03-02-2021 06:23 PM
Been browsing through the Internet and found the learning section for Canon. Interesting and will look through several sections dealig with wildlife, landacape, portraits, etc. Have learned a lot. Been looking at some on Youtube which are good. Lots to learn.
03-11-2021 08:50 AM - edited 03-11-2021 08:54 AM
Considering the subscription to eos-magazine dot com and also get email tips/technology/offers from Canon. Considering the ebook on DPP4. Is it worth it? Better than Youtube or Canon tutorials? Or use all available resources? I figure the ebook costs about 30 bucks USD plus any shipping.
I feel one can't have too many resources.
03-11-2021 09:01 AM
I don't have the EOS Magazine book on DPP, but I do have a number of books by Nina Bailey.
She is an excellent presenter/writer.
An advantage of a written book is that you can have it with you.
03-11-2021 08:11 PM - edited 03-11-2021 08:19 PM
Again, thanks for your advice. I'm of the old school as I find it easier to carry a book than my laptop. Plus a book doesn't need batteries. I'll research her name to see what else she publishes.
Edit- Checked and Amazon has her book as Kindle. Not a fan of Kindle. Drew a blank on other book stores. Will keep trying.