WPPI is the firsttrade showI have ever worked, and man was it a blast.
For a solid six hours our booth saw a steady stream of traffic from pros andamateursalike. The star of the show for us in day one had to have been the brand new TritonFlash kit which saw its debut public release. If you couldn't come to Vegas or didn't get a chance to see the booth, this morning Photoflex.com and PhotoflexLightingSchool.com released information regarding the new Photoflex flagship strobe.
With the capability to shoot at a blistering 7 frames per second, a minimum of 750 pops at full power, a ridiculously short flash duration even at full power, and over 20 power settings with spot-on accurate 1/3 stopincrements, it's no wonder this mightyminiaturebattery powered flash garnered such attention. See more at Photoflex.com.
Photo by Michael Corsentino
On PhotoflexLightingSchool.com, the first lesson featuring the TritonFlash made it's debut in the capable hands of Michael Corsentino. If you haven't seen it yet, check out Part 1 of his "Unique and Enduring Bridal Portraits" shoot in San Rafael, CA:
Tomorrow I'm going to wander the halls of WPPI and see what I can find. If you're at the show, try and find me at our booth around 1 PM when Patrick Hall and Lee Morris of fstoppers.com come and hang out with Photoflex. Make sure you stop by to see them!