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May 06, 2013 09:29 |  #1

Anyone a big fan of this series?

i have learned a lot from watching mark's videos

He is so clear and on point.

check it out here

http://www.youtube.com …CFrmZQhRSVgnCre​E0mM2QQg/u (external link)

thoughts? anyone else a big fan of Mark's videos and work?


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May 06, 2013 11:21 |  #2

I watched a few webinars with him, very informative. Thanks for the link, I always seem to forget about youtube as a wealth of knowledge :p.


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May 06, 2013 11:47 as a reply to  @ Bilderknipser's post |  #3

Yep I watched quite a few when I first got my camera - very useful. Went back the other night and re-watched the ones on lighting.


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May 06, 2013 14:10 |  #4

Yea i been watching a lot of the lighting ones. learned loads from it!


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May 06, 2013 15:09 |  #5

Yup, loved that series.


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May 06, 2013 15:10 |  #6

Mark´s the best! Very communicative!
I think I watched every single video of the 101 series!


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May 06, 2013 21:14 |  #7

I've watched and enjoyed quite a few of Wallace's videos. The information is usually good, and I like that he doesn't engage in a lot of silliness and nonsense.


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May 07, 2013 13:29 |  #8

I think his beginner episodes are by far the best noobie tutorials. I love them, and when I have family or friends interested in photography, I always link them to it.

I had already shot digital for a few years before stumbling on this video: http://www.youtube.com​/watch?v=Xnn5nzPvoIM (external link)

it blew me away how little I knew about my camera at the time. This helped me incredibly.


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May 07, 2013 13:42 |  #9

Mark is a wonderful teacher. I've been an available light shooter until now. But lately I've added strobes and speedlites and his informative videos on how to use lighting makes the learning curve so much faster and less painful. One thing that really stands out in Mark's videos, as compared to others, is he gets straight to the point.

To contrast Mark's excellent to-the-point style of instruction, I watched a recent Bryan Peterson video on Youtube and Bryan spent 3/4 of the whole video talking up how insanely awesome this new technique he was going to teach was. When he finally got around to showing the new technique it was a let-down - kinda cool, but not go-out-and-buy-new-gear-awesome-cool. And I'm not hating on Bryan at all...just saying Mark really packs his videos full of great instruction.


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May 08, 2013 18:29 |  #10

Yes Mark delivers his point much better then any other photographer i know!

I been watching a lot of the stroble/flash videos and learned sooo much about it.

He even explained the inverse square law soo easily! try reading about it first time and it will give you a headache!


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May 08, 2013 21:49 |  #11

I need to start from the beginning and watch all of his stuff. Even though I already have quite a bit of technical knowledge, I really like his presentation and its always good to see it in action.




  
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May 08, 2013 22:04 |  #12

Another fan here.
Another reason to thank Adorama.
I did my purchase today from them, when I could buy the same item from Amazon too.
Go go Adorama for all the good things you do.


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May 12, 2013 12:53 |  #13

samsen wrote in post #15913036 (external link)
Another fan here.
Another reason to thank Adorama.
I did my purchase today from them, when I could buy the same item from Amazon too.
Go go Adorama for all the good things you do.

Just wanted to let you all know that I copied your feedback over to Mark - and to Mason - editor of the Adorama Learning Center.

I know they'll both be delighted!



  
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May 12, 2013 13:03 |  #14

when i first started out i watched all his video. probably my favorite teacher. screw all the rockstar photographer teachers out there. "you just got a camera? go shoot a wedding! you can do it! no regrets - live laugh love"


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