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PocketWizard Photo Accessories Photo 2017-08-14 14:24

Featured product: Remote Camera Cables. Trigger a remote camera at the same time you trigger the camera in your hands and get two angles with one shot. Perfect for shooting weddings and events! http://www.pocketwizard.com/products/cable_accessory/cameracables/

PocketWizard Photo Accessories Photo 2017-07-26 17:23

Six days left to take advantage of instant savings on qualifying PocketWizard radios and accessories in the US & Canada. If you are thinking about getting your flash off camera and triggering it remotely, now's the time to pick up a set of PocketWizard radios to make that happen!

Pocketwizard® - Wireless transmitters and receivers

We are happy to announce the MultiMAX II Transceiver! With improved PocketWizard specific timing features such as Infinite Intervalometer and SpeedCycler, and Long Range Mode the MultiMAX II gives portrait, wedding, wildlife and sports photographers confidence to capture life's most amazin...

PocketWizard Photo Accessories Photo 2017-07-07 14:29

Featured photographer: Melody Hood and Innamorata Photography. In addition to shooting engagements, weddings and commercial portraits, Melody is also an educator and has taught and mentored hundreds of photographers. She has spoken at WPPI and has created educational materials and Breakout s...

Pocketwizard® - Wireless transmitters and receivers

Featured Product: PowerMC2 Receiver for Einstein E640 Flashes - Easily control the power output of an Einstein flash directly from your camera using a PocketWizard ControlTL Transmitter combined with an AC3 ZoneController and a PowerMC2 attached to your remote Einstein flash.
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Canon Imaging Asia Photo 2017-08-16 03:00

"I use photography to aid in my research of Hummingbirds. I generally monitor their populations, habitat usage, and estimate age based on their feathers and moult, among other things. From this photo, you can tell that this is a young bird and most likely a female. I try to use these macros and the rest of my work, to get more people to appreciate the nature around us, and to better connect them with the scientific community. I’d like to think that creative imagery will get more people interested in the sciences!” Image captured by Sean Graesser, @gourmetbiologist on Instagram. Shot on the EOS 5D Mark III with the EF 100mm f/2.8L Macro IS USM at ISO 320, f/16, 1/160.