This e-book is for anyone is interested in going beyond the Program mode with their digital single lens reflex camera or DSLR. My goal for the readers of this book, was to create an easy to understand, solid foundation with which to learn photography from.
This e-book starts at the beginning with the proper way to hold your camera (so important!) and extends into composition and technical modes. It also delves into metering and using the dreaded manual mode! Then there is the fun stuff- the creative process with a few tips & tricks to get your creative juices flowing!
The book touches on differences and similarities of digital vs. film cameras which will help you understand digital much more. Your camera is such an amazing tool… but it’s still just a tool. Your gear bag shouldn’t just consist of lenses and reflectors. First and foremost it should have the knowledge of how to use your camera, your instrument of creativity.
To get the most out of this e-book, you will need a DSLR with the following modes: Manual, Aperture priority and Shutter priority. Most will also have the Program mode. You can still get a lot out of this book even if you have a point and shoot camera or you are a smart phone photography aficionado! I hope you enjoy it and learn a lot! Hopefully this will be the first of a few more e-books on photography. Cheers for now and happy learning!
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About the Author
River (Adrienne) started her photography career in Los Angeles and later moved to Seattle, WA where she owned & operated a successful wedding and portrait studio for 14 years. Published in countless magazines she was eventually named as one of 10 best photographers in the northwest by NW Bridal magazine. Her award winning Nature & Landscape images have appeared in several Northwest galleries and art shows in Arizona & New Mexico. She has exhibited her fine art work in Parklane Gallery and Knight Vision Gallery in the Seattle area, The Durango Arts Center & Open Shutter Gallery in Colorado. Troutwater Gallery, The Arts Center in Tetonia Id, and she was honored to be one of only 5 photographers to exhibit in the Western Visions show at the National Museum of Wildlife in Jackson, WY. Her passions in life besides Photography include anything and everything about Nature & Wildlife, her dogs, Whales, Horses, Beaches, the mountains, music and Sea Kayaking! She lives her dream life in SW Montana with her husband photographer/artist “Flash” and their two dogs Amigo & Scout.