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New tutorial DVDs now available!

Posted: Wed, 17th Jun 2009, 3:17pm

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Simon K Jones

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Two new tutorial DVDs are now available in the FXhome.com online store:

Learn: PhotoKey

Take a video tour around all of PhotoKey's features and find out how to make the most of the software. Ideal viewing for PhotoKey beginners and intermediates. Also available as part of the new PhotoKey 2 Pro Bundle. Find out more here.

ISM: The Anatomy of Filmmaking

We're excited to introduce this remarkable product from Independent Student Media. The massive 10 DVD set includes a three hour 'making of' documentary, a 45-page filmmaker's checklist and 120 minutes of uncut raw footage, enabling you to create your own version of short film High Value Target. Check out a preview video here!

Posted: Wed, 17th Jun 2009, 5:53pm

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Cool stuff Tarn! If only I had like $300.00 laying around... Oh well maybe I will get those tutorials later...
Posted: Wed, 17th Jun 2009, 6:14pm

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Why is the tutorial on filmmaking so expensive? Can't buy it but that looks great Tarn! If only I had an extra $300. *Sigh*
Posted: Wed, 17th Jun 2009, 7:14pm

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Boy, it's moments like this that make me wish for a regular income.
Posted: Wed, 17th Jun 2009, 10:55pm

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Storm Grenade wrote:

Why is the tutorial on filmmaking so expensive?
There is more than just tutorial stuff, and it is like 10 DVD's so I think that is what is upping the price so much, seeing as there is like 5 dvd's of raw footage!
Posted: Sat, 20th Jun 2009, 10:47am

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I can't afford it either right now and it does look a really great idea with the raw footage there to play with yourself. I don't think the price is high at all, it's about what I expected to see once I read the forum post about it. Looks like good value to me, Just because you can't affrod it, doesn't make it expensive.
Posted: Sun, 21st Jun 2009, 1:02am

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jotoki wrote:

I can't afford it either right now and it does look a really great idea with the raw footage there to play with yourself. I don't think the price is high at all, it's about what I expected to see once I read the forum post about it. Looks like good value to me, Just because you can't affrod it, doesn't make it expensive.
Yeah...well its not expensive for you but its expensive for me. Right now I'm saving up for...

1)HV30 Camera (EXPENSIVE biggrin )
2)Sollthar's stock footage
3)H2 Handy Recorder HERE or Boom Mic HERE
4)Designer Sound FX HERE
5)Pro Scores HERE

Need help choosing which mic! Please help! Now tightening the BELT! wink
Posted: Sun, 21st Jun 2009, 9:03am

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I can only guess you missed the point where I said I can't afford it either wink

My point is for what it is it is not expensive. It is out of both our price ranges right now however and that's a whole different thing. SALE SALE SALE!!!!