Friday, November 5, 2010

Free instructional photography videos...


If you are looking to learn about photography we have a great resource for you, the "Lastolite School of Photography".

It's free and online so if you have an internet connection you'll have some very good instructional videos at your finger tips.

You even have the opportunity to download them to watch when you don't have online access.

The Lastolite School of Photography is available to you via their website, iTunes, and/or their YouTube channel.

There are about 30 videos ranging from just 2 and up to 30 minutes long and yes the videos feature Lastolite softboxes, umbrellas, other lights and modifiers but the information and techniques are applicable regardless of the name on the product.

An umbrella is an umbrella, a softbox is a softbox, and.... well, I think you get my point.

;)

Here's a quick two minute video to give you a "taste" of what they offer. A video "hors d'oeuvres" (I am just soooo witty this morning).



9 comments:

Miguel Palaviccini said...

Thanks! Never heard of these videos.

Paula said...

Ah ha, this is great. So much easier to watch a video than read a book. I think I'm going to love these. Oh and the accent helps too. Love the accent :-) Thanks for the tips. Bookmarking now!

MindStorm said...

I had never heard of them either. Just added to iTunes and downloading the set now.

Wish they were smarter about their description though. Every description opens with "In this episode, professional photo... blah, blah" The result is that the listing in iTunes just shows that same redundant text for each video. Can't see anything about what is to be included... :(

Gabor said...

This is pretty good, I'm just starting to get into the world of off camera lighting, this seems to be a good start. Learning from videos is usually much easier than from text, especially when you need so set up things.

half blind said...

The videos are very informative and imho worth watching

Maryann [MF*****Fotos] said...

Wow! Great stuff and FREE!

Ashley Hataway said...

Thanks for posting! :)

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bas said...

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