Mark Wallace US Meetup Tour: Ustream
Saturday, February 6, 2010 from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM (PST)
Join us for the live Ustream version of this event. This is an ONLINE event that will stream live from our Phoenix studio on Ustream.tv at 1:00pm PST Saturday, February 6, 2010!
Register here to get e-mail updates about the show and additional goodies once the show begins. The event is FREE. All you have to do is tune in!
Mark Wallace is bringing wireless triggering to you in a free 8 city tour and PocketWizard is sponsoring it! PocketWizard is so confident in their latest updates and firmware releases, they are offering a 30-day satisfaction guarantee on new purchases*. On top of that, they are touring the USA with Mark to show you what they mean, live and in-person.
Mark will demonstrate the basic elements of light, show you some TTL tricks, and show you how to apply those techniques to off-camera flash. Learn about sync speed, high speed sync, how to get consistent lighting effects, all about light modifiers and more!
*30-day Satisfaction Guarantee
For a limited time, U.S. customers can purchase the Mini/Flex system, try it out for 30-days and if not completely satisfied, simply return it to your dealer for a full refund, no questions asked. The 30-day Satisfaction Guarantee offer applies to purchases made within the USA, and runs from February 1st to April 30th, 2010. For details, go to PocketWizard.com
Mark Wallace is a photographer, writer and teacher who works with video and still photography. Mark teaches numerous photography workshops as well as hosting a popular online video series: Digital Photography 1 on 1. Millions of photographers have watched his online videos, and many of his viewers travel to Arizona to attend his workshops each year.
Mark shoots commercial, travel, and stock photography as well as creating video content for many photography equipment manufacturers. His work is currently used by Sekonic, PocketWizard, Profoto, and Mamiya. His corporate clients include Allstate, National Public Radio, KB Home, and The US Army. His photos and writing have been featured on many blogs, local papers, The Washington Post and The India Times.
Mark is the co-founder of Snapfactory studios. www.snapfactory.com