Understanding Exposure

Understanding Exposure

How to Shoot Great Photographs With Any Camera

eBook - 2010
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Publisher: New York : Amphoto Books, 2010.
Edition: 3rd ed. Sony eReader ed.
ISBN: 9780817400293
081740029X
Characteristics: 1 online resource (1 electronic book (176 p.) : ill. ).
Additional Contributors: Sony Corporation of America
Contents: Defining exposure
Aperture
Shutter speed
Light 100
Filters, special techniques & flash.

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JYLEET Mar 14, 2013

Easy to see why this book is a best-seller. With easy to understand and interesting narrations, the author does a great job of explaining how ISO, shutter speed, aperture, WB, etc, all interact in producing a "creatively correct" exposure. This book is packed with valuable nuggets of information, yet can be read in a couple of days.

whitehots_pmpl Dec 08, 2012

Excellent book, if you want to learn basics of digital photography and want to know what is shutter speed, aperture, ISO and how these settings can affect your images. This book will teach you how to make full use of your dslr. After reading this book you feel more comfortable using manual mode.

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arthursavage
Aug 17, 2012

This is a great and easy to understand book. The poster 229500... is totally incorrect. First of all "how to shoot great photographs with every camera" is still true if a camera doesn't support one feature he mentions. Secondly, his camera, along with every other dSLR, is absolutely compatible with filters. Just look at the diameter printed on the front of your lens eg. 67mm. Find a filter that size and screw it on. As long as you buy the right size it will fit on any brand of dSLR lens.

vozzy Jun 10, 2011

A great read for anyone who wants to better understand how to use the manual settings on their camera. I've had plenty of "lightbulb" moments and feel more in control of my picture taking now :)

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Sep 29, 2010

The "any camera" in the subtitle is not totally accurate. I checked, and I cannot buy a filter for my Nikon D-90 for my rainy-day photos. Fun to read, though, and plenty of useful information.

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