With this free ebook you will learn and master the basic features of your camera to gain better control of your photos. Individualized chapters on each of the cameras basic functions as well as cheat sheets you can download and print for use while shooting.
Contents include; Camera Controls, Image File Formats, Understanding Digital Camera Modes, Understanding Your Camera’s Drive Modes, Focusing Modes, Focusing Basics, White Balance, The Exposure Triangle, Introduction to Aperture in Photography, Introduction to Shutter Speed in Photography, Introduction to ISO in Photography, Understanding Metering and Metering Modes, What is Exposure Compensation & How to Use It, Taking the Shot
Author: Lawrence Neuberger
This free ebook contains straightforward explanations of both simple, all-but-foolproof equipment like inexpensive autofocus point-and-shoot cameras and of sophisticated lenses.
It also covers important accessories; provides advice of all kinds, from key facts and basic tips for beginners to advanced techniques for skilled amateurs; and addresses the essentials of editing, scanning and printing, effective archiving, and more. Along with digital information, there is also a lot of material on traditional film, from old techniques to helpful sidebars on when to use film rather than digital.
Author: National Geographic
This ebook covers all aspects of exposure, whether you are using a film or a digital camera. Technical concepts are identified and explained in a straightforward manner, through clear diagrams and in a concise glossary. The book is illustrated throughout with creative, thought-provoking images – many taken especially – from contemporary practitioners and classic sources. There are also four(4) open source video lessons which cover the topics; exposure, shutter, IOS and aperture.
Ebook Author: David Prakel
Video Lessons: Michelle Marusek - YouTube
Get tips to keep your work safe, plus read in-depth interviews from photographers and experts from American Society of Media Photographers (ASMP), including Executive Director Eugene Mopsik and General Counsel and Managing Director Vic Perlman, who address:
- Major trends in copyright today
- How to make copyright registration part of your workflow
- The risks to weigh before posting your photos to social networks
- What counts as “Fair Use”, plus major learnings from recent court cases
- Copyright for motion and video
- What it takes to bring an infringement case to court and ways to avoid it
Author: PhotoShelter & The American Society of Media Photographers
One of the most important elements to get a good photo is the lighting. It is essential for the photograph to be obtained with the best results, since it is useless to take a good shot without proper lighting.
There are several types of photographic lighting, the first is natural, which comes from the sun, the clarity of the day, a light that the photographer must know how to handle, since being a natural light you do not have control of it, you just learn to use it. The second type of lighting is artificial lighting, which comes from created objects such as ring lights, reflectors, etc. The main characteristic of this type of light is that it does not vary, so it is controllable, and can be used at any time and place. This ebook looks at lighting as it pertains to photography.
Author: Abhey Singh