Canon EOS Rebel SL1/100D For Dummies [NOOK Book]

Overview

Get up to speed on your Canon SL1/100D and enter the world of dSLR photography!

Canon's EOS Rebel SL1/100D is for photographers who prefer a smaller, lightweight camera that still offers heavyweight features. This full-color guide explains how to get better photos from an SL1. Written by professional photographer Doug Sahlin, this book explains the camera?s controls and shooting modes. It also shows how to take creative control by moving out of auto mode. You'll also learn how ...

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Canon EOS Rebel SL1/100D For Dummies

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Overview

Get up to speed on your Canon SL1/100D and enter the world of dSLR photography!

Canon's EOS Rebel SL1/100D is for photographers who prefer a smaller, lightweight camera that still offers heavyweight features. This full-color guide explains how to get better photos from an SL1. Written by professional photographer Doug Sahlin, this book explains the camera?s controls and shooting modes. It also shows how to take creative control by moving out of auto mode. You'll also learn how to manage and edit your images, shoot video, use autofocus, and get troubleshooting advice.

  • Features a full-color format that shows you the camera controls and menus, explaining what each is for and how to use them all
  • Demonstrates how to use the new autofocus feature, manage playback options, and shoot video
  • Helps you graduate to manual mode and learn to control exposure, lighting, focus, and color
  • Covers downloading, organizing, editing, and sharing photos

Canon EOS Rebel SL1/100D For Dummies gives you the knowledge and confidence to make the move to dSLR photography using the Canon EOS Rebel SL1/100D, which is perfect for photographers who've been waiting for a smaller dSLR with big features.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781118754306
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 7/12/2013
  • Series: For Dummies Series
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 352
  • Sales rank: 184,215
  • File size: 38 MB
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Meet the Author

Doug Sahlin is a professional photographer and photo blogger with a broad background in web and graphic design. He's shared his knowledge in a wide array of books including Canon EOS 6D For Dummies and Building Websites All-in-One For Dummies. Find his photos and photography tips at dougplusrox.com.

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Table of Contents

Introduction 1

Part I: Getting Started 5

Chapter 1: Exploring Your Canon EOS Rebel SL1/100D 7

Chapter 2: Creating Great Images on Auto-Pilot 41

Chapter 3: Specifying Image Size and Quality 73

Chapter 4: Using the LCD Monitor 83

Part II: Going beyond Point-and-Shoot Photography 111

Chapter 5: Shooting Pictures and Movies in Live View 113

Chapter 6: Leaving Auto Mode Behind 135

Chapter 7: Features That Make Pictures Pop 165

Chapter 8: Shooting Frameworthy Photos 205

Part III: Editing and Sharing Images 237

Chapter 9: Editing Your Images 239

Chapter 10: Creating Prints from Your Images 267

Part IV: The Part of Tens 287

Chapter 11: Ten Tips and Tricks 289

Chapter 12: Ten Cool Projects 305

Index 327

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 20, 2014

    Candy

    Add on to chapter eleven request from me: Krystellite has the lce Amulet. She is in whatever domain you choose. :)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 20, 2014

    This is a great fanfic

    My name is Alice. I love pokemon. I was wondering if you could put me in. I am a female Articuno named Ice. Please put me in as a Team Gemstone. Thanks!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 20, 2014

    Moone

    XD

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 20, 2014

    Pokemon Mystery Dungeon~Bringing the Fire: Chapter 10

    ((My Nook is being a big bu<_>tthole right now.))<p>Scorch came out of the silent darkness. When her vision finally focused, the Combusken saw that she was back at the Rainbow Guild, in the recovery room of which was usually used for in<_>jured Pokemon. In the corner sat the same unknown Ninetales who came to Scorch's rescue, staring at the door as if she expected someone to intrude. "Uh, ma'am?" The Ninetales looked over at her. "Oh, I see you're finally awake, Elizabeth." "Please don't call me that. Just call me Scorch. Anyway, who are you?" she asked. "You don't remember me? You were my Trainer and best friend. But you if you must know, it's Kyubii," Kyubii answered. Scorch stood up, st<_>ruggling somewhat, and looked around, noticing that the rest of Team Gemstone wasn't here. "Hey, where are the others?" "They woke up a few days before you did. The Croconaw took on the duties as the leader. They offered me to go with them, but I wanted to stay here to make sure you were safe," she said. "No one in thier right mind would try to attack a Pokemon in the middle of the guild. I'm gonna go outside to see what everyone's up to." Scorch said, walking out. Kyubii followed her.<p>***<p>"Hey, look who finally got up!" Aqua said. Team Gemstone was very glad that Scorch finally regained co<_>nsciousness. She didn't recognize the blue and red dragon. "Okay, who's the dragon?" asked Scorch. "It's me, Growl! I evolved into a Salamence! Now I can finally fly!" Growl flapped her red wings, taking to the air for a while before landing. "Wow! Oh, this is Kyubii. Kyubii, meet Aqua, Sparky, Flame, and Growl," Scorch said. "Hello! I noticed you're a Ninetales like me," Flame commented. Kyubii nodded. "Yes, indeed." Just then, Leafy and Flare walked up. "Hey guys! I see you're okay, Scorch," the Grovyle said. "We're sorry we let that son of a * BL<_>EEP * on the team," apologized Flare. "Hey, it's not your fault! Those il<_>lusions can be de<_>cieving," she replied. "Yes, it is nobody's fault. But what I'm worried about is that Faru has the Stone of Destruction," Kyubii said. "What's the big deal about the Stone of Destruction?" Sparky asked. Suddenly, the winds blew hard, and Tornadus in the form of a giant green bird flew down. "The Stone of Destruction has the ability to awaken Yveltal, the Legendary Pokemon of Destruction. Your friend has suspected that was the Zoroark's cause, but I knew it beforehand. That was why I ki<_>dnapped him." "Ugh, random entrances by the author," muttered Aqua, breaking the fourth wall. Tornadus continued "There is a way to stop him from suceeding in his plans. You must use the Am<_>ulets of the Forces of Natures to awaken Xerneas. I will give you the Tornado Amulet to you right now. However, my brothers at Thundering Woods and Rocky Caverns won't be so easily persuaded." He gave Scorch a gold necklace, with a tornado-shaped object hanging from it. Tornadus bidded them good luck before flying back to Mt. Twister. Scorch turned to the rest of Team Gemstone. "Okay guys, ready to go to Thundering Woods?" Before they went to the Woods, she asked Team Forestfire and Kyubii if they would come. Team Forestfire was unable to, though Kyubii was more than willing to come. Then Team Gemstone made thier way to Thundering Woods.

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