Your setting up your new strobes for your first family portrait, everything is just about ready, when you feel a tug at your foot and turn around to find your brand new strobe falling to the floor and busting into a thousands tiny pieces. This scenario is repeated more often that you think. With the cost of remote triggers being so high most amateur photographers opt to use the wires that are included with most strobes as the activation source for their images. The problem is that these cords are everywhere when your done setting up, even if only for a couple of strobes. This tripping hazard is not only bad for your equipment, it could also get someone hurt in the process. Check out the remote triggers I found here to see if they can eliminate at least half the cords your going to have to use from now on.
Cowboystudio Radio Remote Trigger for Studio Strobe
This is one of the most common things that come up during a search for digital camera tips. 3 or 5 or 10 Digital Photography tips or tricks. It is amazing how much regurgitated data can be spewed out there for the reader to overcome. The problem is that it almost has to be represented to the user verbatim, or basically the same every time. There are not a whole lot of ways of teaching someone the “Rule of Thirds” for instance. Just the same, it is important to know a lot of this information. It is also just as important to know when to move on from the basic tips and to progress into advanced techniques.
So here are my top 10 Photography tips to help you become a better Photographer.
Have you ever been the one that had to run to the camera, set the timer, then hurry back into the picture and try to act natural about it. Or have you tried using a wired remote for your camera and not been able to keep the cord out of the way? Or worse yet, tripped over the cord and yanked that $1000 camera and tripod over. Then keep reading, we have the solution for you.
Wireless Shutter Release Remote for Sony Alpha A700, A900, DSLR-A230, DSLR-A330 Digital Cameras