Passion

Almost 4 years ago I left behind a successful career to follow my passion for photography. I loaded my old Land Rover truck with camping & photo gear, my mountain bike, and headed to Patagonia for a couple of months.Today I'm cycling in developing countries, making...

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YN560IV

For my first bikepacking warming trip I'll be carrying my Einstein 640 Studio Flash to analyze how many times I'll need it's full power and how convenient is to carry this flash & it's battery pack on a bicycle...

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Boom

For those times when I won't be needing the power of a Studio Flash or when I want to travel lighter while cycling South America, I'll be using Phottix's Multi Boom 16" flash bracket with a translucent umbrella and two YN560IV flash units. This option...

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Controller

For those times when I won't be needing the power of a Studio flash, want to ride lighter, or as a back-up while cycling South America, I'll be using Yongnuo's YN560TX controller unit to provide remote manual power control over a couple YN560IV manual flash units. Tech Specs: 6...

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Translucent

As a reflector, diffuser, & background for the family portraits I'll be using Photoflex's LitePanel 39" x 72", while cycling South America. This HUGE light source has an ultra-light translucent fabric and PVC frame that can be folded to a pretty small size!  Tech Specs: Size 39 x 72" (1 x 1.8...

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Beauty

To get more "character" in the portraits made while cycling South America, I'll be using Phottix Luna Folding Beauty Dish. It folds down and is easier to transport than traditional metal beauty dishes, but still provides directed but soft light. Tech Specs: Product Dimensions: 27.6 x 27.6 x...

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Trigger

To fire my Studio Flash wireless for the Family Portraits while cycling South America, I´ll be using a couple Yongnuo RF-603 triggers. I´d been using these cheap & reliable Chinese transceivers for years, and although they´re pretty delicate, I never had an issue with them and they...

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