Nikon D600 For Dummies
A full-color beginner guide to the basics of the Nikon D600
The Nikon D600 is a professional-level full-frame sensor that is sure to attract an audience of DSLR newcomers and pros. This friendly-and-thorough full-color guide shows you how to get a firm grasp on this powerful camera and helps you to ultimately get better photos.
- Helps you shoot in Auto mode and manage playback options, and walks you through basic troubleshooting
- Teaches you to take creative control by adjusting manual settings to get better results from exposure, lighting, focus, and color, then apply those settings to a photo session
- Offers invaluable advice on video mode along with the new autofocus features
- Details sending images to a computer for organizing, editing, and sharing
Nikon D600 For Dummies takes aim at a fun-but-understandable way to help you better understand this amazing camera.
Part I: Fast Track to Super Snaps 5
Chapter 1: Getting the Lay of the Land 7
Chapter 2: Choosing Basic Picture Settings 47
Chapter 3: Taking Great Pictures, Automatically 79
Chapter 4: Exploring Live View Photography and Movie Making 95
Part II: Working with Picture Files 133
Chapter 5: Playback Mode: Viewing, Erasing, and Protecting Photos 135
Chapter 6: Downloading, Printing, and Sharing Your Photos 169
Part III: Taking Creative Control 203
Chapter 7: Getting Creative with Exposure and Lighting 205
Chapter 8: Manipulating Focus and Color 265
Chapter 9: Putting It All Together 313
Part IV: The Part of Tens 331
Chapter 10: Ten More Ways to Customize Your Camera 333
Chapter 11: Ten Features to Explore on a Rainy Day 355
Julie Adair King has been writing about digital photography since her first edition of Digital Photography For Dummies in 1997. She has written numerous books on Canon and Nikon cameras, including Nikon D7000 For Dummies, and she conducts digital photography classes at the Palm Beach Photographic Centre.