The Essential Guide to Photography with EOS cameras

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Starting out with your first Canon EOS DSLR camera is a daunting prospect. There are terms you may not be familiar with, a maze of buttons, menus and settings which leave you lost and bewildered. Where can you go for the basics?

This new eBook is a comprehensive reference guide to photography with your EOS camera. Whether you are new to DSLR photography, a self-taught photographer or moving on to digital from EOS film cameras, this 169-page eBook will teach you what you need to know in order to get to grips with your EOS camera.

The mode dial on your camera is a key element to unlocking your camera's potential, so you will learn about mode usage and how the basic zone varies from the creative modes. Nina also explores the overrides that are possible within the creative modes, so you will know what they do and how they can be applied.

Lenses are the eyes of your camera and with this guide you will understand the part lenses have to play in your photography as well as common lens terminology. You will also get a basic introduction to using flash and how to use it successfully in your images.

This essential guide finishes with Nina's hints and tips for the more popular areas of photography, giving you the insight as to how to take eye-catching images of these subjects, making this eBook the perfect reference guide for Canon photographers at the start of their EOS adventure.

169 pages long.


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Selected eBooks are available as spiral bound reprints, and are available either in A5 or A4 size.

Prices start from 12.95 for a bound black-and-white reprint.





Nina has written over 50 eBooks, all about Canon EOS photography.


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