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D. W. Aronson Says, in 1-18-2010 at 05:39:51 from     

After spending 10 minutes telling you what they are going to tell you, they finally get around to it for an hour and a half. When you wake up you will feel refreshed and ready to get away from the DVD set. I agree with the first reviewer…very 80’s…maybe 90’s. I don’t think they are that far behind in hair styles down-under in New Zealand (grin). There is some information here that I think is current wether we are talking film vs digital cameras, or 1920’s vs 2010, but it is hard to stay awake. For example, window photography is timeless…shadows, details, and light has not changed. The method of capture has though. My thought is that this was originally in VHS format converted to DVD. If your looking for new techniques (i.e., Photoshop), look elsewhere. A very good basic DVD for photography is: Magic Lantern DVD Guides: Great Photos with Your Digital SLR (DVD).

It kind of reminds me of a watching Bob Ross on the TV. Remember him? He was brilliant but he always had that “…fall asleep now” effect on me. If you had a lot of coffee and pinned your eyes back you may get more out of it than myself.
Rating: 1 / 5

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B. Freiborg Says, in 1-18-2010 at 07:03:37 from     

The release date is listed as 2005. I think this video was actually produced in the 80s or early 90s. It covers topics for the professional photographer (weddings, portraits, painting backdrops) using film cameras – not digital.
Rating: 1 / 5

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