Learn about bonsai using video :-)

milehigh_7

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There has been bunches of newcomers on lately and this is awesome. If you enjoy video teaching about bonsai here is just one more way to soak up some knowledge.

Graham Potter's You Tube channel:
http://www.youtube.com/user/GrahamWPotter#p/a/u/0/BHIvEFiuJNo

Walter Pall's videos:
http://walter-pall-videos.blogspot.com/

Lindsay Farr -- World of Bonsai series:
http://vimeo.com/user1271275/videos

I know there are some wonderful resources also for sale such as Boon's training DVD's:
http://www.bonsaiboon.com/pages/shopping.html


If others would add to the list it would be awesome. Might even be good to sticky the topic for easy reference.
 
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Highly reccomend all Boon's Video's. After seeing the first one I would have paid over $100 each of the others. He details exactly how to do things and breaks down his technique for you. Best part about it is you can watch over and over and over again and memorize everything.
 

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Highly reccomend all Boon's Video's. After seeing the first one I would have paid over $100 each of the others. He details exactly how to do things and breaks down his technique for you. Best part about it is you can watch over and over and over again and memorize everything.

I'd second this. Boon's videos are excellent. He just came out with another DVD on repotting deciduous trees, which sounds like is going to be part of a series on working with Japanese Maples.
 

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Bonsai Basho has some good demos on video. Graham does some awesome things with a grinder. It would be nice to have material like that to work with.
 

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Thanks for these great links! I had already run across the Graham Potter videos (that guy does some amazing stuff!) but the others are new to me... Has anyone seen the videos that Charles from kuromatsu bonsai does? Other than his monotone/un-excited speech and awkward pauses at the end of his videos they seem like pretty good explanations of techniques... He breaks things down very well...
 

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