Make Your Own Digital Photo Scrapbook

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Friedman/Fairfax, 2002 - Computers - 160 pages
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“This handy guide describes computer equipment and software and gives hints for successful digitizing. The projects are for family albums or office presentations and include suggested software with illustrations of sample computer screens. Up-to-date information makes this a good selec-tion for public library computer or crafts collections.”—Library Journal.

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Make Your Own Digital Photo Scrapbook: How to Turn Your Digital Photos into Fun for All Your Friends and Family

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Digital photos may be obtained by using a digital camera, a computer scanner, or downloading from the Internet. Since digitized photos are so easy to manipulate and print, they can freely be ... Read full review

About the author (2002)

Roger Pring is a well-established author, graphic designer, and educator who has been at the forefront of digital design since the early 1980s. After lecturing at the former London College of Printing, he taught computer design skills in France and the Middle East. He now runs the Cooper Dale design consultancy in London, England. His previous books include Photoshop Type Effects Visual Encyclopedia, www.type, and www.color, all produced by the Ilex Press.

Ivan Hissey studied design and illustration at Brighton University and the Royal College of Art, and has illustrated continuously in a wide range of media for over 30 years. His illustrations, caricatures and cartoons have appeared in books and magazines of every description.

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