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Jan 09, 2011 22:40 |  #1

I am interested in any recommended YouTube clips pertaining to wedding photography. Nothing in particular but just anything that would be good for the ol' knowledge base for wedding photography.


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Jan 09, 2011 23:28 |  #2

Not youtube, but try the Masters of Wedding Photography DVDs, and The ICE Society has HEAPS of tutorial type videos. Both are mostly motivational, with an educational component.


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Jan 09, 2011 23:32 |  #3

If you want to learn learn from something that has substance and not Youtube clips. I know some people post things that help but still, when it comes good lessons, gotta spend some money.


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Jan 10, 2011 01:41 |  #4

Try searching for photography through vimeo.com. There are some really good videos on there (mostly general photography based but there are whole series of the things)


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Jan 10, 2011 06:58 |  #5

When on sale, the Photovision DVD's are not very expensive and a pretty good value, IMO.


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Jan 10, 2011 15:58 |  #6

I don't have any good suggestions for you regarding vids. What I can say is that I can watch videos on photography till I'm blue in the face, and maybe take a few things from it, but nothing beats getting yourself out there for a hands on experience. If you want to learn from others, take a workshop from a local photog who knows what he/she is doing. It may cost a little $$, but the experience will pay for itself quickly.
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Jan 15, 2011 16:30 |  #7

photovision x2 and kelbytraining.com


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Jan 30, 2018 19:23 |  #8

I've been watching some finds on you tube lately, just to sorta see what the trend is ..
and I'll tell you, this guy Jason Lanier is really pretty complete, and very easy to follow.

He does have a nice size staff/assistants that's provided him, lol .. wish I cold afford a crew like that ...
I might add, I am in no way affiliated, and am not attempting any advertising ... ahem ..

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Jan 31, 2018 10:46 |  #9

I agree about the crew. I only watched a couple of bits. The one with the car zooming past was well done, but the bride model looked too willing. I've never shot a wedding where the bride looked so...... You'll know what I mean if you watch it. I though wedding photography was about love and romance, not that. IMHO it cheapens it.


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Feb 01, 2018 14:43 |  #10

yes Colin seen that video a few times ... ehhh, it is what it is ... very different indeed ..
I just look at all of his stuff as tech/lighting etc .... I believe that desert car shoot was an ad though
Could be wrong ... I dunno ...

If I had a crew like that, I could actually create some fun stuff ....


  
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Feb 02, 2018 06:54 |  #11

I think his PP adds to his images. I have some Matt Kloskowski presets that mimic the feel of it, but they tend to overcook things, and I haven't figured out how to lessen the look exactly the right amount to match. Any idea what he does to get that look?


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