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  1. sanju sanpui.

    frist i don't want to show the video for duration,but when the video started i see the video to the end. that's so easy to understand. i watched many video on youtube for tutorial , but this video is full package for beginers . THANK YOU so much for made this video.

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  2. Prashant Ghimire

    Best tutorial ever. Dont need to go to photography school when we have tutorial like this. Thank you so much. 🤗

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  3. Chingkwan Ho

    Thank you so much! This was very very useful! I haven't touched a DSLR for a while and was very rusty on the basics. So, this was a very informative and concise review.

    I do have a question. I'm interested to shoot indoors, where the household lighting is dim but warm. What is a good way to approach that and avoid the graininess of extremely high ISO? Or is it just better to light up the room (but that will destroy my original intention of shooting the dimly warm feeling)?

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  4. Carl Silva

    sweet! I watched the whole thing & took notes…Very informative and Loved how you explained things. Now I feel like I know what I'm doing LOL! Thanks!

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  5. Kemunto Bear

    You have answered all the questiins i had as a beginner thank you

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  6. G Lando

    Absolutely agree with Sean..excellent video, very educational for a very green beginner, and kept it entertaining! thank you!!

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  7. Video Production of Grand Rapids Mi

    Thanks for making it clear and understandable!

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  8. Edward Lee

    great video but even better jazz great sound you are a great teacher

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  9. Duncan Grixti

    Woow, My friend you made the most informative video out there with lots of information explained. You earned a subscribe button and looking forward for more of your tutorials. Peace

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  10. G Nayar

    Nice tutorial…..need to know more about the videography. I am a cinematography student i really interested to study lessons via tutorials pls help to do so. Basics of videography …Once again thanks for the tutorial Discasa

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  11. Sohayla Masarwi

    by far, this tutorial is the best out there! couldn't be more clear, easy to understand and very informative. oh and the best part, not boring at all! thank you so much for uploading it. it helped me a lot, understanding my camera and taking better photo. thank you 🙂

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  12. Suriya Jaekoma

    Man thank you so much for this video!!!! You're such a good teacher. I've read and read and watched and watched more and wasn't getting it. Then I came across your video and it all makes sense now. Thanks so much.

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  13. Suresh Kumar

    Best tutorial for photographer beginners to learn and good explanation thanks brother .

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  14. Mike Reece

    I really enjoyed your video. I'm just learning and it was very helpful. I'm a realtor and do lots of interior shots. what lens would you recommend that's not crazy expensive? thank you

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  15. Eric Simmons

    Your tutorial was absolutely amazing! You made it very understandable with examples in languge most can understand. Thank you!

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  16. Emilie James

    Thought it was a great video until he described the shutter speeds as "retarded." Had to turn it off. You seem like a smart guy, use smarter words. 🙂

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  17. Sumit kumar sharma

    The best photography tutorial i have ever seen, it helped me a lot. Thanks …

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  18. biggjohn A

    I had got me a cup of coffee and watched your  video.Finally someone who broke it down for my dum ass can understand..lol.Your an awesome teacher.

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