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New iPad App Shows How to Master a DSLR Camera

If you have been wanting to upgrade your camera to a proper DSLR device, but find concepts like aperture, shutter speed, focal length or ISO a bit puzzling, now a new app available for iPad can set you free form all the auto settings, and will tutor you on getting the most out of a professional camera.

The app, Master Your DSLR Camera, provides 'the depth of a traditional book with stunning multimedia' and is available on iTunes for $10.

The developer, Open Air Publishing, makes irresistible promises to iPad owners about how they can learn the secrets of professional photographers, like how to manage movement and light, and set up shots.

The app contains in-depth HD video tutorials, interactive slideshows, quick reference glossary and many more learning tools to guide photography learners to discover the secrets of their DSLR and avoid common issues like blurry images, uneven lighting, distortion, or discoloration.

With photography experts like David Becker, who wrote the book, and Pulitzer finalist and former White House photojournalist Mary F. Calvert, who did the video tutorials, on board - users interested in becoming good photographers, or those fascinated by the subject, should check out the app.

Radu has been working as a freelance writer for more than five years and has been blogging around since 2004. He is interested in anything Apple as well as gaming and mobile applications.