The transient life of a backpacker promises staggering landscapes and inspiring adventures, but the fun is all too often cut short by a stolen wallet or 'Delhi belly'. Instead, you can be aware and be prepared. These useful tips will help you put your mind at rest.
The downside to the digital revolution is that it has thrown up new technical challenges that both experienced shooters and novices need to master: not only white balance, memory and digital formats, but also unfamiliar features such as predictive autofocus, multi-pattern metering and programmed exposure. Many photographers find themselves baffled by the plethora of options they now face when shooting, and retreat to their cameras default settings and pre-sets; but this not only compromises your results, it also takes all the fun out of successfully composing and capturing the perfect shot. Now, for the first time, expert advice on practical and aesthetic questions is available in the kind of book which anyone can pack with their camera, without worrying about size, weight or cost. Are you still baffled by your cameras shooting modes? Do you find that your pictures are poorly exposed? Do you aspire to shoot beautiful black and white images? All the expert advice you need, on the questions you want answered, is now accessible portable, practical and affordable: "The Camera Bag Companions".
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