Posts Tagged ‘lighting’

New Photoflex FlexFlash Lighting

New Photoflex FlexFlash Lighting

Pixels announces arrival of PhotoFlex’ new FlexFlash studio flash equipment. In 200 Watt Second and 400 Watt Second models, FlexFlash features fast recycle time, light weight, digital readouts, in head optical slaves, and, most of all, on camera speed light pre flash rejection. Imagine; now your camera speed lights become full partners in any studio […]

Pixels Spring Lighting Seminar Tomorrow

Pixels Spring Lighting Seminar Tomorrow

Pixels welcomes Mr. Norm Haughey of Photoflex at our store tomorrow, July 9, 2010. This will be a free studio lighting course held from 1:00 PM – 4:30 PM and will cover a number of exciting lighting topics. Attendees will be eligible to win a free Small Litedome Kit courtesy of Norm and Photoflex.

Space is limited and you must RSVP at 801.233.9090 to attend.

Gear Report: Elinchrom Ranger Quadra

Gear Report: Elinchrom Ranger Quadra

Ever since the newest Ranger kit showed up at Pixels Foto & Frame I’ve been dying to take it out for a spin. Sure, we played with it in store a little bit, took it to a trade show as a demo, but I wanted to take it somewhere that would really put the kit into its element. I finally had the opportunity to take the kit out for a evening of night snowboarding photos with a local group of riders who specialize (amongst other things) in riding pitch black areas with nothing but headlamps for light.

Shooting the Bike – Intro to Product Photography

Shooting the Bike - Intro to Product Photography

Its amazing what you can do with some simple household items in the photography world. Product photography is a great avenue to explore the usefulness of these items. With product photography, you subject matter can be set up in a controlled environment; the ideal place to try out new lighting techniques and gear.

Speedlights in the Desert

Joe McNally and David Hobby shooting in the Dubai desert.

Tutorial: Creating the shot.

Brief article talking about what went into the creation of a studio lighting photo using small hot-shoe flashes.

New Pocket Wizards

Brief article about the new radio trigger system from Pocket Wizard. Full TTL support coupled with Pocket Wizard’s renowned reliability. Click the link for more info.