By Dennis Curtin
This book/eBook package deal is your advisor to getting extra fascinating and artistic images along with your Canon EOS electronic insurgent digicam - known as the EOS 300D in a few nations. so that it will research extra concerning the suggestions of images, this book/ebook is for you. It discusses each digital camera atmosphere in a transparent, well-illustrated variety, however it additionally does even more. you will see why and if you use particular settings, not only tips on how to set them. you will find that this consultant is helping you fast grasp your digicam so you will be getting the types of images you desire for. The publication is outlined in black & white and has a favored spiral binding that we could the e-book lie flat or be folded again. The accompanying booklet on a CD disc is a printable and searchable full-color model of an identical e-book in Adobe's well known PDF structure. it may be learn on a computer or Mac utilizing the unfastened Acrobat Reader or any present internet browser. The CD additionally contains trial models of some of the author's favourite progra! ms.
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When done, reset exposure compensation to 0 otherwise it will be remembered even when you turn off the camera. TIP ■ When using the built-in or external Speedlight, the AE/FE Lock button locks in flash exposure (page 101). Partial metering is used with AE lock to base the exposure on just the center 9% of the screen. AUTOEXPOSURE LOCK (AE) When the subject you want to expose correctly isn’t covered by a focus point, you can lock focus and exposure by pressing the shutter button halfway down and then recompose the image.
You can’t select one of these modes, but the camera will when you When autofocus is locked, select an exposure mode. the focus confirmation lights green and a red dot briefly flashes in the active focus point. ■ One-Shot autofocus mode (used in Portrait, Landscape, Close-up, Night Portrait, and A-DEP exposure modes) locks focus on a subject covered by one of the focus points when you press the shutter button halfway down and focus remains locked as long as you hold the button down. This mode is best for stationary subjects such as portraits and landscapes and when using focus lock (page 56).
Just before taking a shot, inhale deeply, then exhale and hold your breath while smoothly depressing the shutter button. When holding the camera for both horizontal and vertical photographs use your right finger to press the shutter button and your left hand to support the camera. The camera was steady for the left picture and moved for the right one. USING THE SELF-TIMER/REMOTE CONTROL The Digital Rebel has a self-timer that gives you a 10 second delay between the time you press the shutter button and the picture is taken.
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