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Hilarious Video Series Is A Must See

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Yesterday I published an article The 9 Photography Tips You Need To Know,” which included a video produced for the Manfrotto School of Xcellence. The video formed part of the Semi Serious Video Course which was pitched at Super Serious Video Makers.

After a bit more exploring I’m happy to bring you the rest of the 9 part series produced by comedian Dan Jahnson, ex Manfrotto worker Gabriel Rodrigues Cleary and director Tomaso Cariboni, who certainly had some fun creating this series. If Dan’s Facebook profile is anything to go by (shown below), Manfrotto were certainly on the money to create something worth watching.

“Dan Jahnson has been involved in the trafficking of teenage turtles from southern Thailand for 36 years. He has also managed to found countless charities including The Royal National Institute for Dead People.”

So sit back and prepare to have your stomach muscles exercised…

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

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