Teach Yourself Photography
Teach Yourself Photography is packed, from cover to cover, with priceless hints and tips on all aspects of photography. This book gives beginning and amateur photographers alike the complete lowdown on everything from buying equipment to developing film to presenting finished pictures. And it covers the latest developments in digital and Advanced Photo System (APS). The book's large, full-color format makes it an easy-to-use reference.
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Choosing a camera
Apertures and shutter speeds
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35 mm SLR 50 mm standard Advanced Photo System allows aperture and shutter autofocus automatically background black and white blue bounce bright buildings burning-in camera shake capture Chapter close-up colour casts colour temperature composition contrast correct exposure correctly exposed create dark daylight depth of field digital camera digital imaging effect enlarger example faster film fill the frame film speed filters flash unit flashgun focal length focus focusing foreground give handy hyperfocal distance ideal image quality ISO 100 film lens aperture lenses light meters look macro medium-format models mount negative photographers polariser portraits printing paper produce push processing range reflector reproduction ratio scene shadows sharp shooting shot shutter speed slide film small aperture softbox stop studio sync take pictures techniques telephoto lens tend trip the shutter tripod tungsten viewfinder wide-angle lens windowlight zoom