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<strong>Wish You Could Take Pictures Like a Pro?</strong>
<strong>Still Using Your Old 35MM?
Like To Be Able To Point and Click?</strong>
<strong>If You Answered YES to Any of Those Questions, it’s Time to Take a Look at a Digital Camera!</strong>
If you are still taking pictures with film you really are missing out on a whole new world of enjoyment. Ever since the advent of the “tin type” in the last century, people have been obsessed with taking pictures.
Vacations, holidays and fun filled days with family and friends are all reasons to take pictures that will be enjoyed for years to come. Can you remember those Christmas mornings when you had to pose with your gift while Dad snapped a picture for posterity?
Digital photography has eliminated many of the challenges faced by using conventional film. No longer do you have to worry about running out of film in the middle of a project. Nor is there a waiting period while film is developed.
Digital cameras are generally lightweight and easy to carry. Every year they become smaller and more portable.
Sharing photos with friends and family is very simple when you use digital photography. You can have your photos transferred to a disk and taken to your favorite processor. If you have your own printer you can even print them quickly at home!
Imagine how easy it is to focus on the image you want to create, snap that picture and determine if the result is what you intended. If not, it’s a simple matter to delete the image and try again.
Digital photos of wildlife and scenic landscapes are breathtakingly beautiful. You will amaze yourself at the images you are able to capture.
Keep in mind that selecting the appropriate camera to suit your needs is critical and why we have prepared <strong>“Digital Photography for Beginners.”</strong>
It can be easy to overspend when purchasing your first digital camera because prices can vary drastically depending on features. That’s where <strong>“Digital Photography for Beginners” </strong>comes in.
You really do need to do your homework before you put down your hard earned money. <strong>“Digital Photography for Beginners”</strong> covers this information for you, with information such as:
<ul><li>Digital or Film - Pros and Cons. Review the differences and make sure you are evaluating the pluses and minuses
</li><li>How to Buy a Digital Camera. What you should look for when shopping. Make sure you are buying for the right reasons,</li><li>Other Equipment for Beginners. The camera alone may not be enough to meet your needs. Find out for sure.</li><li>About the Lenses. The digital lens is quite different than lenses used on conventional 35mm. Learn what those differences are and how they affect your performance.</li><li>It's All About the Lighting. Discover how to use light to your advantage.</li><li>Black and White. Yes, you can still take black and white. Find out how it is done. </li><li>How to Get the Right Exposure. Making the difference between success and failure.</li><li>Underwater Cameras. Yes, you can get digital cameras for underwater use.</li><li>Ins and Outs of Landscape Photos. Special techniques will insure your nature photos are successful.</li><li>Photographing Wildlife. Learn how to do it right before you try photographing animals in their natural habitat.</li><li>Read the Manual! Amazing how this step is often overlooked. </li><li>When to Use a Filter. You need to know when and how to use filters for optimum effect.
bound: 94 pages
publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (April 12, 2017)
isbn: 1545319405, 978-1545319406,
weight: 10.7 ounces (