|publisher :||Independently published|
|ISBN 10 :||B08BF44KT3|
|ISBN 13 :|
|page Number :||407|
|file size :||36 MB|
This easy to follow collection of photography tutorials is the ideal book to help you take full control of your digital camera and its settings. Each bite size tutorial is full of sample photographs and explanatory diagrams to accompany the jargon-free (often humorous) explanations of topics such as aperture, white balance and composition. This book aims to get you off auto mode so that you can take the photographs that match your creative vision. Why let the camera decide these things for you?Although the technical side using your camera is covered in some detail in this eBook, over half of the text deals with the creative side of photography. The second part of the book deals with composition techniques and the importance of the right light in creating beautiful photographs with real visual impact.This eBook has been specifically formatted to be read on a kindle or mobile phone. This means you can read one of the compact but information packed tutorials during your commute or even refer to them while out shooting with your camera. Outdoor Photography Essentials is divided into four sections:Section 1: ExposureThis section covers the exposure triangle: aperture, shutter speed and ISO. We also learn about common exposure problems and how to avoid or fix them.Section 2: Camera SettingsTake full control of your camera by learning how to use aperture priority, shutter priority and full manual modes. Other important settings such as metering modes, white balance, focus modes and focal length are also explained in an easy to follow way.Section 3: CompositionThe composition section presents 25 composition ideas from the rule of thirds to leading lines to concepts such as “the decisive moment”. These ideas will help bring your photography to the next level.Section 4: LightPhotography is all about light. When is the best time of the day to take photographs outdoors? What are the ideal weather conditions for outdoor photography? Why should I take photographs during golden hour and blue hour? What can I photograph on a dull cloudy day for example? What can I photograph when it’s raining? This series of tutorials on light and weather conditions aims to answer these questions and more.