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Digital photography just the steps for dummies - Jones F.

Jones F. Digital photography just the steps for dummies - Wiley publishing , 2005. - 240 p.
ISBN: 0-7645-7477-9
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This book takes you through digital photography from soup to nuts. You start out by figuring out what type of digital camera and accessories you need, and you progress through using the camera to editing digital photos to great digital photography projects.
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Digital Photography Just the Steps For Dummies
How This Book Is Organized
Digital Photography Just the Steps For Dummies is divided into four parts.
Part I: Acquiring Digital Photos
Digital photos can come from a variety of sources. Of course, you can take them with a digital camera (and Chapter 1 tells you about the types of cameras and accessories that are available). But you can also acquire digital photos by scanning the figures. Everything you need to get digital photos onto your computer including, of course, taking the pictures themselves is covered in this part.
Part II: Editing and Enhancing Digital Photos
The great thing about digital photos is that after you take the photo, you're not at the mercy of the development studio. You can fix most problems yourself. I show you how with two editing tools: Microsoft Photo Editor, which comes with Microsoft Office, and Adobe Photoshop Elements, a popular image editing program that costs around $100.
Part III: Keeping and Sharing Your Photos
Digital photos are subject to entropy, especially on your computer. Before all becomes chaos, check out the organizational tips in this part.
Having great pictures organized on your computer is one thing, but you probably would rather have them in your photo album, gracing your walls, and in picture frames on the mantle. Not to mention photos that you want to e-mail, add to your blog, or share in other ways. This part provides the step-by-step procedures for all this and more.
Part IV: Special Projects
The Special Projects part gives you much to choose from. Interested in taking pictures of items that you want to sell on eBay? Turn to Chapter 14. Want to know how to plan and take great vacation photos? Check out Chapter 15. Looking to restore and archive your precious family photos? Go to Chapter 16. And finally, Chapter 17 provides a large group of simple projects that covers a host of other great uses of your digital camera, from taking insurance photos to wedding pictures. Have fun!
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Don't feel like you have to do anything in order. You're the driver and Digital Photography Just the Steps For Dummies is your vehicle. You decide where you want to go. But time's a' wastin'. There's no time like the present to get started!
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Part I
Acquiring Digital Photos
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Chapter 1: Selecting a Camera and Accessories ...........5
Choose a Camera Form Factor ..........................6
Choose Camera Resolution..............................7
Evaluate Lens Features ...............................8
Evaluate Picture Storage Solutions ..................10
Evaluate Zoom Lenses ................................11
Choose a Tripod .....................................12
Evaluate Camera Power Solutions .....................13
Evaluate Supported Output Formats ...................14
Review Image Statistics..............................15
Evaluate Camera Functions............................16
Evaluate Image Transfer Solutions ...................18
Evaluate Supported Camera Technologies 19
Choose Flash Features ...............................20
Choose Other Features ...............................21
Choose Other Accessories ............................23
Chapter 2: Setting Up and Using the Camera .............25
Set Up Your Camera ..................................26
Point and Shoot in Auto Mode ........................27
Zoom In on an Object ................................28
Adjust Brightness in Program Mode....................28
Snap a Portrait Using Automatic Settings ............29
Stop Action Using Automatic Settings ................29
Lengthen Depth of Field .............................30
Use Shutter Priority Mode ...........................30
Reduce Battery Usage ................................31
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