Beginner’s Digital SLR Crash Course: Complete guide to mastering digital photography basics, understanding exposure, and taking better pictures.
Who Else Wants To Take Better Pictures?
That’s what this guide is all about; making the most of your digital camera, so that you can create beautiful photographs. You won’t find all the complicated technical jargon that fills other books and blogs. I was like you at one point – I was just a guy who had no clue how to use all the fancy features of my new digital camera, and it was an extremely frustrating experience. My pictures were awful, and I was starting to question why I spent so much money on a DSLR.
I decided I wouldn’t settle for mediocre results, so I spent years of trial and (mostly) error to figure out all the tips and little known tricks that I’ll help you learn in this concise digital photography guide.
Give Me 24 Hours – And I’ll Make You A Better Photographer
I’m going to teach you how to take better photos today. You’ll see an improvement in your photos right away and they’ll keep getting even better as you practice. Students in my digital photography workshops pay 0 per hour to see drastic improvement in their photography, and you get all the same information at a fraction of the cost. I believe in the 80/20 rule; I’m going to give you 20% of the tricks that will get 80% of the results so you can spend more time doing what you love.
Are You Harnessing The Creative Power Of These 3 Camera Modes?
Shooting in automatic mode can produce a decent photo every now and then, but you have zero creative control. The digital SLR cameras on the market offer several better modes to create beautiful photos. I’m going to walk you through each one of those modes, one at a time, so that you know exactly how and when to use them. The camera modes we’ll master together include:
- Aperture Priority mode (Av, A)
- Shutter Priority mode (Tv, S)
- Manual Mode (M)
Warning: If You Shoot In Auto Mode, You Have Wasted 00
Prices have come down significantly, but cameras are still really expensive. There’s no point in having an expensive camera if you’re just shooting in Auto mode, because you could have spent a tenth the money for the same results. If you don’t take advantage of the more advanced modes that you’ll master with this guide, you’ve wasted hundreds or even thousands of dollars on a tool you can’t use properly.
11 More Things You’ll Learn About Your Digital Camera
In addition to all the shooting modes, I’ll teach you everything you need to know about:
- Image size
- Image quality
- Memory cards
- Color space
- ISO speed
- Digital noise
- White balance
- Composition tips
- Photo storage tips
- Camera accessories for the (not so) beginner
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5 Simple Ways To Be A Better Photographer Than 99% Of Beginners
Once you understand the basics in this book, it’s really not hard to be a great photographer. I’m not promising that you’ll sell out galleries in New York, but I guarantee if you follow these five simple principles that are covered in depth within this guide, you’ll stand out from the crowd of beginners.
- Set yourself up for success by pre-programming your camera.
- Capture tack sharp photos, every single time.
- Find subjects that jump off the screen.
- Harness the correct camera mode for the situation.
- Effectively use composition principles to lead the viewer’s eye.
If You Don’t Learn The Basics Now, You Won’t Forgive Yourself Later
This photography crash course has helped thousands of people get the most out of their digital SLR cameras, which has lead to tens of thousands of beautiful photos being taken, which has ultimately lead to hundreds of thousands of smiling faces. What are you waiting for?
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- Multi-Function: Functions of cable and wireless shutter are in one and provide you with various choices. When the receiver out if power, you can use wired mode and do not worry about missed moment.
- Single Shooting: Under single shooting mode,you can enjoy your shooting experience more freely.
- BULB Shooting: Under BULB shooting mode, you can freely control shutter exposure time, allowing you to shoot more desirable photos.
- Delay Shooting: Delay shooting can set the delay time and number of hots. The delay time is from 1s to 59s and the number of shots is from 1 to 99.
- Timer Shooting: You can set timer to shoot and set the time from 0 second to 99 minutes 59 seconds. The number of shots ca be set from 1 to 99 or unlimited.
1. TW-282 supports simple single shooting, 1S continuous shooting, [ BULB ] shooting, delay shooting and timer schedule shooting.
2. Delay Shooting Setting can set delay time and shooting number, the delay time alters from 1s to 59s, shooting number alters from 1 to 99.
3. Timer Schedule shooting time can be set from 0 sec to 99hrs59mins59sec. Shooting number can be set from 1 to 99 or unlimited.
4. Available to control different brand’s cameras and models by changing different camera connecting cable.
5. The transmitter and receiver adopts LCD screen which is more easy and simple to handle
System Mode: FSK 2.4GHz wireless system
Transmission Distance: 100M+
Communication Channel: 15
Transmitting Power: -1dB
Receiving Sensitivity: -99dB
Control Cable Length: 30cm (straight line)
Transmitter Stand-by Time: over 3 years (use 2 size AAA alkaline batteries)
Receiver Stand-by Time: over 400 hrs (use 2 size AAA alkaline batteries)
Transmitter Dimension (L×W×H): 49mmX49.5mmX24mm
Receiver Dimension (L×W×H): 63mmX38mmX31mm
Compatible cameras: select by socket
DC2 Nikon: DSLR D7200, D7100, D7000, D5500, D5300, D5200, D5100, D5000, D3300, D3200, D3100,D750, D610, D600, D90, Df
TW-282 Transmitter X 1
TW-282 Receiver X 1
Shutter Connecting Cable X 1
User Manual X 1
Please note:The batteries are not included.
List Price: $ 43.00
Price: $ 43.00