2 edition of Digital SLR settings & shortcuts for dummies found in the catalog.
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|Pagination||xvi, 123 p. :|
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|Introduction Action Animals Landscapes and nature People Places Things Appendix: Beyond point and shoot photography.|
Looks at the settings used by professional photographers to capture dSLR images for action shots, animal photographs, landscape and nature photographs, portraits, cityscapes, and places. File Size: 4MB.
ISO Performance One thing's for sure - in the high ISO range, Nikon digital SLRs rarely disappoint. How it works You set the shutter speed and aperture independently, and the camera meters the scene -- decides how much light is available -- and tells you if if the settings will produce an overexposed, underexposed or just-right exposure.
But I'm guessing even if the technical issues regarding the mirror box and sensor can be fixed, Nikon isn't interested in cannibalizing their FX market. During the conversion process, you have the opportunity to fine-tune ANY part of the image you're not happy with: color, contrast, clarity, exposure, etc.
I'm sticking with film as it's loads more fun. For example, if you'd really like to capture video along with your still images, then the D90 will be a better choice than the D60 and - in fact - the only choice at the time of writing this Nikon D60 guide.
7 lens offers incredible depth-of-field and allows you to take photographs in lower lighting. The lower the number, the darker the image. Being able to manually control the aperture is a great way to control the depth of field of an image. You want to take some dramatic falling water shots where the water is blurred and the scenery is clear In all of these cases, the VR in the lens will allow you to Digital SLR settings & shortcuts for dummies much slower shutter speeds while holding the camera in your hands than would otherwise be possible.
In high-contrast scenarios, full auto splits the difference to capture as much of the highlight and shadow detail as possible. " approach to starting out; that moment when you're photographing something for the Nth time and you suddenly realize that Manual mode would be easier than the semiautomatic mode you've been relying on.
Have only one or two variables so that you can focus primarily on making great bird photographs. To blur the background, I use f 2.
The first generation was the Kodak EOS DCS series of 1995 which encompassed the 6mp EOS DCS 1, the 1.
When you increase your ISO to a higher number such as ISO 3200, it will create something known as grain or noise.
Here we're talking about a second long electronic exposure in which the real exposure occurs.
That switch is an override for if you want to manually focus your lens.
The more I think about it the more doable the concept seems.