Creative control over colour starts with the Picture Control settings built in to your camera. You can change these settings to best suit the subject matter you are photographing. Learn more at http://spanishinperu.org/nantucket-wedding-photographer-2015/ and http://pomm79.moonfruit.com/blog/4588864419/Portrait-Photography-Tips-and-Reflections/11031618This ebook is the follow up to Understanding Lenses: Part I and explores Canon’s range of normal, short telephoto and super telephoto lenses. The first section looks at the artistic side of using normal and telephoto lenses. It’s a guide to using them to help you create beautiful portraits, landscape, travel and close-up images. The second part is a buying guide. It gives you an overview of Canon’s current lens range, and explains the differences between the various models, so you can choose wisely regardless of budget. Understanding Lenses: Part I Buying a new lens can be one of the most difficult choices you make as a photographer. How do you know which lenses are a good buy if you can’t try them out beforehand? Why do some Canon lenses cost so much and others so little? Should you buy a zoom lens or a prime? Is that superzoom a good a deal as it seems? Photography is a creative endeavour, and lenses are the ‘eyes’ of your camera system. Once you understand how lenses ‘see’ you can harness their creative potential to create eye- catching and dramatic images. Understanding Exposure Understanding Exposure explains the principles of exposure so that you understand why your camera doesn’t always get the exposure correct. Once you understand these you will know why your camera gets exposure wrong, and what to do to put it right. This ebook explores advanced concepts in simple terms and gives you the tools you need to get the perfect exposure every time. You’ll be walked through both basic and advanced principles of exposure and shown how to arrive at the optimum settings every time. Understanding DPP Understanding DPP is written for anybody who uses a Canon EOS camera and wants to learn how to get the best out of their Raw files with DPP (the free but powerful Raw processing software that comes with the camera). It will also appeal to photographers who would like to use Raw, but are put off by the complexity or expense of more advanced software. It’s written for creative photographers who want to use the functions within DPP to make creative images, and explains why as well as how to use DPP’s functions. Square In Square , I delve deep into the mysteries of the square format. Digital cameras have opened up the square format to anybody who doesn’t mind taking the trouble to crop their images in post-processing. But using the square format isn’t simply a matter of cropping – there’s a lot more to it than that. The square format demands a new approach to composition. The rule-of-thirds no longer applies. Instead the composition relies on aspects like shape, simplicity and balance. Learn more at https://erinjgz.wordpress.com/2016/09/15/professional-nantucket-wedding-photographer/ This ebook explores these concepts in detail.