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Canon EOS Rebel T7/2000D For Dummies By Julie Adair King

Canon EOS Rebel T7/2000D For Dummies by Julie Adair King

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Canon EOS Rebel T7/2000D For Dummies Summary

Canon EOS Rebel T7/2000D For Dummies by Julie Adair King

A photography class-in a book! Your Canon EOS Rebel T7/1400D provides enough camera power to take the pro-style shots you've dreamed of shooting-and this book shows you how. Canon EOS Rebel T7/1400D For Dummies bridges the gap between taking quick shots in auto mode and taking charge of the settings that offer full control of your pictures' focus, color, and light balance. Take a peek inside to discover all the expert tips and tricks to take brag-worthy portraits, action shots, and close-ups-in a flash. No matter your subject, you'll get all the know-how and instruction you need to get the picture-perfect shot every time. Get started with automatic and creative modes Take full control of exposure to achieve better results Understand the settings that control light and color Follow steps on properly using flash Even if you've never picked up a DSLR camera, this friendly guide makes it fast and easy to unlock all your powerful Canon has to offer!

About Julie Adair King

Julie Adair King is a veteran educator and bestselling author in the field of digital photography. Through her books including Digital Photography For Dummies and several For Dummies guides to dSLR cameras, she has helped readers around the world explore the joy of photography.

Table of Contents

Introduction 1 How This Book Is Organized 2 Part 1: Fast Track to Super Snaps 2 Part 2: Taking Creative Control 2 Part 3: After the Shot 3 Part 4: The Part of Tens 3 Beyond the Book 3 Icons Used in This Book 4 Where to Go From Here 4 Part 1: Fast Track to Super Snaps 5 Chapter 1: Getting Up and Running 7 Preparing the Camera for Initial Use 7 Exploring External Camera Features 10 Topside controls 10 Back-of-the-body controls 12 Front-left features 15 Ordering from Camera Menus 17 Understanding menu basics 17 Navigating Custom Functions screens 18 Displaying the Camera Settings screen 19 Using the Monitor as Viewfinder: Live View Shooting 21 Monitoring Critical Picture Settings 23 Using the Shooting Settings display 24 Reading viewfinder data 25 Customizing the Live View display 25 Changing Settings via the Quick Control Screen 27 Familiarizing Yourself with the Lens 29 Switching from auto to manual focusing 29 Working with a zoom lens 30 Enabling image stabilization 31 Removing a lens 31 Working with Memory Cards 33 Reviewing Basic Setup Options 35 Setup Menu 1 35 Setup Menu 2 37 Setup Menu 3 38 Chapter 2: Choosing Basic Picture Settings 41 Selecting an Exposure Mode 42 Basic Zone modes 42 Creative Zone modes 43 Choosing a Shutter-Release (Drive) Mode 44 Understanding the Drive mode options 44 Checking and adjusting the Drive mode 46 Setting Resolution and File Type (The Image Quality Setting) 48 Adjusting the Image Quality setting 49 Considering resolution: Large, Medium, or Small? 51 Understanding file type (JPEG or Raw) 55 Adding Flash 61 Enabling and disabling flash 64 Using Red-Eye Reduction flash 66 Exploring advanced flash features (P, Tv, Av, and M modes) 67 Chapter 3: Taking Great Pictures, Automatically 75 Shooting in Auto and Flash Off Modes 75 Viewfinder photography in Scene Intelligent Auto and Flash Off modes 76 Live View photography in Scene Intelligent Auto and Flash Off modes 79 Exploring Image Zone (Scene) Modes 80 Taking pictures in scene modes 83 Modifying scene mode results 84 Gaining More Control with Creative Auto 91 Part 2: Taking Creative Control 93 Chapter 4: Taking Charge of Exposure 95 Introducing the Exposure Trio: Aperture, Shutter Speed, and ISO 96 Aperture affects depth of field 98 Shutter speed affects motion blur 99 ISO affects image noise 101 Doing the exposure balancing act 103 Stepping Up to Advanced Exposure Modes (P, Tv, Av, and M) 104 Monitoring Exposure Settings 105 Choosing an Exposure Metering Mode 108 Setting ISO, F-stop, and Shutter Speed 110 Controlling ISO 111 Adjusting aperture and shutter speed 115 Sorting Through Your Camera's Exposure-Correction Tools 117 Overriding autoexposure results with Exposure Compensation 117 Improving high-contrast shots with Highlight Tone Priority 121 Experimenting with Auto Lighting Optimizer 123 Correcting lens vignetting with Peripheral Illumination Correction 126 Locking Autoexposure Settings 128 Bracketing Exposures Automatically 130 Turning auto bracketing on and off 131 Shooting a bracketed series 133 Chapter 5: Controlling Focus and Depth of Field 135 Setting the Lens Focus Mode 136 Exploring Viewfinder Focusing Options 137 Adjusting autofocus performance 138 AF Point Selection: One focus point or many? 139 Changing the AF Operation mode 141 Choosing the right autofocus combo 143 Focusing During Live View and Movie Shooting 144 Choosing the AF Method 144 Manual focusing in Live View and Movie modes 151 Zooming in for a focus check 151 Manipulating Depth of Field 152 Chapter 6: Mastering Color Controls 157 Understanding the White Balance Setting 157 Adjusting the White Balance setting 159 Changing the Auto "priority" setting 161 Creating a custom White Balance setting 163 Using White Balance Correction to fine-tune settings 165 Bracketing shots with White Balance 167 Taking a Quick Look at Picture Styles 170 Chapter 7: Putting It All Together 175 Recapping Basic Picture Settings 176 Shooting Still Portraits 177 Capturing Action 182 Capturing Scenic Vistas 186 Capturing Dynamic Close-Ups 189 Coping with Special Situations 191 Chapter 8: Shooting and Viewing Movies 195 Recording Your First Movie Using the Default Settings 195 Customizing Movie Recording Settings 198 Movie Menu 1 200 Movie Menu 2 201 Movie Menu 3 205 Playing Movies 206 Part 3: After the Shot 209 Chapter 9: Picture Playback 211 Disabling and Adjusting Image Review 211 Viewing Pictures in Playback Mode 212 Jumping through images 214 Rotating pictures 217 Zooming in for a closer view 220 Viewing Picture Data 221 Basic Information display mode 222 Basic Information plus Image Quality/Frame Number display mode 223 Shooting Information display mode 224 Understanding Histogram display mode 227 Chapter 10: Working with Picture and Movie Files 231 Deleting Files 232 Protecting Photos and Movies 234 Rating Photos and Movies 236 Using Canon's Computer Software 238 Sending Pictures to the Computer 240 Downloading directly from the camera 241 Downloading from a card reader 245 Processing Raw (CR2) Files 247 Preparing Pictures for Online Sharing 250 Transferring Files to a Smartphone or Tablet 253 Setting up the camera for Wi-Fi functions 254 Transferring images to your smart device 255 Reconnecting your devices 260 Part 4: The Part of Tens 261 Chapter 11: Ten More Ways to Customize Your Camera 263 Changing the Function of the Set Button 264 Customizing the AE Lock and Shutter Buttons 264 Disabling the AF-Assist Beam 266 Silencing the Camera 266 Preventing Shutter Release without a Memory Card 267 Reducing the Number of Exposure Stops 267 Creating Your Own Camera Menu 268 Creating Custom Folders 270 Turning Off the Shooting Settings Screen 270 Changing the Color Space from sRGB to Adobe RGB 271 Chapter 12: Ten More Cool Features to Explore 273 Adding Cleaning Instructions to Images 273 Tagging Files with Your Copyright Claim 275 Exploring Two Special Printing Options 277 Adding Special Effects to Your Photos 277 Tagging Pictures for a Photo Book 280 Presenting a Slide Show 280 Creating Video Snapshots 283 Trimming Movies 285 Viewing Your Photos and Movies on an HDTV 286 Exploring More Wi-Fi Functions 286 Appendix: Glossary of Digital Photography Terms 289 Index 297

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NGR9781119471561
Canon EOS Rebel T7/2000D For Dummies by Julie Adair King
New
Paperback
John Wiley & Sons Inc
2018-10-05
320
1119471567
9781119471561
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