Updated blog, and a few new behind the scenes videos

Updated blog, and a few new behind the scenes videos

After a few months of much re-organizing and shuffling, the blog is back. I hope you can forgive me for the downtime and removal of the old blog, but it needed a refresher with regards to content and style. So without further adieu!

Our first post brings us a few video updates. You may have noticed these in the ‘about’ section of the site, but if not, I’ve recently made a couple of ‘behind the scenes’ movies. The first one, by Peter Donaghy, is a quick look at how I work on location.

And secondly, though a little older, is a behind the scenes video of my capture and post processing. This video was featured on www.strobist.com, one of the most popular photography resources in the world, and garnered nearly 40,000 views from that one site in a month alone. Check out the strobist article here, and the video below:

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  • James

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  • David Cox

    Hi Mike. I saw the David Hobby post about this technique several years ago and have been working on doing it myself. Question: I have several Pocketwizard Plus II’s. From my testing and reading, I need to have 3 triggers — one in my hand on ch1, one on the camera on ch1 and then one with my flash in my other hand on ch2. This uses something called relay mode on the older pocketwizards. I know you’re shooting with newer ones, but does it jive with your understanding that simply triggering the local flash with a PW would cause the one on the camera to fire late and miss the light (at least on short exposure times) or am i missing something? thanks much!
    David Cox

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