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Beginner's Guide to the EOS 5D Mark IV by Nina Bailey (reprint)

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Beginner's Guide to the EOS 5D Mark IV by Nina Bailey (reprint)
Originally designed as an eBook, this guide is now available as a black-and-white reprint.

Finish: A5 spiral bound book (also available in A4)

A no-nonsense guide to your new camera learn the basics of photography and the anatomy of the powerful EOS 5D Mark IV with this 132-page introductory book.

This reference volume will be ideal if you're new to photography or are self-taught, or you originally learnt with a film camera and sometimes struggle to get the images you want with digital cameras.

Nina starts off by explaining the basic terms used within photography and then looks using the Auto+ mode to the full this enables you to get going with the 5D Mark IV whilst learning about the more sophisticated and customisable features on your camera.

You'll be taken step-by-step through the simpler creative modes such as Program, TV and AV, so you can take more control of your digital EOS. Nina also explains some of the overrides that are commonly used within the creative modes, what they do and the basics of how they are applied.

The book finishes off by looking at the thought process you need to follow to achieve consistently strong images and looks at how things such as lighting can affect the images that you are shooting.

There are assignments at the end of each chapter to reinforce your learning and to ensure you have the grounding you need to fully understand how each feature and setting works.

Extending your EOS system
Part of the strength of the EOS system and why DSLRs remain so popular even since the advent of smartphones is the vast lens range that's available to enhance and extend your photography. Nina takes a look at why the lenses you use play such an important part in capturing your images and altering your outlook, whilst also explaining some of the terms commonly associated with lenses.

132 pages long

Key topics
Camera sensor size and lenses
Understanding the key settings
ISO what it sets and when to use it
About the high ISO settings and when they need to be used
Understanding what the aperture does
How the ISO, shutter speed and aperture interact
Problem exposures and why they happen
Understanding the Auto+ mode
Understanding the creative modes
Understanding the versatility of the program mode
Understanding the basic focusing set-up
Understanding the basic exposure overrides
What makes successful images
The part lenses play within photography
Understanding lenses
Understanding lens jargon
The thought process we use in photography
Understanding what light does to our images

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