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If you’re as excited as we are about the Rebel XSi/450D, youprobably can’t wait to start shooting. Canon EOS DigitalRebel XSi/450D For Dummies will show you how to make every shotcount! Even if you’re new to digital SLR cameras or areunfamiliar with general photography terms and techniques, thishandy guide will show you how to feel comfortable with the controlsand start taking beautiful photographs.

Don’t worry if you’ve never heard the wordsaperture, white balance, or ISO. You’ll soon be switchingeasily between automatic and manual modes, managing exposure, andusing the all-important Quality setting! You’ll learneverything about the lenses, from how to choose the ones you needto how to handle them. You’ll finally know how to push justthe right buttons to achieve the results that you desire. In asnap, you will find out how to unleash your creativity bymanipulating exposure and lighting. You will find out how to:

Control picture quality Adjust resolution for image quality and size Shoot in automatic and manual modes Review photos using Playback Mode and the histogram, deleteunwanted photos, and protect valuable photos from accidentaldeletion Manipulate exposure, color, focus, and lighting Download, organize, archive, print, and share photos withfamily and friends

Complete with lists of ten fast photo-editing tricks and tenspecial-purpose features to explore on a rainy day, Canon EOSDigital Rebel XSi/450D For Dummies is your one-stop guide tosetting up, working with, and making the most of your new Canondigital SLR camera.

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