(Please note that this material was also published as Your Camera Loves You: Learn to Love it Back, Peachpit Press [978-0-321-78410-0].)
If you’re not thrilled with the photos you’re getting from your digital camera–whether it’s a point-and-shoot or a DSLR–the answer isn’t a new camera. It’s learning to use the one you’ve got! After all, it’s not the camera that takes
great shots–it’s the person behind the camera. In Getting Started in Digital Photography: From Snapshots to Great
Shots, photographer and instructor Khara Plicanic teaches the basics of photography and digital camera functions
that you can apply to any camera, anywhere, any time– answering questions like: What do all those different modes mean and when do I use them? What’s a megapixel and why should I care?
Follow along with Khara, and you will:
Chapter 1: Three's Company
Chapter 2: Shooting Mode Bonanza
Chapter 3: Function Junction
Chapter 4: Gettin' Your Glass On
Chapter 5: Rock that Camera!
Chapter 6: Clarification Station
Chapter 7: From Zero to Hero
Chapter 8: Life After the Click