Canon 7D Wireless Flash Transmitter Video | Canon 7 D DVD

Another free lesson from the Canon 7D DVD- This is one of the more advanced lessons.

All of my DVDs say “Made for Beginners” and thus, I am often asked if my DVDs will help Advanced users. The answer is “Absolutely!!”. The reason I have “Made for Beginners” on my DVDs is because they are beginner friendly- this should not be interpreted as “For Beginners Only” because my goal is to take someone who knows nothing about cameras and turn them into a highly knowledgeable, advanced photographer with just a few hours of lessons (its not easy). Most EXTREMELY experienced photographers who have seen my videos LOVE them. One said “There was a lot of information on here I didn’t know about, and not just the new features either. Having the menu laid out the way it is saves a lot of trouble. Even the things I did know were good to review.”

To give you a taste of an advanced lesson, check out this one on the 7D Wireless Flash Transmitter System. It assumes you own and know your speedlite, BUT, it takes what could possibly turn into weeks of trying to figure out how the menu works and turns it into about 5 minutes. Well worth the investment of about $45 considering there is nearly 4 hours of these lessons. Enjoy!

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Why the most common excuse for DVD Piracy doesnt apply to Michael’s DVDs..

Just about every week I get an email from someone asking for a free DVD or a discount. I REALLY do understand being short on cash, trust me, most of my life has been on a very tight budget and in the beginning I sympathized with them. As many of you know, there are also a lot of people out there who steal my videos as well. Nearly all of these people reason that they are short on cash…right?

Let me ask you guys….a person goes out and spends $1200+ for camera gear, and now they cant afford a $35-45 DVD? If it really isn’t about being broke (which most of them claim they are) why would they do it then? I just have a really hard time believing that anyone who can spend that kind of money on a camera, would be as financially strapped as they claim….ya know?

My theory on this is that although they actually do have the money, they are just cheap. But even then…that doesnt make sense, because if they were cheap…wouldn’t they still be camera purchase adverse? Wouldn’t they buy a camera second hand before buying it new?

Lets assume its not being financially strapped or just cheap…what other reason could it be?