JumpStart (DVD) Guide to Better Photography with your DSLR
Jumpstart Guides all but eliminate the need to read your cameras owner's manual and take over where your camera's manual leaves off. Most manuals are written in technical terms and in a lot of cases not very friendly and quite often boring. Jumpstart are a great starting point for the amateur photographer and new entrant to the Digital SLR world and are also very helpful for the seansoned pro to touch up on the finer points of their new camera.
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JumpStart Guides' to Better Photography with your Digital SLR Camera
GTIN - 853120001347 - Author: JumpStart Guides
Run Time - 60 Minutes
What do we think at NO Frills - after having watched this dvd for the first time it became quite apparent that a quick lesson was not going to do any harm. These DVD's are easy to watch, they won't put you to sleep and cover off many basic concepts as well as covering many advanced options the seasoned professional photographers use to get great pictures. You will never read a training book again on photography. We recommend the JumpStart range of DVD Camera Guides.
Taking pictures is more than just pointing and a pressing a button. To get the kind of photos you really want, you'll need to learn a little bit about your camera. You can transition from taking snapshots to producing inspired images that you will cherish forever. It's not hard this JumpStart Guide will show you how.
This JumpStart Guide to Digital SLR Cameras covers:
- features and functions
- manual and automatic white balance
- ISO settings
- different quality settings
- reading and using a histogram
- basic principles of photography
- depth of field
- aperture vs shutter priority
- program mode
- various photo modes
- getting sharp images
- storing and carrying your camera
- selecting and using a tripod
- lenses and filters
- digital media options
- getting your photos into your computer
- tips and tricks
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