Download Canon EOS Rebel T6i / 750D For Dummies by Julie Adair King PDF

By Julie Adair King

Get picture-perfect pictures together with your Canon EOS insurgent T6i/750D

Your Canon EOS insurgent T6i/750D is able to taking exceptionally cool and really frame-worthy photographs, yet until you understand how use it competently your photos won't be worthy 1000 phrases. fortunately, Canon EOS insurgent T6i/750D For Dummies is choked with the guidelines, methods, and guide you'd achieve in a images direction to take the intimidation out of operating together with your new camera—so you can begin taking gorgeous pictures correct away.

Assuming no past adventure in images, this e-book will get you in control on center images recommendations, then exhibits you the way to know utilizing the positive factors particular to the Canon EOS insurgent T6i/750D, like operating in computerized mode, controlling publicity, selecting the right lens for the activity, utilizing shutter and aperture precedence modes, figuring out how and whilst to exploit flash, and much more. even if you're seeking to trap gorgeous landscapes, excellent images, amazing motion shots—or something in between—the pleasant suggestions you'll locate inside of deals every little thing you must get the shot…every time.

• start in automated mode sooner than operating as much as complicated features
• Take regulate of your camera's publicity, lights, colour, and concentration settings
• Shoot greater pix and motion shots
• Get nice photographs each time—even in low mild and whilst composing close-ups

Complemented by means of on-line vitamins that disguise the original positive aspects of the significant other T6i/750D at dummies.com, this hands-on consultant will take your photographs from bland to attractive in a flash!

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This larger size is called Loupe view (as if you were looking at the photo through a loupe), and by default it zooms in so you can see your entire photo in the Preview area. This is called a Fit in Window view, but if you’d prefer that it zoomed in tighter, you can go up to the Navigator panel at the top left, and click on a different size, like Fill, and now when you double-click, it will zoom in until your photo literally fills the Preview area. Choosing 1:1 will zoom your photo in to a 100% actual size view when it’s double-clicked, but I have to tell you, it’s kind of awkward to go from a tiny thumbnail to a huge, tight zoom like that.

This is one of the most important keyboard shortcuts to memorize (so far, the ones you really need to know are: Shift-Tab to hide all the panels, and now G to return to Grid view). This is a particularly handy shortcut, because when you’re in any other module, pressing G brings you right back here to the Library module and your thumbnail grid. —you get to customize how much or how little it displays, as you’ll see in Chapter 4. But in the meantime, here’s another keyboard shortcut you’ll want to know about: press the letter J.

That way, it ignores the other images on the desktop (or in that folder) and only imports the ones you selected. ), because Lightroom auto-numbers the files for you. Well, if you delete some of these files, then your numbering will be out of sequence (there will be numbers missing). This doesn’t bother me at all, but I’ve learned that it drives some people crazy (you know who you are), so it’s definitely something to consider. SCOTT KELBY ▼ Why You Might Want to Wait to Rename Your Files Lightroom keeps track of the last set of images you imported, and you can get back to those images anytime by going to Catalog panel (in the Library module’s left side Panels area) and clicking on Previous Import.

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