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  1. #1
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    I need a good D70 tutorial

    Hi there,

    I'm quite new at DSLR (I just bought the Nikon D70) and I really want to have a book or cd that can teach me to use this camera in the modes other than just the point-and-shoot once. I've always loved to take pictures and I really want to be a "professional" in this. So I wanted a book or cd that can teach me the basics to the mastering of it. ( I don't like to use something before learning how to). I have taken a lot of photo's in the point-and-shoot modes, but I did not buy this camera for this!
    Can someone please help me?

    I would like to know which of the following is the best to choose from:
    - DSLR Nikon D70 : Peter iNova or
    - Nikon D70 digital field guide : David D Busch or
    - Introduction to the Nikon D70/D70s digital slr : Blue crane digital;DVD

    Also if you know of a better one please let me too.

    I hope you someone can help me.

    Thanks

  2. #2
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    I've heard real good things about Thom Hogan's ebook

  3. #3
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigConig
    I've heard real good things about Thom Hogan's ebook

    Thank You for also sending the site, I'm going through it right now.

    But I really have to tell what an awesome photo gallery you have. Your photo's are really beautifull and I like the same themes.
    You inspire me to learn to use my camera as I should.

    Thanks a lot

  4. #4
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    I have the Blue Crane DVD and the Peter iNova eBook. I like both for different reasons. The DVD covers the basics about the camera and digital photography. The iNova eBook is a great reference guide, covering everything in detail. The eBook is interactive and thorough (over 450 full size pages). I've printed the book, which I keep at home, but I travel with the eBook on my laptop. If I had to choose one as a beginners guide, though, it would be the video.
    - Kenyada
    In Life, as in Photography, things look much brighter, once you remove the lens cap
    Nikon D70 w/18-70mm | Sigma 70-300mm Macro II | SB800 | SC29 Cord | ML-L3 Remote | Canon iP5000/i9900 Printers | Feisol CM1401 cf Mo'pod/Manfrotto 3229 Head

  5. #5
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    Quote Originally Posted by clauss
    Thank You for also sending the site, I'm going through it right now.

    But I really have to tell what an awesome photo gallery you have. Your photo's are really beautifull and I like the same themes.
    You inspire me to learn to use my camera as I should.

    Thanks a lot
    Thanks Clauss, you made my morning.

  6. #6
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenyada
    I have the Blue Crane DVD and the Peter iNova eBook. I like both for different reasons. The DVD covers the basics about the camera and digital photography. The iNova eBook is a great reference guide, covering everything in detail. The eBook is interactive and thorough (over 450 full size pages). I've printed the book, which I keep at home, but I travel with the eBook on my laptop. If I had to choose one as a beginners guide, though, it would be the video.

    Thanks Kenyada,

    I was also choosing between these 2, but if both are good I think I will buy both.

    Thanks for the tip

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