50 Fast Digital Camera Techniques by Kevin L. Moss50 Fast Digital Camera Techniques by Kevin L. Moss

50 Fast Digital Camera Techniques

byKevin L. Moss

Paperback | October 31, 2005

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Praise for 50 Fast Digital Camera Techniques

"Applying the lively techniques in this book will make anyone's digital camera a more productive tool."
-Al Francekevich, professional photographer, on the first edition

Your digital camera is an amazing and versatile creative tool, with features and capabilities you probably haven't even explored-until now. Here are step-by-step instructions for 50 hot new techniques that take advantage of all the latest camera features, fully illustrated with stunning color photos taken by the author. No matter what type of digital camera you have, this book will help you create more professional pictures.

Your guide to amazing results with your digital camera
* Select the right shooting mode and change critical settings in seconds
* Use exposure and focal length to get sharper photos
* Shoot fantastic candid, nature, and pet pictures
* Learn the secrets of shooting dramatic skyscapes and urban landscapes
* Plan shots for creative digital manipulation
* Download and print your photos or share them on the Web
* Create a photographic essay or convert color shots to artsyblack-and-white
Kevin L. Moss boasts over 10 years of experience in serious traditional photography as well as the latest in computer and digital technologies. He's the author of Photoshop CS2 and Digital Photography For Dummies, also published by Wiley.
Title:50 Fast Digital Camera TechniquesFormat:PaperbackDimensions:295 pages, 9.02 × 8.02 × 0.85 inPublished:October 31, 2005Publisher:WileyLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0764598066

ISBN - 13:9780764598067

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Table of Contents




Chapter 1: Getting the Most from Your Digital Camera.

Chapter 2: Taking Better Photographs.

Chapter 3: Using Advanced Features.

Chapter 4: Increasing the Quality of Your Photos.

Chapter 5: Taking Pictures of People and Pets.

Chapter 6: Photographing Nature.

Chapter 7: “Scape” Photography.

Chapter 8: Creative and Alternative Photography.

Chapter 9: Displaying and Taking Care of Your Digital Images.

Chapter 10: Becoming a Better Photographer.


About the Author.


Editorial Reviews

“ … one of the latest and most useful to hit the high street… ideally suited to those just starting to get to grips with digital photography… ” (PC How to Digital Photography, No.20. 2003) “ … structured in a way that’ s accessible to both digital photography newcomers and those who already have plenty of experience… ” (PC Utilities, June 2003) “ … a guidebook is definitely a good investment, and this one in particular is ideal helping out beginners… ” (Internet Made Easy, August 2003)