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- Editor: John Wiley & Sons Inc; Edición: 1 (27 de julio de 2011)
- Colección: For Dummies
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 1118118197
- ISBN-13: 978-1118118191
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Nikon D5100 for Dummies (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 27 jul 2011
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A picture-perfect beginner guide to the new Nikon D5100 Eager to take a shot at using the exciting new Nikon D5100? Then this is the introductory book for you! Aimed at first-time DSLR shooters who need a friendly guide on how to use their camera, this straightforward book is packed with full-color images that help demonstrate how to use features of the Nikon D5100. Coverage explores the on-board effects, low-light settings, and automatic HDR shooting. Clear explanations detail the ways in which you can use the new features of the Nikon D5100 to add unique shots to your portfolio while an explanation of photography terms gets you confident and savvy with this fun DSLR camera. * Covers basic camera controls and functions, shooting in auto mode, setting photo quality, and navigating menus and the view screen * Introduces the basics of photography, including the settings that control lighting, exposure, focus, and color * Addresses the new low-light and HDR settings * Encourages you to use the new onboard effects features and shares tips for improving images with editing software Get a grasp on the fun Nikon D5100 with this fun and friendly guide!
Make the most of that cool new camera! Learn all its tricks and take creative control
Your D5100 is made for creative expression. The more you understand about your camera, the more fun you can have. Learn about all the settings, find out what all those technical buzzwords mean, and then start getting creative — begin mastering exposure, manipulating focus, shooting video, and sharing it all online, by e-mail, or in prints.
A perfect setup — learn how to set up your camera for basic shootingand how to get the best results in the fully automatic modes
Movie time — choose the right quality, focus, and audio options, then record and edit HD movies
Go pro — move out of Auto mode and take full control over exposure, flash, focus, and color
Explore exposure — get the scoop on f-stops, shutter speed, ISO, and other exposure controls
Learn to share — download and process your images for prints or online sharing
Open the book and find:
When to use JPEG and when to shoot Raw
Advice on basic photo settings
Tips for shooting still photos in Live View
What you can learn from a histogram and other picture data
How to tweak exposure with Active D-Lighting and HDR
Comparisons of editing programs
Which autofocus settings work best
Ten fun and useful photo effects
Take professional-looking photos even if this is your first dSLR
Use the autoexposure Scene modes or move up to manual control
Get creative with exposure, color, focus, and special effects
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For me, this has become my go-to reference manual for the D5100. It has a very good index, so when I want more information on a certain topic, it's easy to find. I usually find additional information that adds to my understanding of the camera, and photography in general.
I have not worked through this book in a systematic way, as I have with Rob Sylvan's book Nikon D5100: From Snapshots to Great Shots, but instead I use it as a supplement. In fact, these two books make a great combination. Sylvan presents his material almost like a course, starting out with basic concepts and building up to more complex ones, while King covers each topic in detail from the beginning. I certainly refer to this one often enough that I would not want to be without it.