Photography DVD Reviews
A photography DVD is a good way to learn about photography. They tend to focus on the creative side of photography as well as pointing you in the right direction technically. You are likely to find a Photography DVD a good source of ideas and inspiration.
Anyone who is looking to improve their photography may be interested in this DVD. A number of the concepts explained are fairly basic. Therefore the ideal viewer is likely to be someone who is just starting out with a camera. The author, Philip Dunn, runs a number of photography courses and holidays. The main focus of the DVD is landscape and travel photography. Philip has a very impressive photography pedigree and clearly knows his subject. His presenting style includes a little self depreciating humour.
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Chasing The Light
David Noton is one of the U.K.'s top landscape photographers. He has travelled the world taking classic landscape shots. In this DVD tutorial David takes you through the entire landscape photography cycle. He starts the process with finding locations for your shots. Next up he takes you step by step through the picture taking process. In the final piece of the jigsaw David runs through how you can improve your photos with a few simple post production steps. Watching this DVD is an enjoyable way to spend time. As well as picking up plenty of photography tips along the way you also get to see a large number of beautiful scenes.
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Go Wild with Your Camera
This DVD offers 165 absorbing minutes of advice to help you improve your wildlife photography. It is great for someone who is just starting out or has not quite got to grips with the subject. All of the wildlife covered by the DVD can be found around the British Isles. If you like wildlife it is almost worth watching this DVD just for the general video footage of wildlife throughout the DVD. Even if you are an experienced wildlife photographer you are likely to pick up new ideas from this DVD.
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