The Kids' Guide to Digital Photography: How to Shoot, Save, Play with & Print Your Digital Photos

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Lark Books, 2004 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 96 pages
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Digital photography is hot, and kids want to get in on the fun. This comprehensive instructional guide, created especially for youngsters, tells them exactly what they need to know to capture those birthday parties, school events, sleepovers, and family vacations. Every important question gets an easy-to-understand answer: What’s a pixel? What is resolution and why does it matter? How can I make computers, scanners, and printers work with my camera? Children will get creative with software that alters and enhances images, and learn new ways to add text, adjust color and brightness, and change a background. Fifteen appealing projects, from turning snapshots into puzzles to crafting unique CD covers, photo magnets, and digital scrapbooks, make this a no-brainer for the budding photographer.
 

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this book is really a piece of junk,,kids usually dont prefer to read such lot of pages .

Contents

INTRODUCTION
6
CHAPTER
16
2JQ LEARN YOUR CAMERA
26
Once you find the printer thats right for
83
GLOSSARY
94
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Jen Bidner is a volunteer K9 handler with Illinois- Wisconsin Search & Rescue Dogs (ILL-WIS), a not-forprofit canine unit that helps law enforcement agencies and fire departments in the Midwest find lost and missing people. She is the author of over a dozen books.

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