Book on digital cameras useful for film cameras?

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  1. malkav41

    malkav41 TPF Noob!

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    I found a book on digital photography (The Digital Photography Book by Scott Kelby), and wondered if I could adapt some of the info in it to be used with film photography.

    I know the info on W/B, RAW, JPEG, and memory cards won't be of much use with film, but what about info on setting up shots, lenses, and such?

    I figure it all pretty much is covered by the same umbrella of photography, with the exception of the media used for image capture.

    Thanks for any replies I get,
    Ed

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    ANDS! No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    The only thing that wont be relevant will be information unique to the digital format. Other than that photography "rules" are photography "rules". Shouldn't be a problem (just make sure you understand what they mean about lens concersion focal length).
     
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    Yeah, a great deal of what he says will work with film cams.
     

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