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Kelby Media DVD: Wedding Photography: Rapid-Fire Tips and Tricks by David Ziser

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Wedding Photography: Rapid-Fire Tips and Tricks - Wedding photography is complicated and often filled with problems. However, in this DVD, you'll learn form someone who's been doing it for over 25 years and has mastered all the ins and outs. When you're finished with these lessons, you'll know how to problem solve and be fully equipped with tips, tricks and shortcuts that will help you get better wedding shots. That, in turn, will lead to more business, more profit and more referrals.

Contents

Lesson 01: Shooting in Natural Surroundings (3:12)
Lesson 02: Avoiding the Dappled Lighting (1:43)
Lesson 03: Building the Photograph (3:43)
Lesson 04: Longer Focal Length (2:32)
Lesson 05: Head and Shoulders Shot (7:38)
Lesson 06: Pampas Grass Background (6:21)
Lesson 07: Bright, Direct Sunlight (2:58)
Lesson 08: Checking for Blinkies (4:06)
Lesson 09: Brick Background (9:40)
Lesson 10: Working with Available Light (4:04)
Lesson 11: Leading Lines (4:29)
Lesson 12: Finding a Location (4:18)
Lesson 13: Classic Profile Views (3:41)
Lesson 14: Directional Light (2:43)
Lesson 15: Posing for the Final Shots (8:24)
Subject Photography Books & Tutorials
Author David Ziser
Edition 1st
Hard/Soft Cover DVD
Pages Not Specified by Manufacturer
Dimensions DVD
Illustrations Yes
ISBN Number Product #: DVD-WDZ3
Publisher Kelby Training
Date Published 2010

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4.0

Great DVD for your reference library

By dpyancy

from Pennsylvania, USA

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        Comments about Kelby Media DVD: Wedding Photography: Rapid-Fire Tips and Tricks by David Ziser:

        Useful information.
        This DVD is only meant for computers. It isn't for DVD players.

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        4.0

        Awesome info, but not DVD!

        By bpr515

        from Lehigh Valley, PA

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        • Informative

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        • Not a true DVD

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        • Educational
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        Comments about Kelby Media DVD: Wedding Photography: Rapid-Fire Tips and Tricks by David Ziser:

        David Ziser is the authority on how to capture images in every lighting situation imaginable. If you've read his book, Captured By The Light, you know what a freak (in a good way) he is for getting cool, dramatic light. Not surprisingly, this DVD is great. David walks you through several situations and how to adjust your camera to create great light/images.

        My only complaint is that this is a DATA disc and not a DVD. It will not play in your DVD player. Easy enough to watch on the computer, but not nearly as convenient. I've talked to the manufacturer and they only produce DATA discs and not DVDs. So, just something to know going in. Otherwise, it's a very good instructional "DVD".

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