Beginner’s Digital SLR Crash Course: Complete guide to understanding digital photography, how to take better photos, and maximizing your investment.

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Introduction To Digital Photography For Beginners The Ultimate Digital Photography 101 Guide To Taking Better Pictures *Thousands Of Copies Downloaded. Improve Your Photos Today By Downloading Now* Capture Better Photographs Within 24 Hours I’m going to teach you how to take better photos today – not next week or next month, but right now. You’ll

Introduction To Digital Photography For Beginners

The Ultimate Digital Photography 101 Guide To Taking Better Pictures

*Thousands Of Copies Downloaded. Improve Your Photos Today By Downloading Now*

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I’m going to teach you how to take better photos today – not next week or next month, but right now. You’ll see an improvement in your photos right away and they’ll keep getting even better with practice. Students in my photography workshops pay $50 per hour to see drastic improvement in their photography within an hour, and you get all the same information at a fraction of the cost.

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You won’t find all the complicated technical jargon that’s all over other books and blogs. You will, however, learn all the common terms and definitions to help you wade through the rest of the information out there. I was like you at one point – I was just a guy who had no clue how to use all the fancy features of my new digital camera.

My pictures were awful, and I was starting to question why I spent so much money on a digital SLR camera. I decided I wouldn’t settle for mediocre photos, and spent years of trial and (mostly) error to figure out all the tips and tricks that you’ll learn in this digital photography guide. I don’t want you to make the same mistakes I made.

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Shooting in Auto mode can produce a decent photo every now and then, but you have zero creative control. The digital SLR cameras on the market offer several more powerful modes to create beautiful photos, and I’m going to walk you through each one of those modes, one at a time. The camera modes we’ll master together include: 
  • Aperture Priority mode (Av, A)
  • Shutter Priority mode (Tv, S)
  • Manual Mode (M) 

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Prices have come down significantly, but cameras are still really expensive. There’s no point in having an expensive camera if you’re just shooting in Auto mode because you could have spent a tenth the money for the same results.

If you don’t take advantage of the more advanced modes that you’ll master in this guide, you’ve wasted hundreds or even thousands of dollars on a tool you can’t use properly. Did you know that your camera has an extremely powerful built-in light meter? We’ll learn where it is, what it does, and how you can use it to make professional photos that really pop

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In addition to all the shooting modes, I’ll teach you everything you need to know about: 
  • Image size and quality
  • Memory cards
  • Color space
  • ISO speed
  • Digital noise
  • Histograms
  • White balance
  • Composition tips
  • Photo storage tips
  • Built-in light meter
  • Exposure triangle
If you’re tired of taking boring, uninspiring photos on your expensive camera, you need to flip through this book. Your photos will thank you.

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Don’t believe us? Here’s what readers have said about this book: 

“Excellent for demystifying the ins and outs of the digital camera settings.” -Patti

“A good quick reference for those who own DSLRs. Comprehensive, but short enough to keep as a handy reference.” -Craig


“This book really helped me to focus on the few things that are going to make a big difference in my photos.” -Conner

“Being able to understand and use your equipment is what makes it worth the price. Shooting in manual takes your images to a new level of great.” -Gloria

Comments

Alice d says:

Great This book was greatI am 12yrs old and I wanted a manual camera for my birthday, but my dad said that I didn’t know how to use one, so I read this book and its taught me a lot! And for a great price too!

ady weeks says:

Very good start I have had my bridge camera for a while now and although I think I have taken some good pictures before I move to a new camera I need to learn more about iso f stop and the like this book has explained in enough detail without overloading and given me more confidence to try out more manually composed shots

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