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Guide To Taking Better Pictures
The camera gives all of us the magical opportunity to stop time in its tracks. It allows us to capture forever the moments and memories closest to our hearts. Learn the skills you'll need to capture the images you want.
Selecting and caring for your camera and film
Using artificial and natural light
Preventing common errors
Various lenses and their uses
Making the best of great photo opportunities
Making posed and informal portraits
Photographing landscapes, children, and pets
Maintain records of your equipment
Freeform mode allows you to study lessons in sequence, or select a specific topic from the menu. You can record any portion of a segment and play it back when you wish.
Classroom mode is perfect for 2 or more students. Simply enter your name, and either study the lessons sequentially, or use the menu to select a specific topic. Dozens of questions are asked at the end of topics to help you improve your photographic skills. Scores for each student are automatically recorded.
Equipment Notes consists of a comprehensive entry form that enables you to keep track of your equipment, utilizing serial numbers, descriptions, and purchase price - Great for insurance inventories.
Brian D. Ratty. An internationally know photographer and educator, Brian D. Ratty and his staff have completed thousands of assignments in the last 20 years. Mr. Ratty is a graduate of Brooks Institute of Photography, and holds an honorary Master's Degree from that institution.
Windows: 386 IBM PC or 100% compatible (486 recommended), Windows 3.1, MPC1 compliant (MPC2 recommended) CD-Rom drive and sound card, VGA graphics card, minimum 640x480 256 colors (16.7 million colors, 24 bit recommended).
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