Time to be with your loved ones

Time to be with loved ones

by sat

submit your photo


Hall of Fame
View past winners from this year

Please participate in Meta
and help us grow.

0
votes
3answers
26 views

wireless triggering Canon 650d with profoto d1

I have a Canon 650d with 600ex-rt speedlite. I'm interested in wedding photography, but wondering about cases where the ceiling is very high, so that bouncing the 600ex-rt will be useless. I want a ...
0
votes
2answers
65 views

Canon 550EX and 600EX-RT compatiblity?

How can I trigger a 550EX while using two 600EX-RT's? Is there a way to set it so that the 550EX will just see the flash pop and trigger itself?
0
votes
1answer
49 views

What is the difference between different Canon Speedlight transmitter ST-E3 model names?

Is there any difference between the ST-E3-NR and the ST-E3-RT transmitters? Or are they both the same?
1
vote
1answer
175 views

How to configurate flashgroups on EOS 70D when using Yongnuo YN-622C transceiver

For a while I'm using a Yongnuo YN-622C transceiver in combination with a 430 EX II on my EOS 70D. All works fine so I decide to buy a second 430 EX II and another pair of YN-622C. Works also fine ...
1
vote
1answer
497 views

Canon 580EX compatible with xxxEX II flashes?

I've got a Canon 580EX (original, not the II) flash, and now I'm interested in adding a slave flash. I stopped by a camera store this evening to look at the 430EX II, but the salesman advised me that: ...
4
votes
1answer
1k views

How do I activate wireless flash control with a Canon 60D?

I recently purchased a 430EX II for my 60D. When trying to set up the wireless flash control, I don't have "Flash Control" as an option in my menu. Do I need to perform a software update?
2
votes
2answers
381 views

How to troubleshoot Canon Speedlites that are not firing at the same time?

working on some studio lighting and want to have my two Canon Speedlite 580 EX II's to fire simulatneously using Canon's built in wireless communications (i.e. The Master to trigger the Slave, but ...
7
votes
4answers
777 views

How limiting are the line-of-sight requirements of Canon's optical wireless flash system?

I have a Canon 7D and 580EX II Speedlite, and am trying to make the jump into flash photography, particularly portrait work. I understand that the 7D's wireless trigger works by line-of-sight. Will ...