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Magic Lantern Guides: Nikon D5100 Paperback – Aug 30 2011


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Simon Stafford's photographs have been used widely in newspapers, books, calendars, and magazines. Completely self-taught, he has built up a wealth of experience over the past twenty years with both film and digital cameras. Throughout his photographic career he has used the Nikon system extensively, and is now the Technical Editor to the Nikon Owners' Club International's Nikon Owner magazine. Simon is also a regular contributor to Pixiq.com.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Magic Lantern guides are the best July 23 2012
By B. Graves - Published on Amazon.com
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Whenever I purchase a dslr, I immediately order a Magic Lantern guide. I belong to a photography group and they recommended this guide to me when I joined the group. Not only do these guides offer very detailed instructions and pictures but it also offers exercises to practice with your camera at the end of the chapter.

I recommend this series for your camera.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Not as good as I'd hoped Oct. 15 2014
By Momma Teacher - Published on Amazon.com
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This book was recommended by my photography teacher at the local technical college. I had to buy a used copy to get one, but he highly recommended it. Maybe he set my expectations too high, but I wasn't impressed. The book has some good pictures, but is not organized in a user/dummy friendly manner. It took me longer to find something in the book than just clicking through the settings on the camera. I love my camera, but there has been a learning curve for me. Unfortunately I didn't find this book to be the answer to catching me up.
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
say "cheese" Nov. 28 2012
By Beverly Eads - Published on Amazon.com
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purchased this right after i purchased my new camera. it has been valuable as i learn to use my camera to the best. easy to use. handy. sturdy. it stays in the camera bag at all times and goes with me no matter where i go. it is always within reach to check as needed. would definitely recommend any of the magic lantern guides to others for their cameras.
5 of 9 people found the following review helpful
A good strat for a guide but not enough Nov. 14 2011
By Edward b - Published on Amazon.com
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Would have thought that the book would be more of a user guide for the camera. Not too bad as far as it went, but author seviated off to other things.

For instance. Another book details HDR photograogpy with automatic bracketing, and this subject is not even mentioned in this book.

Between the two books, I would have prefered to know more about this subject.
Five Stars Feb. 20 2015
By Barbara J Miller - Published on Amazon.com
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Great!


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