Nikon D5300 Experience Camera Guide

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About Nikon D5300 Experience

Take control of your camera and the photos you create! Nikon D5300 Experience is a 260 page PDF user's guide for the Nikon D5300 that will help you learn the features, settings, and controls of this advanced, versatile camera. It goes beyond the manual to explain not only how but also when and why to use the features, settings, and controls in your photography. Written in a clear, concise, and comprehensive manner, Nikon D5300 Experience will help you learn to use your D5300 quickly and competently, to consistently make the types of images you desire. 

Please note: This is a downloadable item.  Due to the nature of digital downloads , such products are not subject to refunds or credit.

 

Author's Bio:

Douglas Klostermann is a travel, culture, and humanitarian photographer, as well as the author of best-selling Full Stop photography guides. He has photographed for numerous organizations in the United States and Latin America, been recognized by the United Nations Development Programme for his humanitarian photography, and been published in magazines and books including Conde Nast Traveler, Sherman's Travel, South American Explorer, and Viva Travel Guides. He has undertaken extended volunteer trips to Peru and Guatemala to work with non-profits for children’s education. Learn more about his work and travels on his blog Picturing Change at blog.dojoklo.com, and view his photography at www.dojoklo.com.

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  • 5
    Love this book!

    Posted by Unknown on 25th Feb 2015

    I have read the owners manual that came with my camera multiple times, yet because I'm a beginner, it read like a foreign language. This digital book has been so enlightening, even though I am only half way finished working through it. It not only tells you what each button & line item in the menu is, but it also explains the reasons why you would use each setting & how to set the camera for that use. Now I am reading through one concept at a time (ex.-focus modes) and practicing the choices my camera allows before moving to another concept.