Digital SLR Handbook [NOOK Book]

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This is the definitive practical guide to getting the most out of your digital SLR camera, written by top working photographer, John Freeman. Full of inspiring photography and professional tips, it is ideal for all keen amateur photographers and those aspiring to move over from using a traditional film SLR camera.The digital single lens reflex (DSLR) camera is now the must-have camera for all serious amateur photographers. Whether you already own one or are thinking of making the move from a point-and-shoot ...
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Digital SLR Handbook

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Overview

This is the definitive practical guide to getting the most out of your digital SLR camera, written by top working photographer, John Freeman. Full of inspiring photography and professional tips, it is ideal for all keen amateur photographers and those aspiring to move over from using a traditional film SLR camera.The digital single lens reflex (DSLR) camera is now the must-have camera for all serious amateur photographers. Whether you already own one or are thinking of making the move from a point-and-shoot digital camera or a film SLR, this practical guide will provide all the help, advice and inspiration you need.Chapters include: understanding the DSLR system, seeing the picture, photographing landscapes, nature, people, architecture, still life, action, getting more from your DSLR and post-production techniques.

John Freeman is a highly experienced professional photographer and the author of several books on photography, including Collins Digital SLR Handbook and Need to Know? Digital SLR Photography. John has a regular column in What Digital Camera? and Digital Camera magazines, and his work can be viewed at his frequent exhibitions and on his website.

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Freeman, an experienced professional photographer and the author of several photo books, has provided an outstanding manual for the digital single-lens reflex camera. For decades, the 35mm SLR film camera has been the cornerstone of serious photographers' equipment, but it has quickly been eclipsed by the digital version. Freeman, in fact, makes a convincing case for the digital SLR's superiority over the film version, especially in low light. This is a technically comprehensive yet user-friendly book, with richly illustrated chapters on shooting landscapes, nature, people, architecture, and still lifes. Unlike David D. Busch's Mastering Digital SLR Photography, Freeman's work delves into post-production processes, such as the Photoshop patch, clone, and brush tools. Highly recommended.
—Daniel Lombardo

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780007436293
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
  • Publication date: 8/4/2011
  • Sold by: Harper Collins UK
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: ePub edition
  • Pages: 256
  • Sales rank: 762,791
  • File size: 59 MB
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John Freeman

John Freeman is a highly experienced professional photographer and the author of several books on photography, including Collins Digital SLR Handbook and Need to Know? Digital SLR Photography. John has a regular column in What Digital Camera? and Digital Camera magazines, and his work can be viewed at his frequent exhibitions and on his website.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 31, 2015

    §єЂ'§ Resignation Continued

    The republic worked out at first, and then Shadow Angel showed up. He acts as some kind of angel send from god. I had to make it clear to him that god wasn't even an idea historically. Maybe by what it says in the bible, but not in real life. So l told him he couldn't be who he acts like. He refused and that started drama in my new camp. So when he finally agreed to be someone elses son, the camp was already falling to pieces. I decided to focus most of my time on AC at that point.<p>
    Now let me tell you mething about Joey. Joey told me when l got back that he was friends with Kenny. He told me things only people actually good friends with Kenny know. So l knew he was friends with him. He also told me he was in Baghdad on some mission in the Marines. Then he left and dissapeared for a while. During that time, Cypher had mentioned being told (and Kenny was told too) that Joey is a Green Berau (spelled wrong) and he was on a su<_>icide mission that nobody will come back from. Then Joey comes back a couple days later saying he's injured and in a hospital in Baghdad. He then mentions he's a SEAL at 19. Which isn't possible. Then he changes his story to say he's in the Airforce. So wh is he really? Me and Cypher nail him at every point. Every lie. Suddenly he realizes he failed and says he's an imposter. The moment he says that the 'real' Joey walks in. How irronic considering he's benn gone for like two weeks. Then the other day he says none of that was him, but somhow he knows the stuff l told the 'fake' Joey. Hmm. Then he says to soeone that he owns a car shop and writes books. Yeah right. So if you thin for a moment he will tell the truth, then your wrong. He's a lie. And speaking of lies. I guess l should make this clear. Kenny never told me to replace the leaders. I knew nobody would accept change, even for the better. So l told everyone that. Thats not any different then hat he did at ethics. If you read Cyrus' bio there he says l texted him to be leader. I dont have a phone. Kenny changed my leaders too. But with good intent in mind. So did l at AC. All l was trying to do was get Kenny's camp back into shape so he would coe back to his wish fullfilled. But fine l will leave. But l'm not letting Joey win his spot in leadership. Heres something, you vote on me leaving. Post your vote at the next res. Should l do which of the following:<p>
    1) Resign<br>
    2) Quit RP maybe still post every once in a while and still make stories and symbol guides<br>
    3) Not give in to Joey and still be a leader.<p>
    You pick. I always have let the people pick. I saw someone call AC a dictatorship now. Guess what it was before. A dictatorship. Kenny banned so many pple he was a more hardcore leader. I was leniant. Plus back then only Kenny was in charge. Now its me rayne and jack. Another thing, pple are acting like lm doing something to the camp. I havent made oe desicion. Ive only said lm a leader out loud. Everything else is because of Rayne. So yell at him not me. Another thing is Joey keeps asking pple if they want AC like ethics. Because he claims l did the drama to my camp. No. That was Kenny. I left and it was fine, Kenny made it full of drama. Kenny was the leader of it at th time. So get your times right. Anothr thing is, someone called me a newb. You do realize lve rped longer than most of you. I was around when scarlet letter first was starting. Peop say that tey started in 09. Rp wasnt a thing then. It was 2011 that it got big. So vote.

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