This book is a comprehensive reference guide to photography with your EOS camera. Whether you are new to DSLR photography, a self-taught photographer or moving on to digital from EOS film cameras, this 169-page book will teach you what you need to know in order to get to grips with your EOS camera.
How does light affect the images you shoot? Light is arguably the most critical element in the success of the final image. It can make an otherwise reasonable image shine or a stunning scene fail to impress. Yet there is often little you can do to control it. So you need to learn how to work within its constraints and take advantage of the opportunities that are available to you.
Composition is key to a successful image. Some photographers have a natural eye for seeing images, whilst others need a little help. Luckily it is a skill that can be taught, and this book will show you how to master the art of composition and will guide your understanding of the relationship between the different components of a successful image.
This guide to travel photography, written especially for Canon
photographers, looks in-depth at all aspects of travel photography with
your EOS camera and provides you with the knowledge and skills you need
to come back from your next holiday with stunning images that capture
the essence and memories of the place you visited.
Many family members run for cover when they see a camera pointed at them, so you have to work quickly and confidently to capture the images you want of family and friends. This 161-page book, the most in-depth of the Essential Guide series so far, takes you step-by-step through the techniques and equipment which are key to getting images of your family right in a variety of situations.
In this first of two books dedicated to travel photography, Nina picks
one hundred of her favourite travel images and explains what went into
creating them. Each image is explored in detail, giving background
information, the settings used on her Canon EOS equipment, the creative
vision and thought process before taking the shot.
In this second of two books dedicated to
travel photography, Nina picks one hundred of her favourite travel
images and explains what went into creating them. Each image is explored
in detail, giving background information, the settings used on her
Canon EOS equipment, the creative vision and thought process before
taking the shot.
An ideal guide to your EOS 5D Mark IV if it's your first new EOS camera for a few years to help you catch up with the latest features and improvements to the EOS system so you can take control of this formidable camera. You'll learn how to navigate with ease around your camera, understand the key camera controls and how to use them.
This guide, written by experienced Canon EOS tutor Nina Bailey, will help you get to grips with the more advanced features on your EOS 5D Mark IV, such as the focusing overrides, camera customisation and the basic operation of Wi-Fi and GPS systems. You'll get your 5D Mark IV configured the way you want it quickly and efficiently.