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    Sony Slt-a37 Guide to Digital Photography:

    ISBN-10: 1285185587
    ISBN-13: 9781285185583
    Edition: 2012
    Author(s): David D. Busch
    Description: DAVID BUSCH'S SONY SLT-A37 GUIDE TO DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY is your best resource and reference for the Sony SLT-A37. This latest entry-level model features Sony's successful translucent mirror-technology, which allows for simultaneous focusing and  More...
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    Copyright Year: 2012
    Publisher: Course Technology Ptr
    Binding: Paperback
    Pages: 400
    Size: 7.50" wide x 9.25" long x 1.25" tall
    Weight: 2.288
    Language: English

    DAVID BUSCH'S SONY SLT-A37 GUIDE TO DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY is your best resource and reference for the Sony SLT-A37. This latest entry-level model features Sony's successful translucent mirror-technology, which allows for simultaneous focusing and shooting--at an amazing 10 frames per second. The A37 also features 16.7 megapixel resolution and full HDTV movie-making with continuous autofocus. With this book in hand, you will explore the world of digital photography, learn to exercise your creativity, and take great photographs with the Sony SLT-A37. With clear how-to steps and full-color illustrations, DAVID BUSCH'S SONY SLT-A37 GUIDE TO DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY covers all the features of this advanced but affordable camera in depth, from taking your first photos through advanced details of setup, exposure, lenses, lighting, and more, and relates each feature to specific photographic techniques and situations. Also included is the handy EOS Rebel Sony SLT-A37 "roadmap," an easy-to-use visual guide to the camera's features and controls. With David Busch as your guide, you'll be in full creative control, whether you're shooting on the job, as an advanced hobbyist, or are just out for fun. Start building your knowledge, creativity, and confidence with the Sony SLT-A37 today.

    Getting Started with Your Sony Alpha SLT-A37
    Your Out-of-Box Experience
    Initial Setup
    Battery Included
    Final Steps
    Formatting a Memory Card
    Selecting a Shooting Mode
    Choosing a Metering Mode
    Choosing a Focus Mode
    Selecting a Focus Point
    Other Settings
    Adjusting White Balance and ISO
    Using the Self-Timer
    Using the Alpha SLT's Flash
    An Introduction to Movie Making
    Reviewing the Images You've Taken
    Transferring Photos to Your Computer
    Sony Alpha SLT-A37 Roadmap
    Front View
    The Sony Alpha's Business End
    Going Topside
    Underneath Your Sony Alpha
    Zoom, Zoom, Zoom
    What You See, and What You Get
    LCD vs. EVF
    Choosing Your View
    Swiveling the Screen
    Lens Components
    Setting Up Your Sony Alpha SLT-A37
    Anatomy of the Sony Alpha's Menus
    Still Shooting 1/2/3 Menu
    Image: Size
    Image: Aspect Ratio
    Image: Quality
    Panorama: Size
    Panorama: Direction
    3D Pan.: Image Size
    3D Pan.: Direction
    Clear Image Zoom/Digital Zoom
    Long Exposure NR/High ISO NR
    Flash Control
    AF Illuminator
    Color Space
    Shooting Tip List
    Movie Menu
    File Format
    Record Setting
    Audio Recording
    Wind Noise Reduct
    Custom 1/2/3/4 Menu
    Eye-Start AF
    FINDER/LCD Setting
    Viewfinder Magnification
    Red Eye Reduction
    Release w/o Lens
    Superior Auto Cont. Advance
    Superior Auto Image Extract
    Grid Line
    Auto Review
    DI9P Button (Monitor)
    DISP Button (Finder)
    Peaking Level
    Peaking Color
    Live View Display
    Func. of AEL Button
    Preview Button
    Focus Hold Button
    MOVIE Button
    Lens Comp: Shading/Chro. Aber/Distortion
    Front Curtain Shutter
    Face Registration
    Face Priority Tracking
    Playback 1/2 Menu
    View Mode
    Slide Show
    Image Index
    3D Viewing
    Specify Printing
    Volume Settings
    Playback Display
    Memory Card Tool Menu
    File Number
    Folder Name
    Select REC Folder
    New Folder
    Recover Image DB
    Display Card Space
    Clock Setup Menu
    Date/Time Setup
    Area Setting
    Setup 1/2/3 Menus
    Menu Start
    LCD Brightness
    Viewfinder Bright
    Eco Mode
    Power Save
    HDMI Resolution
    CTRL for HDMI
    Upload Settings
    USB Connection
    Audio Signals
    Cleaning Mode
    Mode Dial Guide
    Demo Mode
    Function Menu
    Getting the Right Exposure
    Getting a Handle on Exposure
    How the Sony Alpha Calculates Exposure
    Correctly Exposed
    Choosing a Metering Method
    Choosing an Exposure Method
    Aperture Priority
    Shutter Priority
    Program Auto Mode
    Making Exposure Value Changes
    Manual Exposure
    Adjusting Exposure with ISO Settings
    Multi-Frame Noise Reduction
    Dealing with Noise
    Fixing Exposures with Histograms
    Automatic and Specialized Shooting Modes
    Auto and Scene Modes
    Tele-Zoom Continuous Priority AE and Panorama Modes
    Mastering Autofocus Options
    Getting into Focus
    Phase Detection
    Contrast Detection
    Focus Modes
    Focus Pocus
    Adding Circles of Confusion
    Making Sense of Focus Sensors
    Your Autofocus Mode Options
    Setting the AF Area
    Manual Focus
    Focus Stacking
    Advanced Techniques for Your Sony Alpha SLT-A37
    Exploring Ultra-Fast Exposures
    Long Exposures
    Three Ways to Take Long Exposures
    Working with Long Exposures
    Delayed Exposures
    Continuous Shooting
    Continuous Priority AE
    Setting Image Parameters
    Customizing White Balance
    Setting White Balance by Color Temperature
    Setting a Custom White Balance
    Image Processing
    D-Range Optimizer and In-Camera HDR
    HDR in Post-Processing
    Using Creative Styles
    Picture Effects
    Tablets, Smart Phones, and the Sony SLT-A37
    What Else Can You Do with Them?
    Shooting Movies
    Some Fundamentals
    Preparing to Shoot Video
    File Format
    Record Setting
    Understanding Interlacing and Progressive Scan
    Audio Recording
    Wind Noise Reduct
    Recording Video
    Steps During Movie-Making
    Tips for Shooting Better Video
    Lens Craft
    Keep Things Stable and on the Level
    Shooting Script
    Storytelling in Video
    Lighting for Video
    Working with Lenses
    But Don't Forget the Crop Factor
    Your First Lens
    Buy Now, Expand Later
    Your Second (and Third…) Lens
    What Lenses Can Do for You
    Zoom or Prime?
    Categories of Lenses
    Using Wide-Angle and Wide-Zoom Lenses
    Avoiding Potential Wide-Angle Problems
    Using Telephoto and Tele-Zoom Lenses
    Avoiding Telephoto Lens Problems
    Telephotos and Bokeh
    Add-ons and Special Features
    Lens Hoods
    Telephoto Extenders
    Macro Focusing
    Using the Lensbaby
    SteadyShot and Your Lenses
    Making Light Work for You
    The Elements of Light
    Continuous Lighting-or Electronic Flash?
    Continuous Lighting Basics
    Incandescent/Tungsten Light
    Fluorescent Light/Other Light Sources
    Adjusting White Balance
    Electronic Flash Basics
    How Electronic Flash Works
    Using the Built-in Flash
    Setting Flash Modes
    Flash Exposure Compensation
    Flash Control
    Red Eye Reduction
    Using the External Electronic Flash
    HVL-F58AM Flash Unit
    HVL-F43 AM Flash Unit
    HVL-F36AM Flash Unit
    HVL-F20AM Flash Unit
    More Advanced Lighting Techniques
    Diffusing and Softening the Light
    Using Multiple Light Sources
    Other Lighting Accessories
    Downloading and Editing Your Images
    What's in the Box?
    Picture Motion Browser
    Image Data Lightbox SR
    Image Data Converter SR
    Transferring Your Photos
    Using a Card Reader and Software
    Dragging and Dropping
    Editing Your Photos
    Image Editors
    RAW Utilities
    Sony Alpha SLT-A37: Troubleshooting and Prevention
    Updating Your Firmware
    Protecting Your LCD
    Troubleshooting Memory Cards
    All Your Eggs in One Basket?
    What Can Go Wrong?
    What Can You Do?
    Cleaning Your Sensor
    Dust the FAQs, Ma'am
    Identifying and Dealing with Stubborn Dust
    Avoiding Dust
    Sensor Cleaning

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