Camera Basics: Nikon D7000, with Larry Becker and Mia McCormick

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Course Lessons:

Lesson 1: Lay of the Land (Duration 03:58)

Lesson 2: Image Quality (Duration 01:50)

Lesson 3: White Balance (Duration 04:02)

Lesson 4: Exposure (Duration 07:16)

Lesson 5: Focus Modes (Duration 05:46)

Lesson 6: Playback (Duration 03:20)

Lesson 7: Flash (Duration 03:21)

Lesson 8: Metering Modes (Duration 01:25)

Lesson 9: Video (Duration 03:35)

Lesson 10: Quick Tips (Duration 08:21)

Lesson 11: Extra Features (Duration 06:57)

Meet Your Instructor: Larry Becker

Larry Becker is the guy behind the inexpensive photography solutions and DIYs featured on DTownTV. That's about all you really need to know, but if you're still curious about the…

Meet Your Instructor: Mia McCormick

Mia McCormick works as a resident technology expert for Kelby Training and B&H Photo - one of the largest electronic retailers in the world. She also conducts a series of…


  1. I've been using the D7000 for a few months now (had a D90 earlier), and still learned a few things about the camera. Would love to see a class on just focusing alone and what type of focusing you might use based on the situation.

  2. I really enjoyed all the basic courses and have learned quite a bit. The basics on the D7000 was very informative. When are you going to do something on the 7100. I just took the plunge and invested in one. It sure would be nice to have a similar walk through on this one. I have noticed a few differences and am going through the manual to determine what they are. Obviously your folks make the information clearer and of course easier to understand.

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