Daniel is an excellent teacher. His approach of teaching common mistakes and then explaining the proper way to do something is very helpful. The entire film series is excellent. I can't say I have a favorite over any of the others classes in the series. Each class covers great information. I learned photography back when digital didn't exist. Even after shooting film for so many years, I still learned some great tidbits from these classes. I highly recommend this series for anyone considering learning film or getting back into film.
I'm surprised by some of the negative reviews on this course. I think Daniel did a great job presenting what is, ostensibly, an entry-level course on large format photography. I have shot LF photography for several years about a decade ago with a speed graphic but need to do a project with a monorail camera for some architecture (large enlargements) and wanted to get up to speed on the movements, swings, tilts, etc. I ended up watching the whole thing since I've been digital over the past decade since going pro. He was direct, to the point, no 'ummms and ahhhs' and had great insight.
Large format photography takes some learning of the camera movements but it is such a niche that I am not surprised it is covered as a basic intro course. The real learning happens during your mistakes with this genre. Wait until you see your negatives, enlargements and scans!