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Ummm, $1000!!!? I'd say he was making a living on a lot more than just photography. I'm certain he has put in a lot of time and effort on this and there must be people who think this is a bargain, but...a thousand bucks? Ya gotta be kidding.

The standard fare to for a seminar on a daily basis is from $300-$$500 per day and a day normally means about 5 hours of useful, or should I say presented, material, at least in the IT industry. Some courses were in the $1,000 per day range.

These courses or presented on a circuit around the country and are written, a lot of times, by people like you and me.

These for me did not come close to the level of quality I received at university.

So if this DVD provides you with 9 hours on instructional time then it is in the normal range for professional business material.

Buying a DVD like this is a business decision unless you have lots of extra money, and for some it may pay off with future income.

Niels Henriksen

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