Was shot with a Nikon D800 with a 70-200 and an Alienbee 800 at full power triggered by a Phottix wireless trigger.
canon speedlite 580 exII from the right trough a softbox, fired with pocket wizard plus III
canon 5d mark 3 with 16-35 f2.8 L ISO 50 16mm canon 600ex-rt flash off camera
Nikon D700 + Nikon 70-200mm F2.8. One off camera SB-900 flash with 40x40cm Softbox.
A single off Camera Flash source was used, positioned to the left and slightly above the subjects. It has been bounced from a card also. Camera is 45 degree from the flash source and directly in front of Subjects with natural light from the sunset behind the subject.
A single strobe in front of the couple, a FlexTT5 with a Nikon SB-900 on a stand, a Nikon D7000 with a MiniTT1 and AC3 exposing for the background
I shot this picture on a wedding in Luzern. In this big barock room i took two off camera flashes to light up the wedding dress and the faces.
Here's a shot I love from a recent wedding for Lisa & Richie. Taken outside Christchurch Art Gallery, New Zealand. 2 lights used; one umbrella high on camera left and one hard light concealed from behind.
Shot at 50mm at 1.4 with a setting sun so I needed the reliability of PocketWizards Hypersync to shoot at a high shutter speed of 1/5000th.
Had an assistant hold two speedlights on camera right aimed at Bride and Groom, fitted with PocketWizards Flex TT5.
On camera I had the PocketWizards Mini TT1 to send the signal to the speedlights.
This allowed me to eliminate harsh shadows off my subjects while shooting with a low depth of field and high shutter speeds.
Two Nikon Speedlights, one behind the couple and one on the left side as a minimum fill light. All controlled by TT5s including the Trigger.
This moment was completely unplanned. The main dances were over, and we were about to take a quick break, when the bride's grandfather stepped up and asked her for a dance. It was one of the sweetest moments of the day!
Key Light: HSF in a 15" Lastolite EZBox (held by assistant)
Rim Light: HSF on a stand
Shot on a D800 with a 17-35mm. one AB800 with a shoot through umbrella left of camera.
2 nikon sb 24's across from each other on light stands light up this couple's first dance as man and wife
Shot in the middle of the day, so I used pocketwizard flex system to trigger a Canon 430EXII to do fill flash through an umbrella camera right. Shot with 5DMKIII.
One off-camera speedlight to the camera right, about 10 ft away, 7 feet high. Used PW Plus X units, Canon 7d, Canon 50mm 1.2.
Shot with a Nikon D7000 + SB700 off camera.
available disco light & two off camera nikon flashes with my trusty flex tt5 in conjunction with tt1 ac3 also used...great wedding kit.....reliable, with superb results, Thankyou pocket wizard team
1 Nikon SB900 with FlexTT5 attached to a lightstand on the other side of the the B&G to create a silhouette.
A Canon 580 EX II with a faull CTO gel to match color temperature from othe light sources is on a stand behind bride and groom, driven by a flexTT5. On camera is another FlexTT5 with an AC3 controller. I first turn off the remote flash via the Ac3, then set the camera to expose for the continuos light. I then turned on the 580 e set its power from the AC3 to light them as desired
This was shot using miniTT1 and FlexTT5. on a windy sormy afternoon.. 5 minutes after this shot... the heavens opened up and it poured... Hard.
Due to the wind an assistant hand held the OCF at my direction.
The bride wanted just one shot on the beach in Den Haag NL.
But she would not take her shoes off to walk on the sand.
Shot May 11 2013.
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Behind the couple is a TT5 with a SB900 on a small light stand. Infront of the couple is another TT5 with a SB900 on another light stand. On camera (D4) is a TT1 and AC3.
1/125 sec f/3.3 ISO 560 shot at 14mm (14-24mm /f2.8)
Photo was taken by Lauren & David Han on May 4, 2013 at the Four Seasons Toronto
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1 Allienbee 800 - pocket wizard plus II and tt5 Nikon D700
I used canon 5D MKIII, canon 420EXII with FlexTT5+AC3 and MiniTT1 camera left on a monopod at f/2.8 1/1600s ISO 400 70-200@78mm
SB900 with Soft box attach in the back Using TT5 flex, SB700 with dome under the Bridge Using TT5 flex, on D800 TT5 flex with AC3 Zone controller.
It was a Simple Set up which I used 1 P2 connected to an Nikon SB800 to 4 feet behind the couple. Timing was the Key to this shot. Pocketwizard worked Perfectly to capture the Kiss and the at the same time the Water hitting its highest point.
One 580exii directly behind, one 430exii camera right, about 45degrees with a diffuser. Both triggered with Flex TT5's and the zone controller.
Big softbox feathered on the side of the couple. On bare flash behind them
10 x36 strip bank camera right speedlight in box
shoot thru umbrella fill from camera
shot with tt5s
(2) SB-700 with a softbox attachment
(2) TT-5 Flex
(1) AC-3 Zone Controller
Shot against sun lit back-fill
Metered w/ Sekonic 478-DR
Two off camera flashes
2 lights - SB900 on shoot through umbrella left of camera, bare sb900 lighting the background
Two pocket wizards are used. One in the right front and one connected to a flash covered with the green gel.
Backlit subjects through amazing cloud textures, front lit with two Nikon SB-900's triggered with Pocket Wizards.
Canon Eos 5D, 16-35 2.8, Mini TT1+FlexTT5+AC3+ 580EXII
ezybox 60x60 cm
Flashes used: two SB-900'a shot on a Nikon D4 with 35mm lens. I placed one SB-900 with a Pocket Wizard Plus III attached in each bathroom. One behind the bride and one behind the groom. I zoomed the flash heads to 200 to limit flash direction and backlit each of them. I also had a flash on camera set at very little power for a little fill but mostly for the focus assist since it was dark.
I finally had a minute to sit down and have some food. I just happen to look over at the bathroom (which I had used that day but never even gave the "heads" a second thought.) After taking a second to "soak" them in I said to myself "there's a photo in there". I didn't even give myself and assistant time to eat. I immediately said get two flashes and two wizards and meet me at the bathroom. He gave me a look of "your joking, can I eat?" I think I said something like "no, I have an idea. Sick image!!" So after some trial
This image was taken on a wedding just last weekend on May 11th, 2013 at Timberline Resort. I used a nikon sb900 triggered by a pocket wizard plus II with an umbrella to light this particular image.
Sunpak on a stand right next to dance floor on a low stand. Camera on floor across from couple. F4.5 @ 1/125 ISO 500.
Nikon D3, Nikon 28mm 1.8g, MiniTT1,Su800,TT5,SB900
During the middle of CMA FEST this past weekend we shot by LP Field on what refer to as the boobs of Nashville. Two small hills overlooking the downtown skyline. I shot with a Nikon D7000 using an alien bee 1600 with a softbox powered with a vagabond mini and pocket wizards. Propped it up on the side of the hill and waited for the rednecks to clear out of the bottom of the shot. LOL! It was fun!
Single SB900 on a Flex TT5 on a light stand behind the couple. Really unusual to have snow this late in the year so we made the most of it. :)
D900 set up with Flex TT5 behind the couple. D900 setup with Flex TT5 hold next to me by assitance. i use D800 and TT1Mini to control the Flex TT5
I was using an Einstein MC2 with Mini TT1 (with an AC3 attached) on a 5D MK III using one 7" Reflector
I had my assistant stand behind (with one flash SB900) and he mirrored the B&G's stance. Used manual with my Nikon Pocket Wizard on remote flash. Crouched below them with a D700 and a 70-200mm around his neck barely out of the water :) Used a D4 at ISO 800 34mm f3.5 at 250sec.
placed flex on a lightstand with 430ex2 about 10 feet behind client, used mini on my 5d mark2 with 24-105 lens, a few minutes after sunset
This was shot with a Nikon d3 and a Tamron 17-35. Lighting was provided by a Quantum t5-dr camera right set to 1/1 power. Triggering was done with 2 of the new Pocket Wizard Plus X triggers.
Photo involved an entire production team for the bride inclusive of 2 x pocket wizzard 3's on Canon 580's. One in front of the horse and one up high on a boom pole to amplify the sunlight for post.
My assistant was holding a speedlight Sb600 with a PocketWizard FlexTT5 hidding in the bushes with spiders and snakes! I took the photo from the front at 10 mts distance. Nikon D7000, 35 mm (18-55 mm) f 4.5 ISO 250
There are 2 Nikon Sb-900 flashes perching on TT5s on stands behind the bride (one around knee height on a nano stand, one about chest height) and 1 Sb-910/ TT5 combo on the right about a bit higher than her head. It's a pretty dense bamboo forest so to keep the background it was shot a bit slow - 1/50th the flashes ensure that the shot is tack sharp.
Nikon D800 with Nikon 24-70mm f/2.8 lesn TT5 and a SB900, triggering the 3 remote flashes on ttl.
backlit with 1 flash in TTL using TT1 and TT5..with spotlight as main light
I use pocket wizard mini and make one off camera flash with single light. I use tripod to make same background and shoot twice then put two layer and brush up certain part to create light to subject.
My Assistant was holding a Speedlite in a big Beautydish on a monopod up high (on the right side) and it was triggered by a pocketwizard. He followed the couples first dance with the Beautydish and I took the photo from the front, also following the couples movement.
EOS 5D II, 50/1.2, 2x 580EX II, PW
The brides heart was set on a sparkler departure and due to rain the opted out. We had about 5 minutes to grab a few quick shots and asked them to briefly step out into the rain. (with a bare OCF side lighting)
This is picture of a Maharastrian bride (MUMBAI/Bombay) , after the make up she was heading towards the venue for other wedding rituals..and I clicked this by standing on 1st floor and my assistance holding flash and walking in front of bride...fired through PW flex and MINI.
more pictures from same series here
Flex5 Canon Speedlight 430EXII with umbrella adapter inside umbrella triggered with MiniTT1 with AC3
2 elinchrom studio flash 400 watt one as a principal light with octagonal and the other with a grid both using pocketwizard
This photo was taken on the deck of a building over looking the Ocean in Narragansett RI on May 25th 2013. It was a windy rainy day but their happiness couldn't be contained! I created this photo using only one light shot through a small umbrella style soft box. I set my exposure to darken down the clouds and create a sense of drama
2 Paul buff Einsteins with Pocketwizard MC2 , Mini TT1
Not much time for portraits during this wedding. I found an open area with a clean background. Put the sun behind them, shot with Canon 1D Mark IV with Mini TT1, my assistant held a Alien Bee Einstein & Pocket Wizard Power Mc2 on a mono pod with vagabond battery pack to keep things portable.
I Place My SB800 behind the couple with pocketwizard transceiver plus II.
Two speed lights with umbrellas controlled by Flex TT5's. On camera controller is the Mini TT1 wnd AC3 Zone controller.
Two Canon 580exII Speedlights, 45 degrees both side of camera.
Uni Jr. Umbrella. Light to match ambient. Pocket Wizard trigger.
2 flashs canon 580 ex with pocket wizard on the right and on the left