Checking Pocket Wizard Range In The Chugach Range

July 9, 2008 | • Workshop

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Pocket Wizards have an amazing range.  And they have been tested now in an amazing range… the Chugach range here in Alaska.  We just finished the Alaska OneLight.  I’m beat.  More later.

Cheers, Zack 




Discussion

  • Clayton Bozard said on July 9, 2008

    That’s nuts. Seriously.. that is one breathtaking view…

  • Ashley Williamson Belvin said on July 9, 2008

    Now that is officially the coolest thing I have seen all day!

  • gabe said on July 9, 2008

    sick!

  • Darryl said on July 9, 2008

    I’ll make it to Alaska one day….but for now that amazing image will do.

  • Dan Watkins - St. Louis, MO said on July 9, 2008

    now that’s just feakin’ cool.

  • Daniel - from Sweden said on July 9, 2008

    Thats really far away. A very nice view in that shot. And a very nice blog/website you have Zack. I visit 3-4 times a week.
    /Daniel

  • matt miller said on July 9, 2008

    ok guys…it works this far away…..fuck, now i gotta walk ALL THE WAY BACK!!!

  • Janine said on July 9, 2008

    lol…nice one!

  • Martin said on July 9, 2008

    Genius. Next get a shuttle astronaut to take one to the space station and shoot him looking out the window back at earth. Bet that shot would get you a Pulitzer…

  • ed pingol said on July 9, 2008

    PW are awesome… zack, please don’t forget us little people when you get ubber famous. it’s awesome that you’re showing people how to see light.

    //ed pingol

  • Dan said on July 9, 2008

    I was up with Zack tell 2 am. As many of you already know Zack kicks A$$.

    He rocked Alaska!!!

    Dan

  • John said on July 10, 2008

    I drive a truck for a living and used to run from Indiana to Anchorage a few times a yr. If you drive up that way, you need to stop by Bairds Landing in BC. There is a small Provincial park there with a hot spring swimming hole. In the winter the steam from the Springs coats the surrounding trees in ice, making the whole area resemble the rock formations in some caves.

  • PhotoJ said on July 10, 2008

    Got to like the PW…nice view too.

  • Seshu said on July 10, 2008

    Hey Ed … Zack IS uber famous already …

    Zack – good to see the range for the range. How many feet would you say that was? Do PW’s actually do work at the top end of 1600 feet?

  • chicago wedding photographer said on July 11, 2008

    Zach – cool post. I just found out about you and your One light Workshops through Dan Andersen from Bending Birch Photography.

    I’m in Atlanta right now headced back to Chicago but will look you up later on.

    Thanks,

    Rob

  • zack said on July 12, 2008

    @mattmiller – Hahahahahahahahahaha!

    @Ed & @Seshu – I’m only famous in like five zip codes! :)

    Cheers,
    Zack

  • Eric said on July 14, 2008

    Nice image.

    I look forward to the day of having radio flash control, but for now must stick with using the IR on my Canon flashes. One of these days.

  • Ed K said on July 16, 2008

    One question – - how did that one umbrella light up that whole mountain range? (c:

  • Nate Benson said on July 16, 2008

    Wow Zach,
    please tell me your secret on lighting an entire mountain with one strobe!!!

    very nice work,
    long time lurker of the blog/site.

    Hopefully you make it to Buffalo one day.

  • Tony said on July 27, 2008

    I’m sure you kept an eye out for critters, didn’t you?

  • Asther said on July 30, 2008

    Wow… amazing shot and amazing finds! Which model of PW do u own? I’m looking at getting one too but since it’s not available in my country, I don’t hv a chance to test it personally before purchasing. So hv to make do with researches on the internet.

  • DJ Paine said on January 14, 2010

    great image man.




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