The first interactive book about photography created for iBook on iPad

[] Montreal, Canada – In august 2012 Salvador Ponticelli has released “Starting a Hobby – Digital Photography,” a first interactive book to give readers the understanding required to start taking photos with complex cameras. Providing readers with interactive samples, the book demystifies all hidden settings and techniques that make users to be scared with have a DSLR camera on their hands.

The evolution of technology brings almost professional cameras to the public at an affordable price. Without a professional background, the operation of DSLR cameras seems to be complicated and people usually keep the camera settings in auto mode to let the camera do all the work. All the controls in a DSLR camera are directly mapped to a basic concept in photography like aperture, exposure time or ISO. Knowing those basic concepts is the only thing readers need to move ahead from auto mode and enjoy the full power of DSLR cameras.

“Starting a Hobby – Digital Photography” is an easy-to-read book exclusively written for the iPad. The author wanted to create the ultimate guide he never had when he was learning photography. To teach how specific settings affect a photo, nothing is better than showing up and compare 2 or 3 photos using different setting values.

By reading the book readers will learn about aperture, ISO, exposure time (trigger speed), depth of field, focus, white balance, histograms, lights, shadows and some tips to achieve photo subjects like portraits, kids, landscapes and night photography.

Device Requirements:
* Available on iPad
* iBooks 2.0 or later
* iOS 5.0 or later is required

Pricing and Availability:
Starting a Hobby – Digital Photography is $5.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Photography category.Starting a Hobby – Digital Photography
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SPMobile is a company based in Montreal-Canada, dedicated to iPhone development since 2008 when Apple released the first version of its iPhone SDK. With more than 10 applications for iPhone and iPad successfully deployed on App Store, now includes its first book exclusive for iBook on its portfolio. Copyright (C) 2012 SPMobile. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod, iPad and iBook are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.

###Salvador Ponticelli
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