Digital Photography On DVD


alfiemooon

Link Posted 16/09/2010 - 00:03
I appreciate that there are a number of clubs around the country and there are so many people to offer help and advice when it comes to getting the most out of your camera and equipment but does anyone know of a DVD available that takes you through things on a step by step basis?.

I appreciate that my local Waterstones may be stocked full to the ceiling with books on the subject but I`m sure I`m not the only one who would find following a non patronising DVD so much easier to follow with my K10/K20 in hand.

Even if it goes from "Digital Photography For Dummies" through to "Advanced",it would be would a look.

Nic
K10D,K20D
Pentax 18-55,Tamron AF 70-300,Sigma 150-500
Kenko 2X Teleplus MC7
AF 360 FGZ

matwhittington

Link Posted 16/09/2010 - 07:59
I haven't checked, but you mind find something akin to what you are looking for for free on YouTube - there are thousands of photography tutorials on there, might be worth a look at least.

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Mat W

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terje-l

Link Posted 16/09/2010 - 08:52
Just google "camera tutorial" and you will find numerous sources
Best regards
Terry

K20D, Optio I10, DA 18-55 1:3.5-5.6 AL II, A 1:1.7/50, D FA 1:2.8/100 Macro, Sigma 70-300 1:4-5.6 APO DG Macro, Pentax AF 360FGZ

dricepick

Link Posted 17/09/2010 - 08:49
I have to agree with the two posts above. There are an enormous number of good tutorials on both youtube and vimeo which will give you loads of information

Richard
commercial photographer manchester
Last Edited by dricepick on 17/09/2010 - 08:51

gartmore

Link Posted 17/09/2010 - 10:55
There are very good tutorial DVDs free with Digital Photo every month and I think they sell a complete set.
Ken
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alfiemooon

Link Posted 25/09/2010 - 00:55
gartmore wrote:
There are very good tutorial DVDs free with Digital Photo every month and I think they sell a complete set.

Thanks Ken et al

Whilst I have cucusoft to "grab" Youtube stuff,I`m of the view that a "bought" DVD may be more "professional" in both presentation & content.

Nic
K10D,K20D
Pentax 18-55,Tamron AF 70-300,Sigma 150-500
Kenko 2X Teleplus MC7
AF 360 FGZ

aliengrove

Link Posted 25/09/2010 - 04:56
This site provides free video tutorials and I think is worth a look before you splash out any wonga....They get all their revenue from advertising but you don't have to buy anything. Not an awful lot of stuff on there, however, but there's numerous similar sites if you google them...
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Last Edited by aliengrove on 25/09/2010 - 05:13

redbusa99

Link Posted 25/09/2010 - 08:54
have you thought about a local college. i joined the beginers class earlier in the year and now just started the intermediate.this is through Stroud college the tutor is excellent, has to be able to deal with all types of camera as most people who start do not know what the camera is capable of. so came away from the first course with more knwledge of that. Off on our first field trip next week of which there are 4 on this course plus class projects.
the beauty of this method of learning is the fact you have instant help from tutor plus interaction with other people some who will be not as capable as you to some that are more capable so you also learn from each other.Sorry i,ve gone on a bit but i was reluctant to go to start with now i really look forward to going also these days if you don,t use it you will lose it and that would be a shame for all
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Last Edited by redbusa99 on 25/09/2010 - 08:55

terje-l

Link Posted 25/09/2010 - 17:04
Quote:
Whilst I have cucusoft to "grab" Youtube stuff,I`m of the view that a "bought" DVD may be more "professional" in both presentation & content.

Didn't you find any DVDs for purchase by Google? Also try amazon,com.
Best regards
Terry

K20D, Optio I10, DA 18-55 1:3.5-5.6 AL II, A 1:1.7/50, D FA 1:2.8/100 Macro, Sigma 70-300 1:4-5.6 APO DG Macro, Pentax AF 360FGZ
Last Edited by terje-l on 25/09/2010 - 17:04
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