6 Free E-Books That Will Help You Understand Your Camera Better
Knowing your camera functions well allows you to expand your photographic horizons. Photo by Jamie Street
Do you own a DSLR or an advanced camera but haven’t figured out how to best use the different camera controls and settings available to you? The camera manual is usually a good place to start but we all know reading through a manual can get boring very quickly. If you’re looking to get a better understanding of your camera, we are here to help.
This post is a collection of six of our free guides on certain camera settings and functions. Having a knowledge of these functionalities will help you understand your camera better and make you a more confident photographer. Do check them out!
Download now → With all its settings and dials, a DSLR camera can be quite intimidating at first. There may be a steep learning curve, to understand everything that your camera is capable of doing and then putting it to practice. Photographer David Veldman lists ten important camera controls that you should know.
Download now → Are your photographs coming out too dark or too bright for your liking? If so, you need to understand your camera’s metering modes better. This guide will take you through the different metering modes – spot, center-weighted, evaluative, and partial – and tell you when to utilize which one.
Download now → In this guide, Jason D. Little compares a DSLR with a mirrorless camera based on different parameters and how each system has its own set of advantages and disadvantages over the other. Keeping these factors in mind can help you choose between the two technologies, if you need to.
Download now → A variety of different shooting modes are available on an advanced camera. The automatic modes offer no control over the picture taking process while the other modes allow you certain control. Which modes should you use and when? Kent DuFault answers the question in this guide.
Download now → This guide by photographer Jason D. Little will help you understand the exposure triangle- the triad of shutter speed, aperture and ISO- which are the core settings that determine the exposure when you press the shutter button to capture a photograph.
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