The Digital Photo Fun Factory

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Running Press Book Publishers, 2005 - Crafts & Hobbies - 32 pages
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Digital photography has revolutionized the way people capture, store, share, and display their memories. But snapping that digital photo of the baby, the pooch, or the sunset over Key West is just the beginning of a wondrous realm of display options. Once the shot has been transferred from the digital camera to the computer, its creative possibilities are just about limitless. This great new book-plus kit combines proven craft techniques with computer know-how to help readers produce professional-looking personal mementoes quickly and affordably, using only popular image-editing software and an ordinary ink jet printer. Even the crafts-challenged (and the barely computer literate) will be creating hundreds of unique greeting cards, calendars, albums, scrapbooks, refrigerator magnets, mouse pads, photo frames, and other items for treasured keepsakes or thoughtful gifts before they know it. The kit comes with everything necessary to start having fun with the digital camera: four different kinds of special-effects paper, photo mats, stencils, magnets for decorating, and a 64-page guide that’s packed with fun project ideas and easy-to-follow image-editing techniques.

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About the author (2005)

Acclaimed Photoshop Elements author Adam Juniper has been involved in digital photography from the very beginning. Adam has taught Photoshop to home users and professional students, as well as putting pen to paper for a number of titles in the Zero to Hero series. Poacher turned gamekeeper, he now works on a leading series of books designed make digital photography relevant and accessible to everyone.

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