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Old July 27th, 2006, 11:53 AM   #1
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Any reviews for these instructional video's?

Hi,

I am wondering if anyone here has viewed these dvd's and can tell me if they are worthwhile? I didn't see them listed in Glen's resources.

"The Wedding Videographer's Companion DVD's Volumes 1 and 2" with John Cooksey
http://www.elitevideo.com/index.asp?...ROD&ProdID=102

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Old July 27th, 2006, 12:45 PM   #2
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Hey Cara,
I bought that dvd approx 4mos ago. It's a good training material. I would recommend it. It's not in-depth training but it presents and quickly explains what many prof videographers are doing, and many simple techniques they are using. The training material Glen has recommended is more in-depth training for specific techniques and skills. Cooksey training dvd is not in-depth like those but it hits many techniques and ideas that are very viable to this business. A great companion to that dvd is his broadcast techniques which with these 2 dvd's you've got a really great resource. Chris Watson also has a training DVD out which I picked up and is very good as well. "Super Charge your Raw footage" http://4evergroup.moorecastsites.com/20467_2793.asp
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Old July 27th, 2006, 12:48 PM   #3
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Hey Cara,
I bought that dvd approx 4mos ago. It's a good training material. I would recommend it. It's not in-depth training but it presents and quickly explains what many prof videographers are doing, and many simple techniques they are using. The training material Glen has recommended is more in-depth training for specific techniques and skills. Cooksey training dvd is not in-depth like those but it hits many techniques and ideas that are very viable to this business. A great companion to that dvd is his broadcast techniques which with these 2 dvd's you've got a really great resource. Chris Watson also has a training DVD out which I picked up and is very good as well. "Super Charge your Raw footage" http://4evergroup.moorecastsites.com/20467_2793.asp
Hope this helps
Monday
Sweet! Thanks for the info. I just purchased the advanced broadcast techniques 2 dvd set and am waiting anxiously for it to arrive. The Watson training does look good and I love his work - that'll have to be my next purchase.
Thanks Again!
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