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FREE TUTORIALS

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FORUMS

 

 

An essential part of the site are the Forums.
It is through them that the site gets "life".
You will have to be a registered member if you want to start posts or reply to threads.

VIDEOS of SCOTLAND

Although I have lived abroad longer than in my native Scotland, I still try to find enough time and money to visit home.
Unfortunately visits are few and far between. So I try to keep the memories alive through my videos.
Last year my wife, Megumi, and I were in Scotland for 17 days. We have been editing the mateial for over a year now. So far we have reached Day 5 !

VIDEOS of JAPAN

Even after 17 years in Japan, my gaijin-eyes still find so many interesting things that catch my eye. I try to capture what I see and present it in an informative and interesting way.
Examples of my earlier work and my more recent projects can be found by using the button below.

Who are We?

You can read a little about us by
clicking on the button below.

Where are We?

We are situated on the Island of Kyushu, Japan

USEFUL LINKS

Here you can find a number of useful links to other sites that can be of interest

NEW VIDEO added

It took almost 9 months to finish Day 3! Now Day 4 is online, only 5 days shy of 1 year from the shooting!

TUTORIAL BUNDLE

The first "bundle" for mere mortals on Boris RED/ AvidFX is now ready for purchase in the Shop

Paid Tutorials

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We also have a number of tutorial collections that can be purchased through our shop.

DVC SHOWCASE

I have added a new page under EDIUS in the Members Tutorials Area.
On the page I will be showcasing some of the extremely useful EDIUS tutorials by David Vincent Clarke.


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