Master Your DSLR Camera: A Better Way to Learn Digital Photography [PREVIEW]

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:: This is a preview version of the full "Master Your DSLR Camera" Kindle enhanced e-book ::

Master Your DSLR: A Better Way to Learn Digital Photography, is a highly interactive book made for the DSLR camera owner who is ready to move away from that “auto” setting.

:: ABOUT THIS E-BOOK ::
Master Your DSLR: A Better Way to Learn Digital Photography walks you through several photography basics such as composition and perspective, and it includes quick-reference cheat sheets to master seven common shooting scenarios: indoor and outdoor portraits, kids, pets, gorgeous outdoor landscapes, skylines, and sunsets. Readers of this e-book will also have exclusive access to several beautiful videos and graphics.

USA TODAY—“Designed for beginners, the language is fun and easy to follow… ‘Master Your DSLR Camera’ is an invaluable companion for amateur photographers looking to get more out of their gear.”

WIRED MAGAZINE—“If you just got a new SLR, or you have had one for years and never shifted it off the “green square” idiot mode, then this could be a great way to spend $10.”

:: THE EXPERTS ::
Author: DAVID BECKER
David is a veteran technology journalist who has covered photography and digital imaging for publications including Wired, CNET, Men’s Journal, and Macworld.

Video tutorials by: MARY F. CALVERT
Mary who worked eleven years as a staff photographer for The Washington Times, covering Congress, political campaigns, and the White House. Mary was a finalist in 2007 for the Pulitzer Prize in Feature Photography for her work in sub-Saharan Africa, and in 2008 was honored with the Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award in International Photography for reporting in India.

Product Details

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1846 KB
  • Print Length: 56 pages
  • Publisher: Open Air Publishing; 1.1 edition (9 Oct 2012)
  • Sold by:  Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0094KRID4
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
  • X-Ray: Enabled

Customer Reviews

Preview was useful

 31 May 2013
By Sez
I only got the preview as it was free and I was thinking of taking up photography again after a ten year gap. The preview shows you the basics of how to take photos of animals, landscapes etc with a handy table of recommended settings for each type. After getting my DSLR camera I have found these tables very useful. The preview doesn’t go into what ISO means etc which I hope gets covered in the full book – which I will seriously consider getting.

Very helpful

 27 Feb 2013
By Hachi
This is a free book but contains a lot of useful and valuable tips for begenner to lightly-experienced camera lovers.Worth a read.

Perfect for beginner

 19 May 2013
By B
A quick, brief over view of the basics in photography. Perfect for the beginner or for quick reference when unsure. Anyone who already has a good general knowledge with dslr cameras will probably not find this guide much help though.

Brilliant

 24 April 2013
By Lauren Slavin
Gave me a few good tips!! Free sample version is great as its crammed full of handy tips to help improve your photography skills.

Great for beginners; interesting for those more advanced

 13 April 2013
By David
Bought as a gift for a new photographer, but read a lot my experienced photographers. Well worth it for everyone.

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