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Contents


Introduction


How To Use This eBook


1 The Camera

Features and Functions

Focus Modes

Light Metering

Exposure Modes

Aperture Priority

Flexible Program

Mode

Automatic

Exposure Lock

Exposure

Compensating

Multiple  Exposure

Bracketing

How to Load The

35mm Camera

How to Hold The

Camera

Erect Image Viewing

and The SLR

Depth of Field

Preview Button

Mirror Lock Up

The Battery

Fully Automatic Cameras

How To Modify

Exposure With An

Automatic Camera

Kodak APS,Advanced

Photographic System

Medium and Large

Format Cameras


2 Aperture and Shutter

Speed

Aperture Or f-stop

Shutter Speed


3 Exposure

An Example From the

Beach

Photographic

Exposure

Tying It All Together


4 The Long and Short

of Lenses

Focal Length

Angle of View

Wide Angle Lens

The Normal Lens

The Telephoto Lens

The Zoom Lens


5 Depth of Field


6 Film

Color Slide Film

Color Print Film

Black and White Film

Chromogenic Black

and White Film

Film Processing

ISO

DX Coding

Color Temperature


7 Electronic Flash

Automatic Flash

Manual Flash

Determining Exposure

Flash Technique

Bounce Flash

Daylight Flash

Using a Kicker


8 Exploit Your

Equipment

9 Filters

Filters for Lens

Protection

Filters For Color and

Black and White

Photography

Neutral Density

Filters

The Polarizing Filter

Filters for Color

Photography

Filters for Black

and White Photography

The Color Wheel

Filter Affect On

Primary Colors

Filters To Lighten or

Darken


10Buying Used Eequipment

How To Check A Used

Camera

How To Check A Used

Lens

How To Check A Used

Electronic Flash

11 Travel Photography

What To Photograph

Traveler's Aids

The Travelers Camera

Bag

Specific Equipment


12 Composition

Ways To Improve

Your Photos

How To See Artistically


13 Macrophotography


14 Sports Photography

Badminton

Billiards, Pool, and

Snooker

Bowling

Boxing

Diving

Fencing

Field Events

Foot Races and

Marathons

Golf

Greyhound Racing

Field Hockey

Horse Racing

Ice Hockey

Tennis

Motor Sports

Rowing

Rugby

Skating, Figure

Skating, Racing

Skiing

Steeplechasing

Swimming

Table Tennis

Wrestling


15 Digital Photography

How Do Digital

Cameras Work

ISO Speed and Gain

fStops

The Shutter

Focal Length

Color From

Bits and Photons

How Many Pixels?

Resolution of Digital

Images

Taking The Picture

Image Editing

Digital Graphic File

Formats


16 The Portrait


17Photography For Your Online Needs


18Night Photography

Photographing a

Television or

Computer Monitor

Focus On Nothing To

and Render Your

Subjects Razor Sharp


19 Unlikely Situations

Photographing a

Television or

Computer Monitor

Focus On Nothing To

and Render Your

Subjects Razor Sharp


20Wedding Photography

Appendices

Appendix A Questions

Appendix B Self

Assignments

Self Assignment 1

Learning To See

Self Assignment 2

The Portrait

Self Assignment 3

Outdoor Photography

Appendix C

Problems and Their

Solution

Appendix D

Equipment Care and

Handling

Appendix E Further

Reading

Appendix F Model

Release


Glossary


Index


The End? Or the beginning?




Read for an hour. Take pictures for two hours. Practice what you learn.



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