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Getting Started with the EOS 77D by Nina Bailey (reprint)

Getting Started with the EOS 77D by Nina Bailey (reprint)

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Nina Bailey
(Code: N165-A5)
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A no-nonsense guide to your new camera learn the basics of photography and find your way round your Canon EOS 77D with this 187-page book.

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Originally designed as an eBook, this guide is now available as a black-and-white reprint.

Finish: A5 spiral bound book (also available in A4)

This is a trial service until 31 December 2017.


  1. A no-nonsense guide to your new camera learn the basics of photography and find your way round your Canon EOS 77D with this 187-page book.

    This reference volume will be ideal if you're new to photography or are self-taught, or you originally learnt with a film camera and sometimes struggle to get the images you want with digital cameras.

    Nina starts off by explaining the basic terms used within photography and then looks at how to make the most of the Basic Zone this enables you to get going with the automated modes on your 77D whilst learning about the more sophisticated and customisable features on your camera.

    Then, as the guide moves on, you'll learn how take images successfully with your EOS using the creative modes. You'll also find out about some of the overrides that you're most likely to use within the creative modes, what they do and how they are applied.

    Extending your EOS system

    Part of the strength of the EOS system and why DSLRs remain so popular even since the advent of smartphones is the vast lens range that's available to enhance and extend your photography. Nina takes a look at why the lenses you use play such an important part in capturing your images and altering your outlook, whilst also explaining some of the terms commonly associated with lenses.

    187 pages long


    Key topics

    Camera sensor size and lenses

    Understanding the key settings

    ISO what it sets and when to use it

    About the high ISO settings and when they need to be used

    Understanding what the aperture does

    How the ISO, shutter speed and aperture interact

    Problem exposures and why they happen

    Understanding the PIC and Scene modes

    Understanding the Creative modes

    Understanding the versatility of the Program mode

    Understanding the basic focusing set-up

    Understanding the basic exposure overrides

    What makes successful images

    The part lenses play within photography

    Understanding lenses

    Understanding lens jargon

    The thought process we use in photography

    Understanding what light does to our images

 


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Reprint size : A5 book
The content is excellent ! The printing is atrocious! I could not purchase the PDF version as it was not offered. The reprint is hard to read, the type is a very small font and comes out as a gray rather than black. This makes it difficult to read. I have several PDF books by Nina Bailey which are far superior products. I will not purchase a "print version" again.
Gerald K.
 
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