202 Digital Photography Solutions: Solve Any Digital Camera Problem in 10 Minutes Or Less

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McGraw Hill Professional, 2003 - Computers - 232 pages
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The digital photography market has exploded to the point that consumers now buy as many digital cameras as traditional ones. Professional and amateur photographers are busy working out how digital technology can expand the pictures they can take and the way in which they distribute them, as well as how digital effects can dramatically alter shots after the fact. This wide new world of hi-tech photography has recently jump-started a bullish book market. 202 Digital Photography Solutions is for the hobbyist or pro who isn’t necessarily interested in reading a book, but is very interested in getting all they can out of their camera. Using 2-5 page solutions organized by function (composing a shot, digital editing of images) and deals in expert’s tips & tricks for every aspect of digital photography – from purchasing the best equipment for your needs to composing with a digital camera (knowing what kinds of clean-up or enhancement can be later done digitally) to creatively using digital special effects to create highly personalized images.

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3 How to Choose the Right Camera
4 How to Determine a Cameras Capabilities

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About the author (2003)

George H. Wallace has been a professional photographer for more than 20 years. A resident of Mechanicsburg, PA, he was previously the Manager of Photographic and Imaging Services for EXCEL Productions, Inc. and Supervisor of Corporate Photography for AMP, Incorporated.

Chuck Gloman is an independent producer, videographer, director, and film media editor. He has 25 years of experience in video, from commercial production to corporate training. He writes regularly for the publications Videography, Mix, and Government Video. He is the author of No Budget Digital Filmmaking and 303 Digital Filmmaking Solutions, also published by McGraw-Hill.

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