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New Digital Photography Books

Dennis Curtin has a distinguished background in publishing and is using an entirely new method to get digital photography books printed at an affordable cost. Rather than going the traditional route where it sometimes takes a year to get a pricey book published -by which time it’s already out of date- Dennis is keeping them timely by publishing them in just weeks, and at a cost to the consumer of only $23.95, including shipping by Priority Mail.

The books run between 92-106 pages long and although the covers and photos are printed in black and white to keep the prices reasonable, color photos relating to each book are at Dennis’ site. I highly recommend these books -not because we receive a small referral commission- but because they’ll dramatically improve your familiarity with digital cameras and ultimately, the quality of your photographs.

Oympus Camedia C-2500L PhotographyOlympus Camedia C2500L Photography is not a rehash of your camera manual. Instead it covers special tips, techniques, and all the creative stuff you need to get the most out of this sophisticated photographic instrument which some have called the digital camera of the Century. And yet you only need to understand how and when to use a few simple features such as focus, exposure controls, and flash to start taking beautiful photographs. This book is so well-written and illustrated, you'll be up to speed on these features in no more time than a weekend afternoon. You’ll be ready to keep everything in a scene sharp for maximum detail or to blur it all  for an impressionistic portrayal. You’ll be able to get dramatic close-ups, freeze fast action, create wonderful panoramas, and capture the beauty and wonder of rainbows, sunsets, fireworks, and nightime scenes. The book covers all the nitty-gritty content of Dennis Curtin's other great camera guides...and much more.

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Nikon Coolpix 950 PhotographyFor Nikon Coolpix 950 owners, this illustrated guide covers: • Reducing Blur in hand-Held Images • Increasing Sensitivity • Increasing Sharpness of Moving Objects in Automatic Mode • Using Manual Focus • Increasing Depth of Field in Automatic Mode • Decreasing Depth of Field in Automatic Mode • Conveying Motion in Automatic Mode • Changing the Metering Mode • Using Exposure Compensation • Using Lens Adapters • Using Fill Flash • Using Slow Synch • Taking Macro Close-ups • Locking Exposure and Light Balance for Panoramas • Using the Fisheye Lens Converter • Shooting in Black & White • Using Multi-shot Photography • And much more. 

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Oympus C-2000 Zoom PhotographyFor Olympus C-2000 owners who want clearer explanations about: • Selecting a Quality Mode • Reducing Blur in hand-Held Images • Increasing Sensitivity • Increasing Sharpness of Moving Objects in Automatic Mode • Using Manual Focus • Getting Maximum Depth of Field • Decreasing Depth of Field in Automatic Mode • Conveying Motion in Automatic Mode • Changing the Metering Mode • Using Exposure Compensation • Using Lens Adapters • Using Fill Flash • Using Slow Synch • Taking Macro Close-ups • Locking Exposure and Light Balance for Panoramas • Using the Fisheye Lens Converter • Shooting in Black & White • Using Multi-shot Photography • And much more.

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