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Coming Soon: A Video Version of Scott Hargis’s Lighting Interiors Workshop

January 26th, 2012

Today Scott Hargis and Malia Campbell announced the video version of Scott’s Lighting workshop that they have been working hard on for many months is nearing completion and will go live on March 1.

This YouTube video is a little ad for the series. This will be another great way to learn Scott’s lighting technique. You’ll be able to sit at home in your PJs any place in the world and have Scott talk you through the details of his technique instead of having to wait for Scott to do a workshop near you.

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12 Responses to “Coming Soon: A Video Version of Scott Hargis’s Lighting Interiors Workshop”

  • Fantastic. Loved the ebook, look forward to the video series.

  • Thanks Scott & Malia, I was thinking there was a real need for a video on this subject. E-books are great, however, there is no substitute for a good hands on video. Looking forward to it. Ron

  • Any information on pricing for the videos?

  • Looking forward to it. The e-book definitely helped me out.

  • March 1st. Can’t wait. Really good stuff.

  • @Wayne – there’s a little more information posted over on my blog but to answer your question the video subscription is $175.00 and allows for unlimited viewing.

  • Does anyone know who will be playing Scott Hargis in the movie of his book ? I heard it was between Leonardo and Eddie Murphy ? Anyone else heard differently ?

  • @Cooler- It will be Sylvester Stallone!

  • Looking forward 🙂

  • I’ve heard it was Chuck Norris.

    Congrats to Scott & Malia, this will not only be very helpful, but this is a genius business move. I’ve been antagonizing my own wife to create instructional videos for her own life-coaching business, they are beneficial to clients and lucrative to the creators.

  • Wow. This is great. But what about all those great destinations of workshops?

  • We originally had Brad Pitt on set but after about 15 minutes it became obvious that he had no idea how to light anything, much less how to shoot interiors, so I fired him.

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