Subjects we cover in this eBook are: Rule of Thirds • Exposure • Aperture Choice • Shutter Speed Choice • Filters • ISO • Tripod Choice • RAW vs JPG • White Balance • Histogram • Sensor Sizes • Advice on Choosing Lenses • Understanding Lens Diffraction • Location Shooting and Preparations • How to properly use Live View.
Beginner’s Guide To Landscape Photography
58 pages • File size 17.6 MB
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