|Author: Rick Sammon|
|A 90-minute DVD that demonstrates how to capture compelling images with this new Canon DSLR
In this exciting new video product, popular photography teacher Rick Sammon shows photographers step-by-step how to get great images with an XS/1000D. Shot on location at scenic spots throughout New York, this illuminating tutorial covers everything from exposure, lenses, and other camera basics to photographing sports, people, portraits, animals, pets, close-ups, and more. Rick breaks down complex topics into fun and interesting lessons, inspiring viewers to become better photographers as he educates and entertains.
Rick Sammon (Croton-on-Hudson, NY), a Canon Explorer of Light, has published more than 30 books. He writes for PCPhoto, Outdoor Photographer, Shutterbug, and Layers magazines. Each year, he gives more than a dozen photography workshops and presentations worldwide. He is a regular presenter at Photoshop World, he created the Canon Digital Rebel XT lessons on the Canon Digital Learning Center, and he produced a number of interactive DVDs. His digital photography work can be found at www.ricksammon.com and www.rickspixelmagic.com.
From the Publisher:
In this more than 1-hour long DVD featuring the Digital Rebel XS/1000, Rick Sammon will show viewers all of the basic steps to taking great images. From camera basics such as exposure and lenses to sport shooting, photographing in low light, close-up photography, people and portraits, animals and pets, Rick breaks down complex topics into fun and interesting lessons. While other videos in this market feature an actor standing next to a camera on a tripod, Rick is on location at exciting sites throughout New York that offer numerous subjects to shoot. He will entertain, educate, and inspire viewers to become better photographers. |
|Go to any Rick Sammon workshop or seminar and it will be standing-room only. The popular speaker and Canon Explorer of Light travels the teaching amateur photographers how to shoot better pictures. He has hosted shows on the DIY network as well as on ESPN and the Outdoor Life Network.