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What are good resources for a beginning photographer?

We just upgraded to a DSLR (a Canon T2i Rebel) Since I am used to a point-and-shoot, I have no idea what settings mean what and how to use them. What are some good resources for learning how to shoot photos with a DSLR? It would be nice if the articles/books were written specifically for people going from a point-and-shoot to a DSLR.

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See also: photo.stackexchange.com/questions/4203/… –  Imre Sep 7 '11 at 21:18
    
Oops, this question is an exact duplicate. Thanks @Imre! –  daviesgeek Sep 7 '11 at 21:28

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John Greengo's course in creativeLIVE is fantastic for beginners. It will teach you the fundamentals of photography (with bias toward DSLR cameras) - from camera control to image composition. It is long (a few hours of watch) but excellent and thorough.

The same instructor also gave intro courses for specific cameras:

Canon T2i
Nikon D3100
Canon 60D
Nikon D7000

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Wow! Great resource. Thanks so much. (I didn't accept your answer yet, b/c I am waiting to see if there are other answers) –  daviesgeek Sep 7 '11 at 17:39
    
If you are unfamiliar with creativeLIVE have a look at their amazing course catalog. Also register and tune up for the FREE broadcast of live courses as they are filmed. –  ysap Sep 7 '11 at 17:41
    
Thanks for the tip. Watching the T2i video now... –  daviesgeek Sep 7 '11 at 17:48

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