Nikon D3100 For Dummies (Google eBook)

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John Wiley & Sons, Dec 1, 2010 - Computers - 384 pages
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Unlock all the secrets of the powerful new Nikon D3100 DSLR camera

Author Julie King knows how to teach newbies, and in this handy guide she?ll help you get the very most out of the powerful new Nikon D3100. Say you?re already an experienced photographer? The helpful tips and tricks in this friendly book will get you quickly up to speed on the D3100?s new 14-megapixel sensor, continous video/live focus, full HD video, expanded autofocus, and more. As a seasoned instructor at the Palm Beach Photographic Center, Julie anticipates all questions, whether you?re a beginner or digital camera pro, and offers pages of easy-to-follow advice.

  • Helps you get every bit of functionality out of the new Nikon D3100 camera
  • Walks you through its exciting new features, including the 14-megapixel sensor, continous video/live focus, full HD video, expanded autofocus, and the updated in-camera menu
  • Explores shooting in Auto mode, managing playback options, and basic troubleshooting
  • Explains how to adjust the camera?s manual settings for your own preferred exposure, lighting, focus, and color style
  • Covers digital photo housekeeping tips?how to organize, edit, and share your files

Tap all the tools in this hot new DSLR camera and start taking some great pix with Nikon D3100 For Dummies.

  

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User Review  - Ayham - Goodreads

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Contents

Fast Track to Super Snaps
Zooming in and
Exploring ExternalCamera Controls Topside controls
Ordering from Camera Menus Using the guided menus
Setup Menu Options
Taking Great Pictures Automatically
Exploring Live View and Movie Making
Screening Your Movies
Deleting images oneata time Deleting all photos Deleting a batch ofselected photos Protecting Photos
Downloading Printing and Sharing Your Photos
Taking Creative Control Chapter 7 Getting Creative with Exposure and Lighting
Manipulating Focus and Color
Putting It All Together
The Part of Tens
Annotating YourImages Creating Custom Image Folders
Copyright

Playback Mode Viewing Erasing and Protecting Photos

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About the author (2010)

Julie Adair King has been writing about digital cameras and photography for more than a decade. She is the author of several books on various Nikon and Canon cameras as well as Digital Photography For Dummies, and she teaches beginning digital photographers at the Palm Beach Photographic Centre.

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