Synopses & Reviews
This book will not only teach you what
you can do after you obtain your digital photos, it will also teach you how
to do it using simple step by step instructions. It was written for the beginner, intermediate and advanced user of Digital Photography. Even if you do not yet own a digital camera, this book can help you understand why you should.
Whether you have obtained your digital photos by the click of a digital camera, the click of a scanner button or by the click of a mouse button as you get them in emails or from the Internet, you can use this book to organize, modify, print, share, use and preserve your digtal photos at your own level of proficiency. Up until the "click", it has been a "photography" issue. But after the "click", it becomes a "computer software" issue. Common sense dictates that you would want to learn what to do next from a Software expert. This is not another complicated computer book full of unknown words and useless diagrams. Instead, it consists of step by step instructions in a simple format that lead you through the various options available to you so you can fully enjoy your digital photos.
If you have a PC with at least Windows XP and Microsoft Word, you can use Digital Photography: Click, Then What? to its fullest without having to purchase any other software.