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Nikon D3000 Digital Field Guide Paperback – 20 Nov 2009
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From the Back Cover
Maximize your skills and your camera′s capabilities
If this is your first digital SLR, here′s the perfect go–anywhere guide to help you master its many modes and menus. If you′re already experienced with dSLRs, this book will take you deeper into photographic excellence. Learn to take full advantage of Nikon′s Multi–CAM 1000 autofocus module and 3D tracking focus, how to enhance images right in the camera with the Retouch menu, and how to capture lifelike landscapes, perfect portraits, and everything in between.
Explore all the options available with the full range of Nikon lenses
Learn to use the scene modes for more automated shooting
Take control with semiautomatic and manual modes and learn the best ways to use them
Work with natural light, various flash combinations, and Speedlights
Get professional shooting tips for every subject, including portraits, landscapes, concerts, and many others
Inside your free gray card and color checker card to help you achieve accurate white balance and color
About the Author
J. Dennis Thomas is a professional photographer and author based in Austin, Texas. He owns Dead Sailor Productions, a photography and graphic design business, and has worked with many notable clients. He has authored ten previous Digital Field Guides and has published articles in national photography magazines.
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