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Normal Price: $197 Your Price: $97 Use code “100off” at checkout to claim your discount. Introducing… the ultimate guide to unlocking the hidden power of your DSLR so you can start shooting high quality video in the next few days: The FroKnowsPhoto Guide to Shooting Video With this brand new video guide you’ll: Be able…

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Introducing… the ultimate guide to unlocking the hidden power of your DSLR so you can start shooting high quality video in the next few days:

The FroKnowsPhoto Guide

to Shooting Video

With this brand new video guide you’ll:

  • Be able to shoot any type of video with your DSLR, micro 4/3’s, or mirrorless camera
  • Instantly make more money with your DSLR by adding an in demand and high value skill to your arsenal
  • Learn the video production secrets of an award winning filmmaker and photographer so you can start
    shooting high quality video faster than you ever thought possible

By Caliph Gamble

I’ve earned two degrees from Full Sail University and I learned as much from Todd & Fro in one night…

“If you spend an evening with the FroKnowsPhoto Guide to DSLR Video, you’ll save time and money trying to understand the film industry. I’ve earned two degrees from Full Sail University and I learned as much from Todd & Fro in one night as any course in my alma matar. This instructional series gives you the confidence to know you can take on a project and have an understanding of what you’re doing.”

Caliph Gamble


(Filmmaker, Gamble Companies), Full Sail Graduate

As a lifelong photographer I know what it’s like to be frustrated by the quality of your videos. You’re dealing with the same concepts and settings — like shutter speed, ISO, and aperture — but the rules are completely different. When I first started shooting video I got frustrated pretty quickly when I couldn’t figure everything out, despite my years of photography experience.

Searching for information only led to more questions, years of painfully slow learning and endless hours of experimentation that gave me so-so results for a LONG time…

After the last 4 years of shooting and producing my own videos, I know firsthand how much there is to learn and how difficult it is to find the RIGHT information that helps you get better instead of worse. It honestly took me years to learn all of the secrets, techniques, and concepts that go into shooting world class videos.

I don’t want that for you though.

What if you could take a massive shortcut and get ALL of the information you need to shoot video in a matter of days instead of years?

What if you could learn exactly how an award winning filmmaker and photographer shoot, produce, direct, and edit breathtaking HD videos using an entry level DSLR?

What if you could look behind the scenes, follow them on video shoots to learn their secrets, and see exactly how to do it for yourself…all at the same time?

With the brand new FroKnowsPhoto Guide to shooting Video you can do all of this and much, much more with ANY DSLR that shoots video.

This guide will introduce you to our “one man band” concept which means that you will be able to:

  • Easily shoot, direct, produce, and edit videos on your own without a crew or any extra help
  • Create breathtaking videos, even if you have an entry level camera and no expensive equipment (even if you’re on a shoestring budget, you can do everything we teach)
  • Create dynamic scenes, tell inspiring stories, and capture high quality video

Whether you just bought your first DSLR or you’re a seasoned photographer that wants a fast and systematic approach to DSLR video, this guide is going to be extremely valuable to you.

Do you want to shoot video like a pro?

Have you ignored video because you don’t know exactly how to setup your camera, audio, lighting, or video shoots?

Have you had a DSLR for awhile but haven’t ventured into shooting video because you’re not happy with the results you’ve been getting?

Or, do you just think video is too expensive and complicated to produce?

If you answered yes to any of the above questions then I have some GREAT news:

It doesn’t matter if you want to make more money with your DSLR by shooting professional videos like interviews, electronic press kits, music videos and movies…

Or you just want to shoot better videos of your kids sporting events…your sisters wedding…or your own passion projects…this new guide has you covered.

The FroKnowsPhoto Guide to Shooting Video will give you all of the tools you need to shoot…

Corporate Interviews

Music Videos

Youtube Content

Movies & Short Films

Family Events

Charity Events

Sports Games

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After 4 years of creating over 1,700 YouTube videos and two full training guides I’ve gotten A LOT of questions about how I shoot, produce, direct, and edit my videos. In fact, so many of my readers requested more training on my DSLR video process that I decided to put together my most comprehensive guide yet…

I partnered up with my good friend and award winning filmmaker Todd Wolfe to create the most comprehensive system for learning DSLR video I’ve ever created: the FroKnowsPhoto Guide to Shooting Video.

This guide is going to help you:

  • Learn the entire process of shooting any type of video from start to finish (with step-by-step detail
    and real world examples)
  • Shoot high quality videos of ANYTHING you can imagine – our rules and secrets apply to virtually
    every type of video!
  • Shave months or years of time off the process of learning to shoot solid video of anything
  • Discover the secrets of shooting video straight from an award winning filmmaker and photographer
  • Learn from someone who focuses on just video and someone who has successfully transitioned from
    stills to video

In this guide Todd and I dissect the ENTIRE process of shooting, lighting, capturing audio, and directing videos shot with a DSLR camera. We break down everything into easy to follow steps that anyone can learn from, whether you’re a seasoned pro or a complete newbie.

By Rob Timko

Within the first 20 minutes of watching the video guide that fear was gone…

“I’m a working photographer. I’ve always been intimidated by video, mainly due not understanding the functions of all of the gear that goes along with it.


Within the first 20 minutes of watching the video guide that fear was gone.”

Rob Timko


Professional Photographer “I make photos!”

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By Trace VanGorden

This video guide is a “must have” for anyone who wants to learn how to shoot video…

“Jared Polin and Todd Wolfe have assembled the ultimate beginner’s guide to understanding the fundamentals of shooting DSLR video. This video guide is a “must have” for anyone who wants to learn how to shoot DSLR video.


With the FroKnowsPhoto Guide to DSLR Video, I don’t have to search through hours of Youtube videos to find the tutorials I need. The chemistry between Jared and Todd is great and the material they cover together is comprehensive. After watching the video guide, I feel I have a solid understanding of how to shoot video with my DSLR camera. Thanks Jared and Todd!”

Trace VanGorden


Concert Photographer

Before I go any further, lets get one thing clear:

this isn’t your standard stiff and boring training program…

We don’t just sit there and feed you boring theory or useless fluff.

This, like all of my guides, is a HANDS ON training program designed to help you learn as rapidly as possible. You’re going to feel like we’re “on set” training you and teaching you our entire DSLR video system 1-on-1.

We don’t just talk about it either. You’ll get to tag along on four different video shoots so you can see our entire process as it happens. This is going to help you not only learn the concepts, but truly understand them so you can start shooting your own videos as soon as you finish the guide. We also take you INSIDE the camera so you can see exactly what the camera sees as we are shooting on set.

Not only is this no holds barred training program going to help you become a skilled videographer, with our highly engaging teaching style and insightful homework assignments you’ll absorb and understand the ideas QUICKLY so you can start creating your own videos in the next few days or weeks.

The FroKnowsPhoto Guide to Shooting Video will help you take better video than you ever have before, even if:

  • You’ve tried shooting your own videos and got mediocre results at best
  • You’ve tried learning video from other places around the Internet but still aren’t confident with your video skills
  • You’re on a budget and can’t afford fancy equipment or a crew
  • You just got your DSLR and don’t know where to start
  • Shooting video frustrates you and you think it’s too complicated
  • You’re a seasoned photographer with years of experience but have little experience with video

Here’s a Small Sample of the Guide…

By Matt Simpson

This guide should be priced higher, especially with the amount of content you get

“I’ve never had the guts to shoot video with my DSLR. Although I am a very confident photographer, not knowing how the same settings in photography relate to video made my attempts at shooting very amateur.


This guide has given me confidence to go out and shoot video as I needed to learn the settings due to work offering video options to clients so this guide will allow me to earn extra money when out on the job. This guide should be priced higher, especially with the amount of content you get and the quality of it is outstanding.”

Matt Simpson


Animals, Landscapes, People and Sports Photographer

This guide is for you if you:

  • Don’t want to spend months or years hunting for all the information you need to shoot video
  • Want to make more money with your DSLR
  • Like learning from experienced pros with a solid track record
  • Think shooting high quality DSLR video is too difficult or aren’t sure where to start
  • Are already shooting video but want to see how an award winning filmmaker does it from start to finish
  • Are a seasoned photographer who wants to quickly add video to their arsenal

Here’s an overview of what you’ll find in the first section:

Whether you have a Full Frame, Cropped Sensor, Mirrorless or Micro 4/3rds camera the same camera basic rules apply.

The goal of this section is to quickly refresh some best practices when venturing into shooting video.

A few of the secrets waiting for you in this section…

  • Todd’s recommended equipment setup for shooting on site or on set (everything you need to do it right and make it a smash hit)
  • The type of memory cards you should use for video and why (this is different than still photos)
  • The definitive guide to different sensor sizes, including the pros and cons of each
  • Our best practices to avoid issues when on shoots (most people completely overlook these)

Frame rate is one of the most important settings for DSLR video. Many cameras offer you 24, 30 and 60 fps but if you don’t choose wisely you might not capture the video you were looking for. In this section you will see us use Hungry Hungry Hippos to demonstrate the differences between the frame rates.

A few of the secrets waiting for you in this section…

  • How to master 24, 30, and 60 frames per second and exactly when you should use each
  • Todd’s best practices for capturing slow motion footage
  • How to get the cinematic “film look” with your DSLR
  • One simple adjustment that will make your videos look clean and crisp

Cameras today offer many different resolutions from low quality VGA to 1080HD and beyond. It’s extremely important to understand what the differences are and the reasons why you should select one over another. This is one section you can not miss.

A few of the secrets waiting for you in this section…

  • The #1 reason why you should always shoot video at your camera’s highest resolution (most people completely forget about this)
  • How to tell if your camera is automatically lowering your resolution and how to prevent it from happening again
  • How to “future proof” your work so you can keep up with industry standards

By Dan Johnson

Buying this guide for $197 is a bargain, getting it for $97 is a steal!

I work in the casino gaming industry and for years have had a vision to make a training video dealing with proper procedure, guest service and tips for dealing casino games. With this video I feel as though I have a good foundation to achieve this goal. The guide is easy to understand and both you and Todd do a fantastic job relaying the information. Buying this guide for $197 is a bargain, getting it for $97 is a steal!


Thanks again for all that you do for the photo community.

Dan Johnson


Aspiring Filmaker

In the FroKnowsPhoto Guide to DSLR Video you’ll also get to…

  • Look behind our cameras and see our exact settings on each shoot (we can’t make it any easier than this)
  • See exactly how every video setting looks in every combination (this section is an eye opener)
  • Follow us on four different video shoots so you can see the ENTIRE process start to finish

And here’s what you’re going to get access to in the second section:

Yes there is an exposure triangle for video just like photo. In fact it’s made up of the same elements but they act differently for video. Even if you have a handle on your exposure triangle for video you’re going to want to see the differences in action so you don’t make any of these common exposure mistakes.

A few of the secrets waiting for you in this section…

  • Why a basic kit lens with a slower aperture may be easier when attempting to follow focus
  • The exact parts of the exposure triangle you should focus on locking in (this is different than with stills)
  • Our video exposure triangle demonstration where you get to visually see the “cause and effect” when we make changes

Shutter Speed is directly tied into your frame rate but if you are coming from the stills world you have to know that shutter speed does more than just let more light in or cut back on light. There is no better way to see this in action than to watch the section where we show a metronome at different shutter speeds.

A few of the secrets waiting for you in this section…

  • Our “rule of thumb” to determine your exact shutter speed in comparison to your frame rate in under 10 seconds (this works every time!)
  • The differences between shutter speed for photos and video (many new videographers take months or years to really understand this)
  • What happens if you break the rules and shoot at a much faster shutter speed

Yes it controls the amount of light and depth of field but selecting the proper aperture will play a major part in how well you can “Follow Focus” to help you get that tack sharp video. The best way to see this in action is to watch us at the piano tickling the ivory.

A few of the secrets waiting for you in this section…

  • Our simple and easy to remember advice for making sure your videos are ALWAYS in focus
  • How to tell if you should shoot wide open vs. closed down
  • Our selective focus method that makes your videos even more interesting

Sometimes you just have to ride your ISO up or down to allow your shutter speed and aperture to work with the frame rate you chose. This plays a major role in the final quality of your video and whether or not you need to bring in more lighting.

A few of the secrets waiting for you in this section…

  • How we determine how high or low of an ISO to use in each shot
  • One simple adjustment that will allow you to dramatically lower your ISO
  • How you can use higher ISO to gain the “artistic look”

How much work do you want to do in post? Can your computer handle all the processing needed to do color correcting of a “flat” picture style? Our DSLR’s are not capturing RAW video (yet) so we have to pay very close attention to how we set our picture controls.

A few of the secrets waiting for you in this section…

  • Our top tips and tricks for making sure your picture style is always set properly
  • Todd’s “safeguards” to make sure you don’t set your styles wrong (this will avoid a lot of frustration and headaches in post production)
  • Todd and Jared’s technique to visually see the difference between an acceptable picture style and one that’s not even close

One of the keys to high quality video is stable footage. This means you will need a way to keep your camera still even when you are on the move. In this section we make it a key point to walk you through and demonstrate as many options as possible.

A few of the secrets waiting for you in this section…

  • How you can get stable video every time, even with no budget for more equipment
  • Our favorite techniques to utilize the gear you already have to stabilize your video
  • The #1 reason why you want to get stable video in the camera opposed to doing it in post (this is huge for video quality)

This section is all about camera movement. Sure you can shoot all of your DSLR videos stationary, but when you add movement your videos take on a whole new life. Check out all the different ways you can get movement to bring life to your videos.

A few of the secrets waiting for you in this section…

  • The best gear options for adding professional movement to your videos
  • Todd’s weird tip for adding movement in the RIGHT places to make your videos look much more professional
  • The best stabilizer to use to create dramatic scenes and openings

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And here’s what you’re going to get access to in the third section:

This lighting tutorial can be used in almost any situation. You’ll get to watch as we build from one to two to three lights so you can see how everything comes to life quickly and easily.

A few of the secrets waiting for you in this section…

  • How you can build a simple lighting setup to be used on almost any shoot
  • One simple way to create more dimension by making subtle changes to your key and fill lights
  • How to decide if you should use natural or artificial lighting
  • Our favorite ring light to create hard light and contrast in your scene

Quite possibly the most important part of your video has nothing to do with actual video, it’s audio. You could have the best looking video in the world but if it sounds terrible no one will watch it. This section will take the guess work out of how to set your audio levels. This is one thing I struggled with for a long time when first when I started shooting DSLR video. No matter what situation you will be in we have you covered with demonstrations.

A few of the secrets waiting for you in this section…

  • Our best pro tips for making sure your levels are ALWAYS in check
  • How to properly sync audio to save a ton of time in post
  • A complete guide to microphone options and when you should use each

Now that we are using moving images you have to really pay close attention to composition and coverage. Many of the rules of composition for photography still hold true with video but with some important additions to pay close attention to. You’ll get to learn all about coverage and why is it important since it’s the glue that holds your videos together.

You want to make sure you come back with all the footage options you need…wide shots, medium, tight, OTS or over the shoulder. Getting this just right helps tell your story which is key for creating videos people love to watch.

A few of the secrets waiting for you in this section…

  • A simple rule to “guide the audience” towards what you think is important in the scene
  • Where you should position your camera to tell the exact story you want
  • Why you need to create a “character axis” BEFORE shooting any scenes

This section covers how to keep continuous action and consistent detail in the various scenes. A prime example would be if the person you are interviewing has on glasses in one shot they better have them on in the next.

A few of the secrets waiting for you in this section…

  • Why it’s critical to pay attention to seemingly minor details from scene-to-scene
  • How to help your audience better understand the world you’re creating in your videos
  • A walkthrough on how to tie together coverage and continuity to make your viewers feel immersed in the scene

All I can say is I messed this up once and it will never happen again. There is a very specific reason this is a rule and why we spend so much time explaining and demonstrating it.

A few of the secrets waiting for you in this section…

  • A crash course on the 180 rule and why you need to follow it strictly
  • How to avoid confusing the people watching your video
  • A simple strategy to apply the 180 rule on all of your shoots

The bottom line is that there’s never been a faster, easier, or more engaging way to learn exactly how to shoot high quality videos with your DSLR

By Matty Simpson

I think this guide is perfect for anybody wanting to get the most out of their DSLR and get into video

“Where do I start? This guide is FULL of content. Straight off the bat Jared and Todd get down to teaching by going into the different types of cameras when it comes to video. Just like the Beginner Guide they breakdown the settings that are used on DSLR’s when shooting video in a fun and easy to digest way with examples that you can take and apply into real world shoots.


Overall I think this guide is perfect for anybody wanting to get the most out of their DSLR and get into video, it really has helped me understand the fundamentals of shooting video and given me that step up I needed to get over the fear of shooting video. Well worth buying.

Matty Simpson


Animals, Landscapes, People and Sports Photographer

Here’s an overview of what you’ll find in the fourth and final section:

It’s your job to get the right reactions from whoever you are shooting. In this section we hold nothing back and give you all of our best tips for being a better director.

A few of the secrets waiting for you in this section…

  • How to pull out the emotion in your scene from an actor
  • What to look for during an interview that will give you even better results
  • Three subtle tips that will take you from being just another person shooting video to a bonafide director

Being prepared is a major part of being a successful filmmaker. Did you storyboard your shoot? Did you scout your location? Did you hire talent? Pay close attention to this section as it will make your job so much easier.

A few of the secrets waiting for you in this section…

  • How to make sure you always select the right location for your shoot
  • The one thing to always remember that will jeopardize your shoot and cost you A LOT of time and money if you forget
  • Our simple strategies for dealing with situations when out on a shoot

Four REAL World Shoots

Now that we are using moving images you have to really pay close attention to composition and coverage. Many of the rules of composition for photography still hold true with video but with some important additions to pay close attention to. You’ll get to learn all about coverage and why is it important since it’s the glue that holds your videos together.

Have you ever seen a video that consists of interviews, live footage, b-roll and is all cut together into a finished product? That is what we call an “Electronic Press Kit” or EPK. This shoot will apply everything you’re going to learn in a corporate/commercial interview setting.

This section will take you step by step in setting up the camera, sound and lights for this client interview. In addition, you’ll watch as we go through the process of interviewing a client and shooting the b-roll to compliment it. Highly recommended for those with corporate, musician and wedding clientele.

This shoot throws everything taught inside the guide at shooting a music video. Watch us use various camera settings, lighting setups and camera motion to create an awesome video. This shoot also shows how direction can make your shots even better by simple communication. Highly recommended for future music video directors.

This shoot utilizes the various techniques from this guide in a scripted narrative setting like a short film or a full length feature film. This section will hammer down the importance of coverage and the 180 rule in addition to essential camera, sound and lighting settings and techniques.

This section will also give you a ton of insight on working with talent and directing scenes. Highly recommended for future filmmakers.

Have you ever wondered what goes into making a YouTube video? Is it as easy as you think it is or does it actually take some time? In this section you’ll get to see every step of the process I go through when making a “quick” product preview. How do I get my framing, focus, audio levels and everything else right? This section gives you everything you will need to know to shoot your own YouTube videos.

By Annette Matthews

I felt as if I were eavesdropping on a couple of experts while stealing their ideas.

“I love how you and Todd spoke to each other as the audience watched you have the conversations. I felt as if I were eavesdropping on a couple of experts while stealing their ideas.


The video was highly detailed and entertaining which kept my attention, as always, and kept me wanting more. Your explanation of what is needed and why was very thorough and easy to follow. I would recommend this video to anyone beginning or advanced.


After watching, I was highly motivated with confidence, that although I have not had the full experience to make video and even as a beginner with shooting, I felt that I was informed enough to go out and execute all of what was taught and what I learned with no problem. I want to thank you and Todd sincerely for putting this together. Your way of teaching and demonstration is absolutely easy to follow for any level photographer/videographer!”

Annette Matthews


Amateur Photographer aspiring to be a pro

All of this barely scratches the surface of what you’re going to learn in the FroKnowsPhoto Guide to Shooting Video

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You’ll also get instant access to

these special bonuses:

In this video I take you behind the scenes of my YouTube account and show you exactly how I create videos and generated 345,000+ subscribers.

Shooting the video is only half the battle. Many videographers struggle when it comes to editing and sink way too much time into the process. With the time you’re going to save on production after learning Todd’s editing process this bonus will be worth the cost of the guide by itself. The Editing Tips bonus is a full on guide that shows you some of Todd’s best tips for editing videos that he picked up over the years as a professional filmmaker and producer.

The best way to really grasp an idea after we teach you is to immediately put it into action. Instead of trying to guess what you should do next we give you fun and helpful homework assignments so you can master the concepts as we teach them to you. The homework assignments will help you retain and absorb twice as much information!

Even if you’re on scene or out on a shoot you can bring this PDF with you to make sure you have everything you need to shoot killer video. Print this out and take it with you EVERYWHERE!

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By Sam Hamberg

This video guide is built for everyone, the beginner or advanced user can learn from the teachings in this guide…

“I have been fond of Jared’s teaching style with photography and with Todd at his side am now fond of his teaching style with video. Todd brings a dynamic look at how you can create a very cinematic feel with just changing the angle a bit, and how important filler video shots can be when working in post-production. That’s right they even touch on the things that make a great video outside of just equipment and lighting.


This video guide is built for everyone, the beginner or advanced user can learn from the teachings in this guide. Thank you Jared and Todd again for letting me take the fear from video, along with the confidence to help my son with his video projects.”

Sam Hamberg


Aspiring Pro

By Shawn Taylor

This guide goes further than just basic camera settings but also goes in depth into film making…

“My expectation going into this was that Jared was going to simply teach us the technical side of camera settings for shooting dslr video, but what I got was that and so much more! This guide goes further than just basic camera settings but also goes in depth into film making.


Jared and Todd(Wolfe) do a good job of not only showing the DSLR tools and accessories that they suggest, but showing why they suggest it, and how they would use it. Just when you think there isn’t anything more that they could add, they take you on 4 video shoots and show you how it is all put together.”

Shawn Taylor


Aspiring Pro

Todd and I are so confident this guide will give you everything you need to start shooting DSLR video as quickly as possible that we offer a full two month money back guarantee.

If you are not satisfied for ANY REASON at all within the first 60 days of purchase, just contact us and we will issue you a full refund.

It doesn’t matter if you didn’t learn anything new, think the videos are boring, or don’t like our teaching style…if you’re unhappy with your purchase you’re 100% covered with no questions or hassle.

The bottom line is that we know this guide is going to transform your skills as a videographer so we want to make sure there is no risk to you.

*DVD returns are subject to shipping and restocking fees

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Who are Jared Polin and Todd Wolfe?

My name is Jared Polin aka the FRO and I’m the founder of FroKnowsPhoto.com. Since 2010 I have been creating fun and informative educational videos that have helped hundreds of thousands of photographers and videographers around the world improve their camera skills.

I’ve been a professional photographer since i was 15 years old and During my career I’ve shot photos for Rolling Stone, the Philadelphia Flyers, Perry Farrell of Janes Addiction, Matisyahu, and hundreds of other well known musicians, tech visionaries, business owners and celebrities.

Since the introduction of DSLR’s with the ability to capture video, I have been making the transition into film making. The great part about learning video as a photographer is you have a jump start on someone who has to start from scratch. If you’re a photographer you already have a basic understanding of the fundamentals that go into capturing video so you have a great head start but most likely need proper guidance to shoot GREAT videos.

Seeing so many of you make huge strides in your career as a photographer – whether you’re a hobbyists or professional – is the most rewarding thing in the world to me. I can’t wait to hear about your success with the FroKnowsPhoto Guide to DSLR Video.

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Now let me show you everything you’re getting with your order today:

The Complete 6-Hour FroKnowsPhoto Guide to Shooting Video

($197 value)

This is the full 6-hour DSLR video crash course created by me (Jared Polin) and award winning filmmaker Todd Wolfe. You’ll get to learn EVERYTHING about DSLR video from start to finish including shooting, producing, editing, and directing your own videos. It doesn’t matter what type of video you want to shoot or what your skill level is right now, after watching this guide you’ll be a DSLR video machine. This guide includes all of the sections highlighted above plus more.

In this video I take you behind the scenes of my YouTube account and show you exactly how I create my videos and generated 345,000+ subscribers.

Shooting the video is only half the battle – a lot of videographers struggle when it comes to editing and sink way too much time into the process. This bonus is worth the cost of the guide itself because of how much time it will save you in post. The Editing Tips bonus is a full on guide that shows you some of Todd’s best tips for editing videos that he picked up over the years as a professional filmmaker and producer.

Editing is the “grand illusion” of videography – you want people to think you did everything in one take but you know it took a heck of a lot longer.

The best way to really grasp an idea after we teach you is to immediately put it into action. Instead of trying to guess what you should do next we give you fun and helpful homework assignments that help you gain a real understanding of each concept as we teach them to you. The homework assignments will help you retain twice as much information!

Even if you’re on scene or out on a shoot you can bring this PDF with you to make sure you have everything you need to shoot killer video. We don’t leave for a shoot without double checking our DSLR Video Checklist. You don’t know how many times I have gotten on location only to realize I forgot a very important piece of gear or equipment.

By Shelly Sherwood

A must buy for video aficionados, everything you need to know from thought process, to actually shooting the video…

“A must buy for video aficionados, everything you need to know from thought process, to actually shooting the video, and want to take their skills to the next level. He takes you through the entire process, the equipment and the accessories you will need to get the job done. If you are on a budget or have tons of money, the guide offers solutions and ideas to assist in creating quality content.


I was not a video shooter prior to watching this and now I feel comfortable, understand the settings and am eager to get out and try video capturing. I didn’t understand FPS or shutter speed in regards to video and feel totally educated and informed now. Watching the final video from each section feels like such a bonus to view.”

Shelly Sherwood


Part time photographer with aspirations of more

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Think about this for a second: if you really gave it your all, read every DSLR video blog out there or went to photography school, then maybe you’ll learn enough to shoot high quality video in the next few months or years, depending on how committed you are.

After trying to learn this way on my own, I know first hand how slow and frustrating learning to shoot DSLR video this way is.

But, if you would rather:

  • Skip all that work
  • Tap into our expertise and take advantage of the fact that Todd and I have YEARS of real world experience
  • Start getting results now instead of months or years from now
  • Save time, money, and endless amounts of frustration trying to learn DSLR video the alternative ways

Then this is probably going to be one of the EASIEST decisions you’ve ever made…

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Todd and I can’t wait to hear about the huge results you’re going to get after going through this guide in the next few weeks. Please send me an email and share your success with us!

Jared Polin

Founder and Chief Fro, FroKnowsPhoto

P.S. The FroKnowsPhoto Guide to DSLR Video is the most comprehensive and in depth guide to shooting DSLR video that I’ve ever created. Expert filmmaker Todd Wolfe and I (Jared Polin) take you through the entire process of shooting, directing, editing, and producing any type of video with a DSLR. Whether you’re a complete newbie or a seasoned pro you’ll get a ton of value out of this guide and learn what you need to know in a matter of days instead of years. It doesn’t matter if you have no money for equipment or an entry-level camera, this guide will transform your video skills quickly.

P.P.S. Remember, you have 60 full days to try the entire FroKnowsPhoto DSLR Video course and if for any reason at all you’re unhappy with your purchase or aren’t getting results, we’ll refund all of you money! I’m so confident you’re going to love this program I’m taking away all the risk.

P.P.P.S. Do you have any questions about the FroKnowsPhoto Guide to DSLR Video? Here are some of the most common:

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What if I’m brand new to videography/photography?


A: The FroKnowsPhoto Guide to DSLR Video covers all of the bases, meaning that you can start creating your own high quality videos after watching this guide even if you just got your first DSLR today.

Q: What if I can’t afford the equipment?

A: We designed this guide to be applicable to any photographer/videographer, even on the most shoestring of budgets. Whenever we introduce new equipment we show you low cost alternatives all the way up to the professional equipment so there will always be an option for any budget.

Q: Do I need a camera that shoots video to learn from this?

A: No you don’t need a camera that shoots video to learn from this guide but we highly recommend that you have the ability to capture video somehow with a DSLR so you can put our teachings into practice.

Q: I am a seasoned professional photographer, won’t I be able to shoot video already?

A: The transition for you as a seasoned professional photographer will be much easier but the fundamentals of capturing video with your DSLR are much different than when shooting stills.

When I started shooting videos with my DSLR I thought I should set everything just like I do for stills, boy was I wrong. There are a lot of different settings that you need pay attention do that you didn’t have to with stills.

All I can say is I wish I had this guide when I first attempted to shoot video. It’s going to get you shooting quality video in no time.

Q: Do I need expensive lenses to shoot video?

A: No, if you have kit lenses to start, that is perfectly fine for learning and creating solid video. In fact, in the original FroKnowsPhoto Guide To Getting Out Of Auto Todd used a few zoom kit lenses when filming me on photo shoots.

Q: What camera was Todd using when shooting his videos?

A: Todd is using a 5 year old consumer level body in the way of the Canon 60D. This is a cropped sensor camera that sells today for only $600.

The truth of the matter is Todd still uses this consumer level camera on paying jobs which proves that it’s not always about the gear.

Q: Do you offer a one on one mentorship for learning DSLR Video?

A: As of right now we do not. In the future we may offer in person boot camps but as of now the easiest and fastest way to learn video with your DSLR is to watch this guide.

Q. What format is the DVD package in and does it come with the data disc as well?

A: The DVD’s are in NTSC but most dvd and blu-ray players are able to handle multiple formats. The discs are region free as well. The DATA disc is also included in the dvd package so you get the digital files.

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