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WileyDigital slr camera books : The popularity of digital single lens reflex (SLR) cameras has exploded in recent years. The wealth of options and features that these cameras offer allow users to control every aspect of their photographs like never before, and with many models now selling for under $1,000, more and more consumers are picking up digital SLRs and exploring the world of photography. Because of the advanced nature of digital SLR technology, many photographers new to the world of dSLRs need guidance to help them get the most out of their cameras and take the best possible shots. That is why Wiley has published a broad library of books covering digital SLR cameras and photography.
Digital slr camera booksDigital Photography for Dummies
Digital SLR cameras & Photography for Dummies (0-7645-9803-1; Nov. 2005; $29.99) walks readers through the hardware, software, and techniques needed to take top-quality photos. Using the fun and friendly For Dummies style and full-color illustrations, this book covers choosing the right equipment, working with lenses, selecting the right format and composition for a shot, editing images using Photoshop, and maximizing print quality.

Digital SLR Photography with Photoshop
Digital SLR Photography with Photoshop CS2 All-In-One For Dummies (0-7645-9577-6; Jan. 2006; $34.99) combines coverage of using an SLR to capture images with instruction on how to edit and enhance photos using Photoshop CS2. Five full-color minibooks address the digital SLR camera, the digital photograph, the digital negative, working with photos in Photoshop CS2, and preserving pixels.

Canon EOS Digital Rebel Digital Field Guide
Canon EOS Digital Rebel Digital Field Guide (0-7645-8813-3; July 2005; $19.99) combines step-by-step techniques, no-fail tips, and an easy-to-carry size to help readers take perfect photos on the go. More than 200 full-color pages of essential how-to information discuss exposure, composition, and perspective, and include coverage of the new Canon Digital Rebel XT.

Nikon D70 Digital Field Guide
Nikon D70 Digital Field Guide (0-7645-9678-0; August 2005; $19.99) focuses on another of the top-selling digital SLRs on the market with coverage of both the Nikon D70 and D70s. Weekend shooters as well as more serious digital photographers will learn how to set up their cameras and adjust them to every subject and circumstance.

Nikon D50 Digital Field Guide
Nikon D50 Digital Field Guide (0-471-78746-9; November 2005; $19.99) covers the hugely popular and reasonably priced D50 camera. Readers will discover when to use each of the D50's seven DVP modes; explore metering techniques, ISO settings, and white balance; and experiment with exposure, lenses, and lighting effects.

Hacking Digital Cameras
Hacking Digital Cameras (0-7645-9651-9; Oct. 2005; $24.99) is a hands-on book that shows readers how to hack, modify, and customize their cameras. Photographers will learn how to build a remote control and sneak up on that picture that keeps eluding them, create an adapter that allows them to use SLR-type lenses on a point-and-shoot, play with lens magnification or create a pinhole lens, beef up flash memory, and more.

40 Digital SLR Techniques
40 Digital SLR Techniques 1-05-3520-1; February 2006; $16.99) - offers well-organized coverage of camera facts and features as well as specific techniques for photographing people, sports, nature, and other genres, all in full color.

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Founded in 1807, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., provides must-have content and services to customers worldwide. Its core businesses include scientific, technical, and medical journals, encyclopedias, books, and online products and services; professional and consumer books and subscription services; and educational materials for undergraduate and graduate students and lifelong learners. Wiley has publishing, marketing, and distribution centers in the United States, Canada, Europe, Asia, and Australia. The Company is listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbols JWa and JWb. Wiley books are available at your local bookstore.

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