Peter Cassford – Pass With Care
Pass again without teaching the other , Pass layman surprised me , we do need this Pass Teaching. Peter Cassford concise teachings to show you how to make the Pass unemotional . I was shocked by this slow-motion Pass , I believe you will .
More good news is , Peter is not near the Pass do very beautiful, and make it very easy , new shooting method allows you to learn effortlessly . I really liked this movie , not only because of the image and the beautiful packaging, and you can really learn Pass. Kenton Knepper Learn in the real world , even in performances being onlookers Pass, you learn time than you think to a lot of absolute short film Peter Cassford will allow you to easily learn , when shooting from the audience point of view , but also from the perspective of the performer . But also special exercises loop, you can watch Peter colleagues explain key action repeated practice . Also it includes Peter magic cabinet change , and he used them to deceive a lot of domestic magician.
Who needs another pass video? Pass with Care took me by surprise. It turns out we really need this one Pete Cassford’s no nonsense approach shows you the pass can be invisible without busting your fingers. I was stunned by this slow-motion pass and you will be too. The best part is Pete makes it easy to be as good as he is. That’s right the pass made easy practical and in slow motion The new camera methods make learning from this DVD a breeze. Finally a pass video that I can say I really love Not because of great graphics and slick packaging but because of what you can actually learn to do yourself. -Kenton Knepper
Learn to perform the classic pass in the real world-even surrounded Even if the pass feels way beyond your abilities with cards you really can learn to perform this staple move of card magic and in much less time than you think. On Pass with Care Peter Cassford has made learning the pass much easier shooting the move from both the spectators’ and performer’s views. Also included are special practice video loops-you can practice the key moves over and over while watching Peter perform them.