In this video, Kevin Trowbridge, (our Digital Photography training Department Head in Kelowna), talks about the new PocketWizard HyperSync™ feature. The HyperSync™ feature allows photographers to use a faster shutter speed (even when using a studio light like an Alien Bee), while still using a wide aperture to capture a narrow depth of field (think sharp on the subject, dreamy blurred background) in studio portraiture.
Kevin also discusses the pros and cons of the PocketWizard vs the Cyber Commander™, and both triggers having benefits to studio lighting, depending on what you’re looking for. For instance, the PocketWizard allows for a higher speed sync (hypersync), while the Cyber Commander™ offers you the flexibility of independent control and a 9 stop power range.
If this all sounds a bit foreign to you, not to worry, we have a program for that! Read on..
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Learn photography from A to Z! From photography gear (Alien Bee to Zeiss) to photography techniques (Aperture to Zoom), there is a lot of jargon, or “tech speak” in the world of digital photography. Centre for Arts and Technology is a leading Canadian digital photography training school offering one year Digital Photography diploma programs in Halifax (Nova Scotia), Fredericton (New Brunswick), and Kelowna (British Columbia).
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