Whilst you might know how to set up your camera for your favourite subject, learning the settings you need for a new area is challenging, as is remembering what (and where) to set.
That’s why this new pocketable guide, explaining how to shoot a wide array of possible subjects during the daytime, seems like it’s sent from heaven – an aide-mémoire to prompt you to assess your environment, the style and feel you’re going for, then the settings needed to succeed with the shot.
How to Shoot Day
covers diverse subjects such as fast-paced action and long exposures for blurring water, plus challenging subjects such as rainbows, snow scenes and macro.
This How to Shoot guide is designed to complement Nina's popular EOS camera pocketbook series
, which are concise guides to the most used and confused features and controls on your camera.
What’s more, your little 48-page book includes exposure charts for different light levels – invaluable as they’ll help you see whether your settings are achievable in the current conditions – and a full glossary to help with jargon-busting.
It's printed in full colour and only A6 in size (105 × 148 mm), so is truly pocketable and portable. Slip into your camera bag or pocket and this little 48-page photography guide is on-hand to remind you of the key settings needed for your chosen subject when out in the field. And for extra protection when out-and-about, your Pocketbook comes in a durable clear plastic pocket.
With this handy How to Shoot guide in your pocket, your next trips can be filled with creativity, and are perfect for getting great results in the daytime with your Canon EOS camera.