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Perfect for any novice photographer who has a digital DSLR or film camera and who wants to move on from using their camera in automatic mode and shoot manual photography.

Simple enough for any beginner to photography - to the point and free from photography jargon.

It is easy to digest with short chapters and a step-by-step guide on how to use your DSLR camera manually. It simplifies ISOs, apertures and shutter speeds. The author, Teena Taylor, has over 20 years' experience as a commercial photographer.

©2013 Teena Taylor (P)2013 Teena Taylor

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Great learning tool for for beginners.

Great learning tool for for beginners. Focuses on the very basics without overwhelming the reader/listener. This was a great starting point for me.

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Making friends of the basics.

The author introduces us to the principles of photogrraphy as if they are members of well trained team; each member has their particular duty and they all work together with perfect discipline. I enjoyed it very much and will refer to it often.

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