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Find answers quickly and discover how to utilize your DSLR camera to its full potential with David Busch's Compact Field Guide for the Canon EOS 5D Mark III from Cengage Course Tech. This handy book fits easily in your camera bag and is designed to go wherever your photo and video adventures take you. In these pages, you'll pick up the tools and techniques you need to capture beautiful stills and movies. Seven information-packed chapters cover everything you require; offering checklists, tables, charts, full-color illustrations, quick setup advice, helpful tricks, and a walk-through of features and functions. Bestselling author David Busch teaches you how to shoot great images under a variety of conditions.
Table of Contents
1. Quick Setup Guide
2. Map and Function of Each Control
3. Playback and Shooting Menu Settings
4. Custom and Setup Menu Settings
5. Using the Flash
6. Shooting Movies
7. Shooting Tips Tables
About the Author
With more than a million books in print, David D. Busch is among the world's bestselling digital camera guide authors. He is the originator of multiple popular digital photography series, including David Busch's Pro Secrets and David Busch's Quick Snap Guides. He has written more than a dozen DSLR guidebooks, in addition to many other books devoted to these cameras. As a roving photojournalist for more than twenty years, he illustrated his books, magazine articles, and newspaper reports with award-winning images. He has also operated his own commercial studio and shot weddings and sports. David's photos and articles have appeared in Popular Photography & Imaging, The Rangefinder, The Professional Photographer, and hundreds of other publications. He has also reviewed dozens of digital cameras for CNET and Computer Shopper, and his advice has been featured on National Public Radio's "All Tech Considered."