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Say NO to Auto Review

How many people do you know own a DSLR camera? Now how many of those same people are admittedly only using it on its Auto settings? Maybe even you? It’s okay, there’s no shame in it! For most of us novice photographers these little machines can be quite confusing. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve read all about ISO and aperture only to forget it all when it came time to take the picture.

That’s why I’m so excited to be able to share this awesome gift idea with you today! It’s Kristen Duke’s Say NO to Auto e-book.

SayNotoAuto Kristen Duke Photography

What makes this book any different than the ones you’ve already got sitting on a shelf?

Well for starters it’s only $10 and scaled at a size of 4x6, making it easy to print and stash into a camera bag so you can take Duke’s tips with you wherever you go! (Or stuff into the stocking of your favorite wannabe photographer!)

Secondly Duke gets right to the point, lining out the three basic steps you need to understand once you make that jump from auto to manual. Did I lose you at aperture? No worries, she’s also got a handy glossary, ISO reference page and plenty of examples such as this one.

Duke also has a hard copy available for purchase (see below) made of thick cardstock and spiral bound for $20 and if you’re feeling ambitious you can also pick up her second book Get Focused for $12 e-book and $22 hard copy. To purchase CLICK HERE .

Say NO to Auto

I received a free copy of Say NO to Auto for review but the opinions expressed are my own.

Erin Sipes
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