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This book takes readers step by step through the process of using digital cameras, providing insider tips and tricks that help them master the essentials of digital photography and create Web-ready images. Everything from equipment selection to the hidden costs of accessories to related software can be found in this shortcut guide.
This book provides you with the material you need to make a wise purchasing decision and then to make use of digital photography technology. It quickly describes desirable features in equipment, what to expect at a given price level, and what ihiddeni costs are to be expected for accessories and related software. It also explains how to correct problems common to digital images. Finally, it provides the essential information for making images Web-ready.
About the Author
About the Author Ken Milburn is a digital imaging expert, as well as an experienced author of many books and articles on computer graphics. He has decades of experience as an advertising and editorial photographer who started working in conventional photography and now works exclusively in digital media.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Understanding Your Digital Camera.
Chapter 2: Taking Your First Picture.
Chapter 3: Shooting Outdoors.
Chapter 4: Shooting Indoors.
Chapter 5: Transferring Your Photos to a PC.
Chapter 6: Fixing Your Photos Digitally.
Chapter 7: Printing Your Photos.
Chapter 8: Sharing Photos over the Internet.
Chapter 9: Organizing Your Digital Photos.
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