The DSLR Field Guide: The Essential Handbook to Getting the Most from Your Camera

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Focal Press, 2010 - Photography - 256 pages
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Today's DSLRs have manuals running to hundreds of pages, but they neglect one crucial fact: great photographers do not just simply know how to navigate menus, they also understand how their camera works and how to get the best possible pictures from it.

The DSLR Field Guide shares Michael Freeman's decades of professional photography experience with digital technology--from the anatomy of a DSLR, though to making the most of the camera's many settings so you can operate it with speed and accuracy, confident that you will be achieving the best possible result.

Michael Freeman is the author of the global bestseller, The Photographer's Eye. Now published in sixteen languages, The Photographer's Eye continues to speak to photographers everywhere. Reaching 100,000 copies in print in the US alone, and 300,000+ worldwide, it shows how anyone can develop the ability to see and shoot great digital photographs.

*Written by Michael Freeman, the expert author of the best-selling The Photographer's Eye with over 100,000 copies in print, so you know you're getting tried-and-true advice from a master photographer *Portable size perfect for sticking in your camera bag to take with you on to go

*Chock full of over 350 amazing and inspirational photographs from Michael Freeman himself

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About the author (2010)

Michael Freeman is a renowned international photographer and writer who specializes in travel, architecture, and Asian art. He is particularly well known for his expertise in special effects. He has been a leading photographer for the Smithsonian magazine for many years, and has worked for Time-Life Books and Reader's Digest. Michael is the author of more than 20 photographic books, including the hugely successful Complete Guide to Digital Photography and The Photographer's Eye.

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