Nikon D7100 For Dummies

A must-have, full-color guide to the Nikon D7100 The Nikon D7100 is an ideal camera for beginning photographers who may lack structured photography training but are still eager and determined to take great photos. And that?s where this fun-and-friendly guide comes in handy! Packed with more than 300...

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: King, Julie Adair
Format: eBook
Published: Hoboken Wiley 2013
Series:For dummies
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Collection: O'Reilly - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Table of Contents:
  • At a Glance; Table of Contents; Introduction; A Quick Look at What's Ahead; Icons and Other Stuff to Note; eCheat Sheet; Practice, Be Patient, and Have Fun!; Part I: Fast Track to Super Snaps; Chapter 1: Getting the Lay of the Land; Looking at Lenses; Adjusting the Viewfinder Focus; Ordering from Camera Menus; Decoding the Displays; Working with Memory Cards; Exploring External Camera Controls; Asking Your Camera for Help; Reviewing Basic Setup Options; Chapter 2: Choosing Basic Picture Settings; Choosing an Exposure Mode; Choosing the Shutter-Release Mode
  • Chapter 9: Putting It All TogetherRecapping Basic Picture Settings; Shooting Still Portraits; Capturing Action; Capturing Scenic Vistas; Capturing Dynamic Close-Ups; Part IV: The Part of Tens; Chapter 10: Ten Fun (And Practical) Ways to Manipulate Your Photos; Applying the Retouch Menu Filters; Removing Red-Eye; Straightening Tilting Horizon Lines; Removing (Or Creating) Lens Distortion; Correcting Perspective; Cropping (Trimming) Your Photo; Manipulating Exposure and Color; Creating Monochrome Images; Playing with Special Effects; Two Roads to a Multi-Image Exposure
  • Choosing the Right Image Size and Image Quality SettingsReducing the Image Area (DX versus 1.3x Crop); Chapter 3: Taking Great Pictures, Automatically; Setting Up for Automatic Success; As Easy as It Gets: Auto and Auto Flash Off; Taking Advantage of Scene Modes; Chapter 4: Exploring Live View Photography and Movie Making; Using Your Monitor as a Viewfinder; Exploring Live View Focusing; Shooting Still Pictures in Live View Mode; Shooting Movies; Screening Your Movies; Trimming Movies; Saving a Movie Frame as a Still Image; Part II: Working with Picture Files
  • Chapter 5: Playback Mode: Viewing, Erasing, and Protecting PhotosCustomizing Basic Playback Options; Viewing Images in Playback Mode; Viewing Picture Data; Deleting Photos; Hiding Photos during Playback; Protecting Photos; Creating a Slide Show; Viewing Your Photos on a Television; Chapter 6: Downloading, Printing, and Sharing Your Photos; Choosing the Right Photo Software; Sending Pictures to the Computer; Processing Raw (NEF) Files; Planning for Perfect Prints; Preparing Pictures for Online Use; Copying Files from One Card to Another; Part III: Taking Creative Control
  • Chapter 7: Getting Creative with Exposure and LightingIntroducing the Exposure Trio: Aperture, Shutter Speed, and ISO; Exploring the Advanced Exposure Modes; Reading (And Adjusting) the Meter; Setting Aperture, Shutter Speed, and ISO; Choosing an Exposure Metering Mode; Sorting through Your Camera's Exposure-Correction Tools; Working with Flash; Bracketing Exposures; Chapter 8: Manipulating Focus and Color; Mastering the Autofocusing System; Focusing Manually; Manipulating Depth of Field; Controlling Color; Choosing a Color Space: sRGB versus Adobe RGB; Taking a Quick Look at Picture Controls