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This Photobert Digital Photocourse on a Card is a one-of-a-kind CheatSheet that's a whole Digital Photography course on a card - 5 pages of what you need to know.
This CheatSheet is a practical, no-nonsense guide to learning the basics of photography. It contains a wealth of information on the subject of photography presented in an easy to understand manner.
With everything on one sheet, it's all just a glance away. Use the CheatSheet as a study guide and then take it with you when you go out to take pictures. By having this reference with you, you'll find learning photography easier than ever.
Why pictures don't come out the way you saw them
Exposure Basics: ISO, Apertures & Shutter Speeds
Getting the right exposure with your camera's different exposure modes (Programmed, Aperture Priority/Value, Shutter Priority/Time Value & Manual)
What fools your camera and causes bad exposures (ever get a washed-out sky or sunset?) and how to get it right
Exposure Equivalencies and why they're important
What your camera can see and what it can't
Lens focal lengths - zoom and prime lenses - and how your digital camera may be changing your effective focal lengths
Why your pictures may not be coming out as sharp as they should be and how to adjust
Depth of Field and hyperfocal distance explained
RAW images vs. JPEG - the advantages of each explained
White Balance - what it is and why it is important only with JPEG images
Flash Photography - how far can your flash reach, bounce flash and the common flash modes explained (TTL, Slow Sync, Red-eye reduction, & Rear Curtain) exposure basics (shutter, aperture, etc.), exposure bracketing, Depth of Field, lens focal lengths, what a digital camera's sensor sees (and what it doesn't), filters, brightness zones, white balance, photographic composition and much more