Canon EOS Rebel T5i/700D For Dummies

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A comprehensive guide to the Canon EOS Rebel T5i/700D camera written by bestselling For Dummies author Julie Adair King

Expert author and photography instructor Julie Adair King is exactly who you want to explain Canon's hot new Rebel T5i/700D camera for you. Her friendly, step-by-step style - honed to a fine point from helping over 300,000 readers use their cameras - will have you snapping great shots on the new Rebel in no time. Find all the info you need, backed by clear ...

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Overview

A comprehensive guide to the Canon EOS Rebel T5i/700D camera written by bestselling For Dummies author Julie Adair King

Expert author and photography instructor Julie Adair King is exactly who you want to explain Canon's hot new Rebel T5i/700D camera for you. Her friendly, step-by-step style - honed to a fine point from helping over 300,000 readers use their cameras - will have you snapping great shots on the new Rebel in no time. Find all the info you need, backed by clear images of camera controls and menus, so you know exactly what she's explaining, when she's explaining it. More than 300 fabulous full-color photos help you see what you and your DSLR Rebel T5i/700D can achieve.

  • Canon's EOS Rebel T5i/700D is an entry-level DSLR camera from Canon and features an 18 megapixel sensor, full 1080 video capability, 5fps shooting, and a 3-inch viewscreen
  • Covers how to shoot in Auto mode, manage playback, organize your images, and get better results from exposure, lighting, focus and color
  • Gives you professional editing tricks and offers plenty of beautiful full-color images so you can see what you can achieve
  • Popular bestselling author Julie Adair King author has written more than 15 For Dummies books on Nikon and Canon cameras, and she helps you really get a feel for the camera

Canon EOS Rebel T5i/700D For Dummies...there's so much here to get you on your way to taking great photos!

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781118722961
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 7/22/2013
  • Series: For Dummies Series
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 400
  • Sales rank: 115,016
  • Product dimensions: 9.00 (w) x 7.30 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Meet the Author

Julie Adair King is the author of Digital Photography For Dummies as well as For Dummies guides on Nikon and Canon cameras. She teaches photography at the Palm Beach Photographic Centre. Robert Correll is the author of Digital SLR Photography All-in-One For Dummies.

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Table of Contents

Introduction 1

Part I: Fast Track to Super Snaps 5

Chapter 1: Getting the Lay of the Land 7

Chapter 2: Choosing Basic Picture Settings 47

Chapter 3: Taking Great Pictures, Automatically 73

Chapter 4: Exploring Live View Shooting and Movie Making 105

Part II: Working with Picture Files 151

Chapter 5: Picture Playback 153

Chapter 6: Downloading, Printing, and Sharing Your Photos 183

Part III: Taking Creative Control 207

Chapter 7: Getting Creative with Exposure 209

Chapter 8: Manipulating Focus and Color 267

Chapter 9: Shooting Specific Shots 301

Part IV: The Part of Tens 321

Chapter 10: Ten More Ways to Customize Your Camera 323

Chapter 11: Ten Features to Explore on a Rainy Day 337

Appendix: Glossary of Digital Photography Terms 361

Index 373

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 22, 2014

    Alice

    I posted at the res with chapter ten. I said, in the post, that I love this fanfic si much that I would like to be in it. And my suggestion for my pokemon was to be a femalevArticuno named Ice. I would be very happy if you put me on team gemstone. Thank you!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 21, 2014

    Red

    Yay, team dysto has been beaten

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 20, 2014

    Candy

    Add a Legendary that looks like a tiger dragon (can shift between the two.) Her name is Krystellite, and she kidnaps Scorch, and reveals something strange about Aqua. You choose the strange secret.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 20, 2014

    Pokemon Mystery Dungeon~Bringing the Fire: Chapter 11

    ((Eh, I should've put "Ugh, random entrances FROM the author", not "BY the author".))<p>Once again, Team Gemstone traveled through Thundering Woods. They had Sparky lead them through the forest, since Scorch and Aqua only been to part of it, and Flame, Growl, and Kyubii have never been there before. Suddenly, a familiar voice said "I told you I would be back."<p>Nidoking, Fang, and Dash was standing in front of the Pokemon. Nidoking growled "We can't let you have the Storm Amulet. Faru says that it can stop his plans, and therefore we won't be able to be rich and famous." Fang looked at Aqua and snorted. "Sis, I'm surprised that your 'friends' are still with you. Ah, well, I guess I better stop you from interfering with our plans." "Yep. You're going down!" Dash squawked. "ATTACK! Po<_>ison Sting!" roared Nidoking, firing the purple needles at Kyubii. Kyubii dodged the attack, then shouted "Energy Ball!" A green orb hi<_>t the purple Pokemon. "Flame Charge!" Scorch yelled, also striking Nidoking. "Earthquake!" The Fire-type Pokemon were both harmed by the move. "Psyshock!" Kyubii snarled. "Peck!" the Combusken shouted in turn, her beak turning white. Nidoking was de<_>feated. Meanwhile, Aqua and Growl were fighting Fang. "Ice Fang!" ((Another pun!)) Fang growled, biting Growl. "Dragon Claw!" Growl snarled, her claws glowing red and scratching the Feraligter. "Bi<_>te!" Aqua said. "Cr<_>unch!" Fang shouted, taking his sister in his jaws, and bi<_>t down hard before throwing her to the ground. "You try to be better than your older brother, sis, but we all know you're just the average little sister with big dreams," he growled. Just then, Aqua began to evolve. When the process of evolution ended, she looked like Fang, albeit with brown eyes and spikes are tinted yellow. "Rock Tomb!" she yelled. Aqua stomped her feet, and rocks fell out of nowhere on her brother. Growl beat him by using Dragonbreath. Dash was having trouble fighting against Flame and Sparky, especially the latter. "Wing Attack!" the Spearow screeched, and his wing glowed white and st<_>ruck Flame. Flame used Flamethrower on her, and the Flaaffy finished him off with Thunder. The three Pokemon fled, and Team Gemstone continued on thier path.<p>They finally came to a de<_>ad, blackened tree, from the many times it has been st<_>ruck by lightning. Here, the clouds are darker, and it's constantly raining. Suddenly, thunder boomed, and a Pokemon like Tornadus appeared. He had a cloud for a lower body, and shared the same white mustache, mu<_>scular arms, and yellow eyes. However, his body was light blue, the white hair in a zigzag pattern, and he had violet tail that had black orbs with one large spike on each one. "Excuse me, but we need the Storm Amulet," Scorch said. "You will have to fight me, Thundurus, for it." Lightning flashed. "What is up with Legendaries and lightning?" Aqua commented. Thundurus changed into a draconic form. His mustasche formed a snout with fangs. His arms lost thier muscular appearance, becoming long arms with cloud-covered hands, three claws poking out of each one. The cloud that was his lower body disappeared, replaced by clawed legs. Lightning flashed once more. "Now, let us fight!"

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 2, 2014

    Read this now important really

    This amera is a beast my friend got it it looks like your seeing the world through lenses that reveal all beauty and clarification it is amazing defenetly reccomended if you want superb video and photos buy now

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