Tuesday, 27 May 2008
I've been nagging many of my friends to read strobist.com, but the simple fact of the matter is that there is a hell of a lot of material to get through and because it's a blog it's not always structured in the most accessible way for learning. I sometimes have trouble navigating to articles that I want to re-read and I've been reading it from quite early on.
I think many people don't read the site from end to end, as evidenced by the number of questions in the flickr group, that already have detailed answers in the blog.
Up until now, the best way to get up to speed was to go on one of the strobist seminars that have taken place all over the globe, but they are few and far between. Having been on the London seminar, I can tell you that it is worth every penny and true to his philosophy David's seminars are excellent value for money.
But now for less than the price of a seminar, you can watch David in action on 8 DVDs over ten hours. So if you were thinking of getting into strobism but haven't read the whole blog, this looks like it might be the best way to do it.
For the soft sell, hop along to Strobist.com and read what David has to say about it. He has an excerpt on youtube so you can see the sort of thing you will be getting. Oh and hurry up, there's only 1000 and they are selling like hotcakes.