July 10, 2013

off-camera flash photography essentials – video tutorials

I would like to remind everyone that the video tutorials – Off-Camera Flash Essentials – that were created for the ClickinMoms as a Break-Out Session, are still available for purchase.

It’s essentially a flash photography workshop – 90 minutes of video tutorials for $60.

The first section is a 45 minute video seminar where, with the help of images, the basics of flash photography and off-camera flash photography are explained. The final 45 minutes are divided into different sections, including a section where we work on-location.


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1 Jeffrey April 18, 2013 at 11:37 pm

Awesome, thanks for referencing the videos for sale in this article. I went ahead and purchased them; maybe I will learn something new!


2 Mike Greenslade April 22, 2013 at 5:07 pm

Hi Neil!
I ordered and paid for the Video but during Downloading it failed. I am now getting the words:-

“Sorry, you have reached your download limit for this file Go to homepage”.
Any suggestions!


3 Jeffrey April 22, 2013 at 10:00 pm

Yes, I had the same problem. You are limited to the number of times you can access it. What I had to do was email. Go to this form and fill it out with your order # and the issue you were having.


The support team replied to me within about a day or so and reset my access to the links I needed.

I found that my ISP Verizon was resetting my connection (by sending a RST packet to my connection) which drops it after about 1 GB or so was downloaded of the file. I ended up using a third party proxy service to bypass their filtering devices so they could not block me again and I was able to download it.


4 Mike Greenslade April 23, 2013 at 2:33 pm

All sorted now!
I emailed clickinmoms.com and they kindly sent me the Individual Links to each segment.
I have downloaded them all, no problem!
Great Service!
Video looks excellant quality!
Thanks Neil!


5 Mario April 26, 2013 at 2:50 pm

I just purchased your video and can’t wait to start viewing it Neil. I have enjoyed reading your blogs, but nothing beats watching a video to learn how it is done.


6 Hal April 29, 2013 at 4:20 am

What’s the difference between the “Off-camera flash essentials” and “Don’t fear your flash” video sessions?


7 Neil vN April 29, 2013 at 8:25 am

Don’t Fear Your Flash concentrated mainly on on-camera / bounce flash photography, but by the nature of it there will be some overlap when the principles are explained.


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