Managing Photographs in the Digital Age: A Basic Guide to Naming, Filing and Sharing Your Digital Photographs

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AuthorHouse, Nov 1, 2008 - Art - 108 pages
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Today's digital cameras have changed the face of professional and amateur photography. Everybody is taking pictures of everything. Every event is recorded for posterity; but ... do you know where your photographs are? In Managing Photographs in the Digital Age, explore methods for organizing your photographs so they can be found again. What a concept! Learn new options for bringing some structure to your growing digital collections using the software you already have. Capitalize on using the Internet as well as some of today's newer scanning and photography products to further expand your ability to store, retrieve and share those precious moments.
  

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Contents

Overview
1
Photography Today
2
Types of Photographs
5
Photographs from Film
6
35mm Slides
11
Digital Photographs
12
What Now?
14
Storing Nondigital Photographs
15
Digital Cameras
42
Specialized Conversion Devices
43
Compact Discs CDs
44
Digital Photo Editing Options
47
Cropping
48
Contrast
49
Red Eye
50
Image Orientation
51

Storing Tintypes
18
Scrapbooking
20
Digital Organization Methodology
23
Digitize Everything
26
Using Microsoft Windows Folder Structure
27
Naming Photos
29
Shortcuts for Renaming Files
31
Using Windows Search Capabilities
32
Viewing Files as Thumbnails
34
Copy vs DragandDrop
36
Backup Backup Backup
37
Digitizing and Storage Options
39
AllinOne Printers
41
Methods for Sharing Photographs
53
Slideshows
55
Photo Organization and Editing Software
56
Internet Repositories and Other Services
58
eMail
60
Using Groups to Send eMails
61
Closing Thoughts
63
References Glossary and Index
65
References
67
Glossary
73
Index
85
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