How To Do Everything with Your Digital Camera

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Mcgraw-hill, Jul 24, 2002 - Computers - 416 pages
Do more with your digital camera than you ever thought possible with help from this easy-to-use guide. You'll understand digital photography basics, learn to share results through e-mail or the Internet, store images electronically, apply advanced photography techniques, perform image editing, and much more. This book dissects digital photography in bite-sized, understandable sections that will help anyone--from beginner to professional--have a better digital camera experience.

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Although the title is a little overstated, this book does offer a fairly comprehensive introduction to digital photography. Johnson opens by discussing virtually all of the technical essentials of ... Read full review

Contents

Composition Essentials
43
Basics of Flash Photography
72
CHAPTER 1
81
Copyright

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Dave Johnson Dave is the co-founder and CTO of Nitobi Software, a Vancouver-based AJAX component vendor and consulting firm. Dave spends most of his time on architecting and building high performance AJAX components for use in web-based applications. A core focus of Nitobi is building AJAX components and user interfaces that deliver real value to customers through increased productivity and higher efficiency. Dave has spoken around the world about AJAX and web development, including AJAXWorld 2006, XTech 2007, and JavaOne 2007. Dave has a bachelor of science degree in electrical engineering from the University of British Columbia and is completing his Ph.D. at Imperial College London. Alexei White Alexei is a developer, designer, and user-experience advocate. As product manager for component tools at Nitobi and a long-time developer of AJAX components and applications, he tries to find ways to build web applications that are faster, cheaper, and that users love. He is the primary architect of RobotReplay (www.robotreplay.com), a next generation web-analytics tool by Nitobi and SayZu (www.sayzu.com), an AJAX-driven, up-and-coming web survey service. At Nitobi, he has been involved in the design and development of many mission-critical and largescale web applications with an emphasis on rich, AJAX-driven interfaces. Alexei has a bachelor's degree in commerce from the University of British Columbia, and he lives in Vancouver. Andre CharlandAndre Charland co-founded Nitobi in 1998 after working for several other Internet startups. As president and CEO, he is directly involved in software development and has successfully executed more than 100 development projects. He was also an earlyproponent of the building blocks of AJAX. Andre has spoken widely on AJAX, blogging, and web usability. He has been quoted internationally in the media on blogging for business and maintains his own blog at http: //captainajax.com. Charland is on the board of BALLE BC and co-founder of the Social Tech Brewing Co.

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