The prior generation cameras from the Nikon and Canon camps were capable performers. The Nikon D features the same Kudos to both Nikon and Canon for staying lean on megapixels, relatively speaking.
Beginners Tips and Tricks. Just post some tips and tricks that you guys have found with your rebel. I'm sure it will help a lot amateur and beginner photographers, and it will all be in one topic page so they don't have to search around for it!
I didn't see a topic on this and have seen it in other forums, thought it might be a good idea to start one. I found it to be very informative and therefor I would like to share it. I hope you find his post as helpfull as I did. Congratulations to all of you who have received a new dSLR You may be tempted to break out the credit card, and rush out and buy the 'next' big lens that you see advertised in your store they're on sale, so they must be good, right?
My first comment to you is "whoa, Nelly! Learn what you've got first. This is a great link about lenses. What are they, why are they so expensive, and so on: Here's a link to some very good tutorials written by other members of this group: Stop shooting auto stopshootingauto. Luminous Landscape's Understanding Series www.
The standard book recommended in this group is: Understanding Exposure by Brian Peterson. It has plenty of exercises that will get you out and learning with your camera. You can also check out his photography school website: I get different results when using my flash in different modes.
My lenses don't let me do that right now. What do I do? Where do I start?
Start by reading this:Canon T1i-Canon EOS Rebel T1i / D - Guide to Digital SLR Photography by David D. Busch (Canon T1i) BR Canon T1i Busch. $ Canon T2i David Busch's Canon EOS Rebel T2i / D Guide to Digital SLR Photography by David D.
Busch. BxCanonT2iBUSCH. $ Bryan Peterson has written a book titled Understanding Exposure which is a highly recommended read if you’re wanting to venture out of the Auto mode on your digital camera and experiment with it’s manual settings..
In it Bryan illustrates the three main elements that need to be considered when playing around with exposure by calling . t1i/d for dummies cheat sheet, the canon rebel t1i/d digital camera layout heres a guide to the buttons, dials, and other external controls on your digital rebel t1i/d the lens shown in the digital camera below is the canon ef s mm is.
The Canon Rebel T1i and T2i both have four different modes to meter the lighting in a scene. Evaluative Metering is the camera's standard metering mode. It is suited for most shooting situations, including some moderate back-lighting of a subject.
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Safety data sheets End user licence agreements. The Canon Rebel T1i/D Digital Camera Layout Here’s a guide to the buttons, dials, and other external controls on your Digital Rebel T1i/D. The lens shown in the digital camera below is the Canon EF-S 18–55mm IS (Image Stabilization) model sold with the Rebel; other lenses may vary.