1. The Easy Four Light Portrait Studio

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    Few things interrupt a portrait session more than having to stop in the middle of a great flow to add and subtract lights! Join host Joe Brady as he sets up a four light studio that can be controlled right from the top of a camera with the help of PocketWizard Plus® III radio triggers. Do you really need to have four lights available? For some shots, you may only want one light, and then perhaps add a hair-light or reflector. Having multiple lights in position gives you creative control to shape the light on your subject to produce a portrait with the feel, drama, shape and impact you are after. By creating a standard lighting set for your studio portraits, you save time and keep the flow of the shoot undisturbed as you concentrate on your subject. PocketWizard Plus III's give you the ability to add and subtract lights instantly without having to go on the set so you can maintain that flow. Watch this free session and see how easily a four light set can cover just about any portrait lighting need.

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    • Easy Off-Camera Flash for Wedding Photography with Cliff Mautner

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      Join us for this free webinar sponsored by PocketWizard as Cliff Mautner shares his powerful and easy-to-follow technique for getting beautiful wedding images with off-camera flash. Named by American PHOTO Magazine as one of the top ten wedding photographers in the world, Cliff is also a top international wedding photography spokesperson as well as a winner of the Grand Award for Photojournalism from Wedding and Portraits International. Cliff will share why and how he uses PocketWizard’s MiniTT1, FlexTT5 and AC3 ZoneController to create an off-camera flash system that simplifies the process and is sure to change the way you shoot pictures. Take advantage of this rare opportunity to interact with one of the world’s top professional wedding photographers.

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      • Studio Portraits with Mirrorless Cameras and Off-Camera Flash

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        If you thought mirrorless cameras were simply for travel and party snapshots, think again. We’re going to show you how to get truly professional results with this new class of cameras. The surprise (that is no surprise) is that great photographs are created with great light and great cameras, especially mirrorless! Join host Joe Brady during this studio portrait shoot as he shares an essential group of techniques and lighting styles you can use to create your own beautiful portraits. What you will learn: In this free webinar, we’ll cover high key, low key, posing, camera and light position in 1, 2 and 3-light setups for maximum beauty with minimum gear. Taking your flash off your camera is the first step in making “pictures” become “portraits”. PocketWizard radio triggers are the invisible, dependable link between your camera and your flashes, and featured in this webinar as a key tool for those who want to be a professional photographer. Controlling light is a skill you can use to distinguish your photography from that of others vying for the same business. A little knowledge about light goes a long, long way, and using a Sekonic light meter gives you a creative edge. From start to finish, you will learn how to control and choose light for your subject to create beauty, drama, shape and dimension. Join Joe Brady as he shows you how to change how you shoot with mirrorless – from “taking” photos to “making” portraits.

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        • Off-Camera Flash with Mirrorless Cameras

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          If you thought a top-of-the-line DSLR was necessary for professional-quality portraits, you will be amazed at the incredible results possible with the current offerings available from compact mirrorless cameras. With full manual controls, RAW file capture, and the ability to use industry standard accessories, you can take advantage of the same tools the big DSLRs use to create beautiful images. Join host Joe Brady as he puts his mirrorless camera to the test by using PocketWizard PlusX radio triggers and a basic light meter to shape light in environmental location portraits. Do you shoot only using available light because the concept of fill flash with ambient light continues to be both frustrating and inconsistent? If you want to take control of the light and add shape, depth, and dimension to your subject, this presentation is a must see. Getting your flash off-camera is the first step towards professional quality portraits. See how easy it can be and learn how to make it work for you!

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          • Easy Off-Camera Flash for Wedding Photography with Cliff Mautner

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            Join us for this free webinar sponsored by PocketWizard as Cliff Mautner shares his powerful and easy-to-follow technique for getting beautiful wedding images with off-camera flash. Named by American PHOTO Magazine as one of the top ten wedding photographers in the world, Cliff is also a top international wedding photography spokesperson as well as a winner of the Grand Award for Photojournalism from Wedding and Portraits International. Cliff will share why and how he uses PocketWizard’s MiniTT1, FlexTT5 and AC3 ZoneController to create an off-camera flash system that simplifies the process and is sure to change the way you shoot pictures. Take advantage of this rare opportunity to interact with one of the world’s top professional wedding photographers.

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            • Setting Up a Remote Camera for Nature Photography with PocketWizard Radio Triggers

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              You may know that PocketWizard Radio Triggers do a great job of allowing you to get your flash off-camera. What you may not have known is that they have other cool uses including the ability to remotely fire cameras. This could be a single camera, multiple cameras or even cameras with remote flashes. Join host Joe Brady as he explains how you can set up a system for remote photography. Joe is a great lover of nature and birds in particular. He’ll explain how he set-up a remote camera in his backyard to capture the beauty of some of the birds that frequent his feeders. From cables to color to focus to metering, Joe will cover all of the tools you need to adapt this wonderful capability to your love of nature photography.

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              • Manual Off-Camera Flash and Remote Camera Control Made Easy

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                Control Your Lights & Cameras with PocketWizard Plus III and PlusX Radio Triggers Wireless radio triggers enable you take your flash off-camera and put it in almost anywhere for lighting effects that range from natural looking to amazing. You can also use them to fire remote cameras and add remote flash triggering to them as well. If you are not using them now, they should be at the top of your must-have list. Host, Joe Brady, will show you how to make best use of PocketWizard's Plus III and new PlusX radio triggers. He'll show you how they work together with your camera system. And he will show you various camera and flash techniques that are sure to improve the way you shoot pictures. He will even show you new ways to use those old those old flash units you may have put away. Join us at this free live broadcast sponsored by PocketWizard and learn how to take control of your camera and lights from anywhere.

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                • Webinar: Creating a Portable Portrait Studio

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                  Creating a safe and professional portable lighting kit can help you capture beautiful portraits in practically any location. For photographers operating from their home and want to expand their business by offering clients on-location or in-home portraits, having an easy to use traveling studio helps make this process easy and produces great results. For the pro who has a studio, creating a portable kit will make location shoots fast, safe, and easy, while protecting expensive studio lights. This can be accomplished with a minimum investment, using much of the equipment pros may already own. Sponsored by Sekonic, join host Joe Brady as he explores both gear and techniques appropriate for creating headshots, single portraits, and group gatherings. Knowing the equipment available to make this happen enables you to put together an effective traveling Portrait Studio to fit your needs. After covering the gear available and Joe’s recommendations for safety and efficiency, we’ll explore some light shaping tools and techniques allowing you to create the look you’re after in almost any situation. From dramatic individual portraits to evenly-lit spaces for a larger group, this can all be accomplished with as few as two Speedlights, a handheld light meter, some wireless radio triggers, lightstands, and appropriate light reflectors.

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                  • PocketWizard and One Speedlight Portrait Wonders – with Rick Sammon

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                    Join special guest Rick Sammon with host Joe Brady and see how easy it can be to get spectacular portraits with just one off-camera flash, a pair of PocketWizard Radio Triggers and your camera's TTL metering system. Canon Explorer of Light, Westcott Top Pro, co-founder of The Digital Photography Experience, kelbytraining.com instructor and Lexar Elite Photographer Rick Sammon will be live in studio as we see his easy to follow yet impressive techniques to getting great portraits. Even though Rick claims that "His specialty is not specializing", this author of 36 Books and 6 Apps will show that he has a mastery of portraiture we'd all like to achieve.

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                    • Melody Hood and the PocketWizard Plus III

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