Digital Photography Visual Quick Steps

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John Wiley & Sons, Feb 28, 2012 - Photography - 160 pages
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Follow these clear-cut steps and start taking better photos

If you want to get more out of your digital camera and start taking better photographs, this easy-to-follow guide is for you. Designed for visual learners who'd rather see how to do something quickly instead of wading through paragraphs of text, this useful book offers highly visual tutorials and full-color screen shots on every page. You'll see just how to compose and light pictures using professional techniques, learn how to mix and match focus and lens settings, and find great ways to enhance your photos with digital imaging software.

  • Helps digital camera users capture, produce, and print better photos
  • Teaches practical techniques using easy-to-follow, step-by-step visuals and brief explanations
  • Features full-color screen shots on every page to clearly illustrate techniques and steps
  • Covers composing and lighting techniques, setting focus and lenses, enhancing photos with software, and more

Digital Photography Visual Quick Steps is packed with full-color quick steps to help you improve your digital photography.

 

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Contents

Understanding Digital Photography
2
The Digital Workflow
8
Choose a Digital Camera
14
Build a Digital Darkroom
20
Learn About ISO
26
Learn About Focal Length
32
Learn About the Color of Light
42
Use a Flash
50
Troubleshoot Problems
90
FineTune Camera Settings
96
How Do the Scene Settings Change the Images?
102
Avoid Taking Unfixable Pictures
110
Keep Your Camera Steady
116
Photograph Products to Sell on eBay
122
Why Use Image Editing Programs?
130
Understanding Metadata in Your Photos
136

Experiment with Depth of Field
72
Compose Creatively
78
Table of Contents
84
Tag Photos
142
Use Tags to Sort
148
Copyright

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About the author (2012)

Chris Bucher (Indianapolis, IN) is a professional photographer whose work can be found in everything from corporate annual reports to national ad campaigns and regional publications, such as Home Trends. Chris predominately works in advertising and marketing but has a strong affinity for simple family portraiture and landscapes. He is the author of Lighting Photo Workshop.

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