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A Short Course in Canon EOS Digital Rebel Photography by Dennis Curtin

By Dennis Curtin

I purchased this booklet after you have my insurgent xt and could not look ahead to it to reach. The consumer guide that got here with the digicam did not aid in any respect and that i was once awaiting getting a ebook which could aid get me all started within the correct direction.

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Here the camera’s depth of field was just deep enough to keep the legs in focus. Parts of the image closer to the camera and further away become increasingly less sharp. ■ Aperture size. The smaller the size of the lens aperture (the larger the f-number), the greater the depth of field. The larger the aperture, the shallower the depth of field. ■ Camera-to-subject distance. As you move father from the subject you are focused on, you increase depth of field. As you move closer, you decrease it. ■ Lens focal length.

Dragging the right (white ) triangle to the left lightens the highlights. ■ Dragging the middle triangle to the right or left lightens or darkens the image. The two triangles below the Output Levels gray scale bar also adjust the image when you drag them, having almost the opposite affect of the triangles above. ■ Dragging the left (black) triangle to the right lightens the shadows. ■ Dragging the right (white ) triangle to the left darkens the highlights. 45 CHAPTER 3. CONTROLLING SHARPNESS Chapter 3 Controlling Sharpness CONTENTS ■ Getting Sharper Pictures ■ Sharpness Isn’t Everything ■ How to Photograph Motion Sharply ■ Focus and Depth of Field ■ Controlling Depth of Field ■ Capturing Maximum Depth Of Field ■ Using Selective Focus ■ Conveying the Feeling of Motion O ne of the first things you notice about a photograph is whether or not it is sharp.

The selected focus point is indicated on the LCD panel. When all seven focus points are shown, the camera selects the one to use. 1. With the Mode Dial set to any mode in the Creative Zone other than A-DEP, press the AF point selector button (seven dot icon) on the back of the camera to display the currently selected focus point indicator in the viewfinder with red dots and on the LCD panel with dashes. 2. Turn the Main Dial to select the desired AF point. ) 3. When finished, repeat Steps 1 and 2 to reset focus point selection to auto (all seven dots).

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