Yongnuo RF-602 Practical Applications


Well you certainly can’t be stretching flash sync cables underwater to take photos of your kayak with a flash inside and it’s pretty doubtful that you could get Nikon’s Creative Lighting System (CLS) to do the job either. By using wireless remote flash triggers I can put them just about anywhere including inside my kayak.

Indian Summer has been replaced by rain and lots of it. I hope I get to go kayaking again before the water gets hard.

Strobist info: Two Nikon SB600 flashes with green gels in ziplock bags inside kayak. One Sunpak 383 flash at camera right. ISO 200, f/4, 1/200 second. Flashes at 1/2 power. All flashes triggered with Yongnuo RF-602 receivers.

I’m still waiting on the replacement for my defective Yongnuo transmitter. When that comes I’ll be able to take photos remotely at the same time on another channel. Maybe I can get in the photo when that happens.

One Reply to “Yongnuo RF-602 Practical Applications”

  1. Call me slow, but now I finally see and understand what you’re doing with wireless remote flash triggers. Seems like a lot of things to co-ordinate but well worth the effect. Something very new, interesting and exciting. Definitely food for imaginative thought.

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