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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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?You can copy a set of photos onto a memory card and carry them to a family reunion, business presentation, or other event and make a slide presentation using your digital camera and TV set or video projector.
Figure 17-25: Hooking a camera to a TV
Figure 17-26: Viewing a slideshow on TV
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Make a Mini-Movie Clip
Make a Mini-Movie Clip
1. Set your camera to movie mode.
The ability to capture mini-movie clips is a creative feature of most digital cameras. You can also use your digital camera to capture important brief moments, such as the baby's first steps, when you don't have a video camera handy.
Select the resolution or image size of the mini-movie in your camera setup screen. The larger the image, the more memory it takes to store the same length of video. Small clips are good for comments or to share a brief moment in a child's life. Larger clips are better when there is specific information to share, such as how to install a washer in a leaky faucet.
2. Hold down the button to shoot your brief movie clips.
Remember that movie clips take up more memory than still images. Keep your clips brief. You can also mix video and still images on your memory card so switching from still to movie mode during a shoot is simple.
3. Transfer your movie clips to your computer from your memory card or by connecting your USB cable (as you do for transferring still images).
4. Copy your movie clips to your computer, as shown in Figure 17-27.
5. Play back your movie clips using Microsoft Media Player, as shown in Figure 17-28.
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Figure 17-27: Copying movie clips to a computer
Figure 17-28: Viewing movie clips with Media Player
Chapter 17: Creative Mini-Projects
Record Sound Notes
Recording sound notes on your camera is a great help when you're shooting a series of images, such as when shooting a home insurance inventory. To record a brief sound note on your computer, begin by setting your camera to sound record mode.
#You can "annotate" your still images with a brief audio message so you can remember the context of the photo you're shooting later. Using sound clips for this purpose, although exacting a premium in media storage space, keeps your hands on the camera rather than switching back and forth to a notebook. The steps for planning and shooting a home insurance inventory appear earlier in this chapter, in the section "Make an Insurance Inventory."
Figure 17-29: Transferring sound notes to computer
2. Shoot your brief sound note.
Sound clips take up a significant amount of memory. Keep your sound notes brief.
3. Transfer your sound notes to your computer from your memory card or by connecting your USB cable as you do for transferring still images.
4. Copy your sound notes to your computer, which looks much the same as copying a picture or movie to your computer, as shown in Figure 17-29.
5. Play back your sound notes using Microsoft Media Player as shown in Figure 17-30.
Figure 17-30: Playing back sound notes with Media Player
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accessories, choosing, 12, 23. See also specific accessories add-on (attachment) lenses, 33 Adobe. See also Photoshop Album (Adobe); Photoshop Elements (Adobe) Photoshop, 75, 109 Web site, 143 airbrush tool for touch-up, 170 albums of photos, 150, 171-172, 185-188 alkaline batteries, 13 animals, taking shots of, 45, 177 Aperture Priority mode, 16, 30 aperture setting for close-ups, 156 applications. See software; specific programs archiving printed photos, 171-172 arranging layers in Photoshop Elements, 122 attachment lenses, 33 Auto mode, 16, 27 automatic focus defined, 17 locking, 40, 47
background adding from another photo, 128-129 bright, lighting subject with flash, 43 eliminating clutter in portraits, 42 eliminating distracting elements, 36 establishing scale for, 37 for nature shots, 46 for pet or animal shots, 45 batteries charger for, 23
choosing a camera and, 13, 26 external battery packs, 13 installing, 26 reducing usage of, 31 travel and, 175 black and white (grayscale) images, 97 blemishes on photos, removing, 95 blog creation, 180 BMP format, 74-75 bracketing exposure, 47 brightness, adjusting when editing images, 82, 90 when scanning images, 66
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Digital Photography Just the Steps For Dummies
Bullseye icon, 1 burning video CDs, 151 Burst mode, 16
camera bags, 23
cameras. See choosing a camera; digital cameras card readers, 23, 49, 51-52 card storage. See memory cards categorizing photos with tags, 146 CCD RAW format, 14, 15 CD-R storage for archiving printed photos, 172 in cameras, 10 copying photos to, 57 creating video CDs, 151 chalk effect, 100 charcoal effect, 100 china, tips for shooting, 161 choosing a camera camera functions (modes), 16-17 for documenting travels, 175 flash features, 20 form factors, 6 goals, 5
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