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Photos in a Flash [Interactive DVD]


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  • Actors: Host & Producer Robert Lane
  • Format: HiFi Sound, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Studio: Lumenosity LLC
  • DVD Release Date: March 20, 2007
  • Run Time: 120 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000JUB2RG
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #599,177 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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From the Contributor

Highlights of Volume One:

- Covers all aspects of consumer photography from beginner to advanced amateur.
- Both Film and Digital cameras and technologies covered.
- Photos in a Flash Cards® reference each main DVD chapter making for a handy guide that is small enough to stay with the camera.
- The exclusive Slice in 5® system: An easy-to-use method for proper composition of any photographic situation.
- Unique fully interactive sections* allow the user to take control of the lessons.
- Special hardware sections will aid in making camera and accessory purchase decisions.
- Printing options including home and lab printing are discussed in detail.
- Delivered in DVD format the discs play in any DVD player: home, portable or in a home computer** (Mac or PC compatible)***

* Requires use of remote control supplied with DVD player.
** Requires DVD playback software not bundled with this product.
*** See users guide supplied with your home computer for DVD playback options. Older Windows 98/ME PC's and laptops may not display DVD content properly; see users guide supplied with your computer for more information.

Product Description

Learn to Shoot Like a Pro, in a day!(tm) Digital photography has created greater numbers of beginner, hobbyist and amateur photographers than ever before. Digital cameras have also made frequent photo-taking more pleasurable and cost effective. However, one problem still plagues most non-professional photographers: How to get better results from their photo taking without spending big money on high-end equipment or endless hours taking classes, or reading boring books or websites?

The answer is: Photos in a Flash! This fully interactive DVDs series will show you how to shoot like a pro, in a day!
The common misconception is, to create good photographs you need expensive equipment and or professional experience. However, good and even great imagery actually comes from a combination of basic equipment knowledge and solid compositional techniques, concepts anyone can easily learn and use. This is the foundation of the Photos in a Flash series.

Taught in an easy to understand step-by-step format using plain language, Photos in a Flash teaches universal photographic knowledge that can be applied to any subject material or equipment type. In fact, the class will help define camera equipment needs!

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"Photos in a Flash" is a great teaching tool.
Jeffrey John Kubacz
Robert has done a fantastic job in the production of this informative and entertaining DVD series.
VeryImpMan
She is actually taking much better pictures now, and enjoying using her camera a lot more.
Creative Jedi

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Pedro M. Dias on February 20, 2009
DIDNT explain enough i felt like he was in a rush to end the DVD, he showed alot of examples but never showed how he got them ......its not worth the 50 dollars that i spent i wish i could get my money back .......if your looking to improve your skills in photography i say read the book understanding exposure by Bryan peterson...he shows examples of how he got the picture and explains it way better then this DVD....... i dont understand the other people who gave this DVD a top rating the only thing i got out of this DVD is the white balance part even then i felt rushed....best of luck to whos reading this and hope you dont waste your money on this .......cheers
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By AmazonAddict on November 10, 2006
Wow! This is what I've been waiting for. Thanks Robert for giving us the "insider" photography tips. Changing our mediocre or even awful photo skills into something to be proud of! All of the examples and techniques were not only extremely helpful and easy to remember, but very well put together and simple to understand. I highly recommend it!
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I reviewed many CD's on digital photography only to find most were camera specific, boring, way to advanced, or over priced for what you got. "Photos in a Flash" is a great teaching tool. It is, in my opinion, the best product on the market for teaching entry level digital photography. My only complaint is that the second series has not been published yet.
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