Last post I looked at the Lastolite Triflash Bracket and Radio Poppers used together to create a simple 3 speedlight flash set up. As mentioned earlier, I have full control of all my SB900 functions including high speed sync when using the Radio Poppers. And they greatly increase my signal range, especially on a sunny day where optical systems can get interference.
I put this to the test on a recent ski day at Copper Mountain. We had a bluebird day and lots of great snow. One image I really wanted to create was shooting a skier with a sun star behind them. Without some fill flash, the skier would be very dark. To solve this problem I used my Triflash Bracket set up. I can take the baskets off my ski poles, so I popped the basket off one pole and attached the Triflash Bracket to this end. I planted the handle end into the snow and aimed the flashes where my skier would be coming through. Perfect.
Tech: D300s, 14-24mm F6.3, 1/2000, speedlights shot in TTL high speed sync mode using Radio Poppers and Trilfash Bracket.