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Customer Reviews

Not all that great

Gavin is eager and excited about his show but it is filled with a lot of extra garbage you have to wade through and to stay on track. If you can get past his endless plugs, poor delivery and circular rambling there are tidbits that might be worthwhile. Despite its name it is better for the aspiring photographer rather than a true "Pro".

Too much ranting...

Not a good interviewer - talks too much often giving the interviewee no opportunity to express their views on it. If you are especially looking for a canon wedding photographer and his views on the world - this is it for you.

A waste of time

DO NOT SUBSCRIBE TO THIS PODCAST!!!!!! It is a complete waste of time. All Gavin Seim does is talk about Photoshop, Mac computers, his Gary Fong Lightsphere, his Canon 50mm 1.4, and his 70-200 2.8. I don't know how he managed to fill up 30 episodes with content like that, but his circular ramblings help a lot. I do suggest, however, to selectively download the interviews he has. While he is a terrible interviewer, he apparently has some kind of talent in rounding up very good photographers, who, unlike Gavin, know what they are talking about and have alot of great advice to dispense. If you can make it through Gaving talking way too much and hardly letting them get a word in edgewise, these select podcasts are very helpful. Beyond that, these podcasts are nothing more than one person geeking over photoshop and equipment, assuming his equipment is the best (refering to his mentioning of the "dark side" when it comes to equipment not his own.) Just a waste of time.