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Photography Where in that broad swath it falls, I leave to you to decide. I thought all the photo books out there were too confusing, so I wrote my own..

I posted a version earlier in the Canon forum, but it's not camera-specific at all. I've also added a lot of content and refined the formatting. It covers composition, exposure, equipment, and computer manipulation. People seem to find the exposure section most useful..

Http://www.daveindech.com/exposure.pdf.

Critique is welcome if a section is unclear..

Pleasant reading,.

-David..

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Where in that broad swath it falls, I leave to you to decide. I thought all the photo books out there were too confusing, so I wrote my own..

I posted a version earlier in the Canon forum, but it's not camera-specific at all. I've also added a lot of content and refined the formatting. It covers composition, exposure, equipment, and computer manipulation. People seem to find the exposure section most useful..

Http://www.daveindech.com/exposure.pdf.

Critique is welcome if a section is unclear..

Pleasant reading,.

-David..

Comments (6)

Thanks, I've learned something. I appreciate the links as well...

Comment #1

Nice..

You may consider including the fact that there is a point of diminishing returns in your text about DOF. f 16 will theoretically give great DOF, but difraction may ruin it..

Tom..

Comment #2

...do not have a physical shutter that controls the time the sensor "sees" the image to be photographed...the timing is done electronically..

Charlie DavisNikon 5700 & Sony R1HomePage: http://www.1derful.infoBridge Blog: http://www.here-ugo.com/BridgeBlog/..

Comment #3

There are a lot of technical details that I glossed over for clarity. In fact, for most all DSLRs, a mechanical shutter is still a required component. It's used to shield the sensor from light while readouts occur..

Most of them still use it for timing as well, with exceptions like Nikon's D1 and D70. The D70 in particular had problems with sensor bloom at very fast shutter speeds, because the CCD would remain exposed for significantly longer than the shutter setting..

I did intend this as a DSLR guide. While a practical understanding of exposure is helpful to P&S users, they can't manipulate most of the settings I referenced..

Thanks for the note,.

David..

Comment #4

I'm sorry. I missed the part where your article was just for cameras with mirrors and mechanical shutters. I have 2 non-dSLRs that have full controls....

Modern sensors with electronic shutters don't seem to have the issue you mention. Or at least sensors that are DESIGNED for use w/o a mechanical shutter don't....

David Indech wrote:.

There are a lot of technical details that I glossed over for clarity.In fact, for most all DSLRs, a mechanical shutter is still a requiredcomponent. It's used to shield the sensor from light while readoutsoccur..

Most of them still use it for timing as well, with exceptions likeNikon's D1 and D70. The D70 in particular had problems with sensorbloom at very fast shutter speeds, because the CCD would remainexposed for significantly longer than the shutter setting..

I did intend this as a DSLR guide. While a practical understanding ofexposure is helpful to P&S users, they can't manipulate most of thesettings I referenced..

Thanks for the note,.

David.

Charlie DavisNikon 5700 & Sony R1HomePage: http://www.1derful.infoBridge Blog: http://www.here-ugo.com/BridgeBlog/..

Comment #5

I've bookmarked it, and I'm reading it now. Thanks!..

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