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Stop using the Auto setting on your fancy DSLR camera. Made for the iPad and iPhone, this how-to book features photojournalist and Pulitzer finalist Mary F. Calvert in HD video tutorials and also includes 30 interactive slideshows and guided tours that let you tap, swipe, and slide your way through photography jargon, camera settings, and dozens of common shooting scenario Stop using the Auto setting on your fancy DSLR camera. Made for the iPad and iPhone, this how-to book features photojournalist and Pulitzer finalist Mary F. Calvert in HD video tutorials and also includes 30 interactive slideshows and guided tours that let you tap, swipe, and slide your way through photography jargon, camera settings, and dozens of common shooting scenarios. "Master Your DSLR Camera" is available only in the Apple App Store. http://betterbook.com/dslr ★ Cut Through the Jargon Take advantage of the iPad’s best features by tapping, swiping, and sliding your way through seemingly inaccessible concepts like aperture, shutter speed, focal length and ISO. Explore interactive guided tours of the camera, inside and out, and manipulate camera settings in the book to see the image transform right before your eyes. ★ Conquer Any Scenario Learn professional tricks like how to freeze droplets of water in midair and perfectly blur the background of a bridal photo. Manage movement and light, properly set up your shots, and use our quick-reference cheat sheets to master 25 common shooting scenarios, including: • Children • Pets • Travel & Architecture • Nighttime, Sunsets & Fireworks • Parties & Weddings • Nature & Wildlife • Sports ★ Troubleshooting Learn how to fix common digital photography problems like blurry images, uneven lighting, distortion, and discoloration. THE EXPERTS ———————————————————— ★ Author: DAVID BECKER David is a veteran technology journalist who has covered photography and digital imaging for publications including Wired, CNET, Men’s Journal, and Macworld. ★ Video tutorials by: MARY F. CALVERT Mary who worked eleven years as a staff photographer for The Washington Times, covering Congress, political campaigns, and the White House. Mary was a finalist in 2007 for the Pulitzer Prize in Feature Photography for her work in sub-Saharan Africa, and in 2008 was honored with the Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award in International Photography for reporting in India. Through in-depth HD video tutorials, Mary helps you take control of your powerful DSLR camera and walks you through how to see the beautiful photos hidden from the untrained eye, while also capturing the moments that could have easily passed you by.


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Stop using the Auto setting on your fancy DSLR camera. Made for the iPad and iPhone, this how-to book features photojournalist and Pulitzer finalist Mary F. Calvert in HD video tutorials and also includes 30 interactive slideshows and guided tours that let you tap, swipe, and slide your way through photography jargon, camera settings, and dozens of common shooting scenario Stop using the Auto setting on your fancy DSLR camera. Made for the iPad and iPhone, this how-to book features photojournalist and Pulitzer finalist Mary F. Calvert in HD video tutorials and also includes 30 interactive slideshows and guided tours that let you tap, swipe, and slide your way through photography jargon, camera settings, and dozens of common shooting scenarios. "Master Your DSLR Camera" is available only in the Apple App Store. http://betterbook.com/dslr ★ Cut Through the Jargon Take advantage of the iPad’s best features by tapping, swiping, and sliding your way through seemingly inaccessible concepts like aperture, shutter speed, focal length and ISO. Explore interactive guided tours of the camera, inside and out, and manipulate camera settings in the book to see the image transform right before your eyes. ★ Conquer Any Scenario Learn professional tricks like how to freeze droplets of water in midair and perfectly blur the background of a bridal photo. Manage movement and light, properly set up your shots, and use our quick-reference cheat sheets to master 25 common shooting scenarios, including: • Children • Pets • Travel & Architecture • Nighttime, Sunsets & Fireworks • Parties & Weddings • Nature & Wildlife • Sports ★ Troubleshooting Learn how to fix common digital photography problems like blurry images, uneven lighting, distortion, and discoloration. THE EXPERTS ———————————————————— ★ Author: DAVID BECKER David is a veteran technology journalist who has covered photography and digital imaging for publications including Wired, CNET, Men’s Journal, and Macworld. ★ Video tutorials by: MARY F. CALVERT Mary who worked eleven years as a staff photographer for The Washington Times, covering Congress, political campaigns, and the White House. Mary was a finalist in 2007 for the Pulitzer Prize in Feature Photography for her work in sub-Saharan Africa, and in 2008 was honored with the Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award in International Photography for reporting in India. Through in-depth HD video tutorials, Mary helps you take control of your powerful DSLR camera and walks you through how to see the beautiful photos hidden from the untrained eye, while also capturing the moments that could have easily passed you by.

30 review for Master Your DSLR Camera: A Better Way To Learn Digital Photography

  1. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

    A decent enough beginner guide to using a DSLR camera, something required in my current job. I'll definitely be referring back to this as I learn to get a better handle on my Nikon. Would be glad for any book recs of slightly more advanced guidebooks! A decent enough beginner guide to using a DSLR camera, something required in my current job. I'll definitely be referring back to this as I learn to get a better handle on my Nikon. Would be glad for any book recs of slightly more advanced guidebooks!

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    Jo

    A very basic intro but easy to understand.

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    Nancy Monson

    Not terribly detailed but a pretty good and short guide for improving DSLR skills. Easy to navigate through sections.

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