Book Review: Mastering Your Digital SLR – How to Get the Most Out of Your Digital Camera
|December 16, 2010||Posted by admin under Books|
First published in 2004, Weston quickly dispels the myths surrounding the digital format and dives right into the basics and beyond in this revised version. He has produced a detailed, expert guide for owners of D-SLR cameras or for those looking to move from compact digital/film SLR to digital SLR. Useful updates from this version include a look at new equipment, technologies, and advances in digital photography.
In common with the five other books that he has written, Weston provides clear, well-written explanations, cleanly designed pages, and a sound balance of text and accompanying images. The contents, divided into three main sections, provides an in-depth perspective on lenses, composition, focus, speed, aperture, advanced shooting techniques, external processing, archiving, hardware, software, and enhancement techniques.
Chris Weston is a full-time photographer specializing in natural history and wildlife. He also leads numerous workshops and overseas photographic safaris. Weston’s vast knowledge and superior photographic skill provide an excellent resource for skilled amateur photographer who want to know more about the world of digital-SLR photography.
Publisher: Voyageur Press
Author: Chris Weston
192 pages, Soft Cover