Using radio triggers in your flash photography
If you’re really serious about taking pictures with multiple off-camera flash units, consider buying a set of radio triggers, or try a PocketWizard.
This nifty device will fire all your lights simultaneously.
While slaves and infrared triggers are fine in most situations, there will be times when the ‘connectivity’ between the various flashguns and your camera will fail.
A PocketWizard may be expensive (a basic set-up costs about £100), but will be worth every penny if you get a taste for multiple flash work.
PAGE 1: Find your way around a flashgun
PAGE 2: Master fill-in flash
PAGE 3: How to use rear curtain flash for cool motion effects
PAGE 4: What is diffused light?
PAGE 5 How to buy or make a diffuser
PAGE 6: See the effects of diffused light
PAGE 7: What is off-camera flash?
PAGE 8: How to position your off-camera flash
PAGE 9: Off-camera flash photography cheat sheet
PAGE 10: How to use multiple flashguns creatively
PAGE 11: Using radio triggers in your flash photography