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By Glenn Fabry, Ben Cormack

Книга для тех, кто увлекается рисовать фэнтэзи. Довольно подробно описано как рисовать фэнтэзи с точки зрения анатомии. В книге более three hundred цветных иллюстраций.

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Consult your manual for how to re-enable them. Your camera might also have a reset feature, which will restore all settings to their factory defaults. After a reset, you can slowly customize the camera as you learn about different features. Adjusting the Focus of the Viewfinder If you have an SLR, or a point-andshoot camera with an optical viewfinder, and you find that the image still looks fuzzy after the camera has locked focus, then there’s a chance that the diopter control on your viewfinder needs adjustment.

Just as importantly, you need to be able to make these adjustments quickly and efficiently without breaking the “flow” of your shooting. In this chapter, we’re going to build on what you learned in Chapter 2 and explore the handling of your camera a little deeper. Along the way, you’ll learn a little more about its inner workings. Point-and-Shoots and SLRs Revisited In the last chapter, you learned some of the very high-level differences between a point-andshoot camera and an SLR. However, for a more useful understanding of the strengths and weaknesses of both types of cameras, we need to go a little deeper into the fundamental characteristics of both types of cameras.

Film cameras, for example, add the capability to hold rolls of film and have a mechanism to advance the film roll to a new, unexposed area of film. This saves the photographer the trouble of hassling with changing the film every time he wants to take an image. Light meters, autofocus systems, and LCD screens—all of these serve to make things easier for the photographer. As far as actual image capture goes, though, all you really need is a lightproof box, a recording medium, and a lens. One Camera, Hold the Lens Actually, you don’t necessarily even need a lens.

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