Want to Take Photos Like a Pro? The Answer Will Now Be in Your Pocket. With iPhone Camera Guides from QuickPro, you'll never have to miss the shot of ...
Want to Take Photos Like a Pro? The Answer Will Now Be in Your Pocket. With iPhone Camera Guides from QuickPro, you'll never have to miss the shot of your life again. Whether itâ€™s that birthday surprise, graduation ceremony, or your daughters' wedding day, the ability to take a photo like a Pro is within reach. It's literally in your pocket. Easy to use, full color video guides to all the top digital models are available for quick reference and review on your Apple iPhone. QuickPro Camera Guides, the leading producer of Camera Guide tutorials, announces Digital 201. Now you have ready to go instruction of all camera functions where you need it and when you need it. Really want to capture the Colosseum and Pantheon on your trip to Rome? Take along your iPhone and, while you're on the plane, enjoy a Pro training session with a QuickPro Camera Guide specialist. It's as easy as picking up the phone. Includes a 20% discount off the purchase of our many QuickPro Camera Guide Series available at quickprocameraguides.com Provides: - Instructional video on all aspects of photography. - On the go video playback. No WIFI required after initial install for watching in the field. - Interactive search to find information on particular camera features. - Online customer support. - Email QuickPro camera guides from the iPhone Application for 20% off the purchase of any QuickPro Camera Guide Series. Subjects Include: Introduction The Power of Light Angle and Intensity Overview of Light Light and Movement Techniques Parts of a Camera The Lightproof Box Lenas and Shutter Focal Length & Angle of View The Image Sensor Aperture and Exposure Exposure Exposure Basics Elements of Exposure Depth of Field Understanding F-Stops Shutter Speeds & ISO Latitude What the Camera "Sees" Overexposed Areas The Histogram Working with Latitude Shooting Modes Automatic Modes Flash Modes Program Auto Modes Manual Settings White Balance The Color of Light Light Source Temperature White Balance Scale Understanding Kelvin Custom White Balance Using Lght Ambient Light Artificial Light Hard and Soft Light The Effects of Light Benefits of a Tripod Outdoor Lighting Lighting and Location Shooting in Daylight Backlight Camera Meters Cloudy Conditions Indoor Lighting Sunlight and Windows Influences of Light Setting Up Subjects Indoor Light Settings Using ISO or a Flash Using a Flash When to use a Flash Built in Flash Units Using a Flash Outdoors Outdoors at Night Adding Light to Locations Flash Range The Range of Flash Adjusting Flash Power Flash and Distance Effects of Flash Flash and ISO Flash Modes Basic Flash Modes Auto Flash Mode Red-Eye Reduction Manual Flash Mode Slow Speed Sync External Flash Benefits of External Flash External Flash Modes Advantage of External Flash Flexibility Bouncing Light Conclusion Monitoring Light Light and Time Flash Review Light Review
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