For when you need to be the model
CamRanger to the Rescue! Once the CamRanger is connected and communicating with my iPhone, I am able to “self direct” my location in the scene. I can tell I need to move left or right, up or back and I can tell if my rod tip will be out of the picture on most shots, or not. In very low light conditions, it is difficult to stop action of a fly rod. So, a static shot is easy, via a CamRanger. This kind of pose is also worthwhile against a waterfall or moving water, allowing the water to “flow” during a longer exposure. I can review recent images while still standing in the stream by clicking on any of the recent thumbnails.
Mike Jackson’s Best of the Tetons
This photograph could of taken a lot more logistics if it wasn’t for CamRanger. I was able to check framing, focus, and fire the camera from 80′ feet away in 35 degree weather. The CamRanger also fires my wireless strobes with out a problem every time.
Pepe Cam Photography