Posted on September 14, 2010 by PocketWizard Blogger
Keith Pytlinski of M5 Photography shared a dramatic shot on his blog recently. Using PocketWizard Plus II units, he got this exciting image shooting into the sun, uphill, with a lot of frozen action, including flying dust. We love the lens flare and energy behind the entire shot.
Visit his blog and breakdown of the set-up, which also includes details on digging berms and a voice-activated tripod! Nice job, Keith!
Check out other posts about Keith’s work: 1, 2, 3.
M5 Photography blog
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Posted on May 25, 2010 by PocketWizard Blogger
Shooter Keith Pytlinski recently posted a detailed story about the making of a shot he had been thinking about for awhile before executing it. Wanting a mountain bike rider in a night shot with long exposure-stars visible, a friend helped reframe his original idea and came up with the great image below.
Keith used PocketWizard Plus II’s to get the rider in the foreground. Thanks for the informative post and great image, Keith!
Read more about other times we’ve bumped into Keith here and here.
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Posted on December 11, 2009 by PocketWizard Blogger
You’ve probably read about Keith on our blog before. Well, he’s back with two action images shot with his trusty PocketWizard Plus II’s:
Check out Keith’s website and Flickr for more awesome action work.
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