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No question about it, your Canon Rebel T2i is a picture-taking powerhouse. But don't let all its fabulous features overwhelm you! This book starts by explaining all the bells and whistles and what they mean to you, the photographer. Then it shows you how to take creative control and what to do with those exceptional images once you have them.
Get outstanding results automatically — get the best results from the camera's auto modes, including Portrait, Sports, and Landscape plus Creative Auto mode
It's all about quality — see how the Quality setting affects resolution, file size, file format, and picture quality in both auto and manual modes
Get creative — take control of exposure, lighting, focus, and color
Snap the shots you want — get professional advice on taking better portraits, landscape photos, and action shots
Share the fun — transfer pictures to your computer, organize them, and share them online
Open the book and find:
Explanations of photography jargon
A quick-reference guide for settings and strategies
Tips on taking great HD movies
How to work with aperture, shutter speed, and ISO
Advice on using the T2i/550D's autofocus system
Ten cool special-purpose features
How to use Canon's free software to download and edit photos
Hints for perfect prints
Use all the onboard controls, Live View, and Playback mode
Manipulate focus, exposure, and color
Download, edit, and print your images or post them online
IN FULL COLOR!
Dan Burkholder is a professional photographer and photography educator specializing in techniques that combine film and digital photography.
This is a great tool for new photographers. It goes into a lot of detail but manages to break it down into simple terms so that even the most amateur photographers can pick it up... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Daniel Duggan
Its not as good as I wanted it to be. I honestly felt like I was reading the User manual that came with the Canon. Read morePublished 6 months ago by MarthaNewFan
My wife has a T22i and has found it to be very complex. She takes this book with her camera and is fast becoming an expertPublished 7 months ago by Dale P. Zimmerman