® & FlexTT5® From the Beginning. Hosted by: Mark Wallace

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                      Join professional photographer Mark Wallace as he teaches you how to get your PocketWizard MiniTT1 & FlexTT5 out of the box and configured to your needs. Mark will show you how to set channels, explain the difference between ControlTL® and Standard channels, update your firmware and more. Mark will share his on-location checklist that helps identify and solve location issues before they happen. This webinar also includes a live 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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