Digital Photo Madness: 50 Weird & Wacky Things to Do with Your Digital Camera

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Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., 2006 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 128 pages
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Kids are crazy for digital photography: it's hip and it offers instant gratification. With this appealing, irreverent companion to The Kids' Guide to Digital Photography, children 10 years and up can go wild with the new technology. It explains everything a kid needs to know about digital photography, from using the camera to coordinating it with the computer, printer, and scanner to manipulating the images. Budding photographers can explore such fun topics as Cool Shots; Simple Photo Manipulations; Color Your World; Combining Photos; Majorly Manipulated; and Funky Photos. Then, armed with this knowledge, they can dive right into 50 cool, inventive activities and turn their friends into aliens, make a Warhol-esque pop art masterpiece, and create a “trapped-in-the-computer” screen saver! 
 

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Contents

Introduction
6
Portraits People
24
Snow White Not Gray
30
Color Combos
38
See the Light or Lack of It
44
Flashy Effects
50
Seeing is Believing
56
Line Language
62
Self Portrait
80
Museum Shmuseum
86
Light Bending
94
Hilarious Ham
100
Fun with Filters
106
Hello Kitty
112
Reflecting Pool Postcard
118
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