Digital SLR Cameras & Photography For Dummies Video Training
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- Choose the best exposure mode for the shot
- Build a lens collection
- Compose a balanced photo
- Freeze action and control depth of field
- Shoot personal portraits
- Understand photography lingo
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Easy-to-follow Photography for Dummies video training on getting better photos with a digital SLR camera!
Digital SLR cameras put full control over the look of a picture in the photographer’s hands. You just need some basic know-how about how digital SLRs operate to get the photos you want out of your camera. This 50 minute instructional video Photography for Dummies training course introduces you to the basics of digital SLR photography, from switching lenses to selecting exposure settings to when to use the camera’s flash. It also shows you how to apply that knowledge to take great action shots, landscapes, portraits, and more!
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- Beginner digital SLR users
So you've bought a dSLR camera! Congratulations! Start out by learning all the options that interchangeable lenses offer, and how your dSLR enables you to get sharper shots and never miss a moment of the action.
What does dSLR stand for? What's a prime lens? How about white balance, ISO, and noise? Learn the basic photography terms and you'll be on your way to getting better photos every time you point your camera.
The memory cards you choose are determined by the type of camera you have and what you plan to shoot. Find out the advantages of each, and also get advice on permanent photo storage.
Focus is perhaps the most important element of picture-taking. Learn how to decide when to use manual focus, when to stick with automatic, and how to choose among the various autofocus modes.