Digital Photography All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies

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John Wiley & Sons, Jan 4, 2011 - Photography - 670 pages
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It’s easy to get started in digital photography and takegreat photos with Digital Photography All-in-One Desk ReferenceFor Dummies!   This fourth edition helps you choose theright camera, compose and capture great photos, load them onto yourcomputer, enhance them with Photoshop, and share them online or asprints. Here’s how to compare digital camera features, chooseaccessories, and explore digital SLRs; get great close-ups, sportsand action shots, and portraits; and use image editors includingPaint Shop Pro, Corel PhotoPaint, PhotoImpact, and Adobe’spopular Photoshop and Photoshop Elements. You’ll alsodiscover how to:
  • Compose pictures that communicate
  • Make the most of macro photography
  • Get great candid photos
  • Create the right lighting and use cool lighting gadgets

Take advantage of six cool improvements in digital SLRs

  • Follow great ideas for getting your photos published
  • Take great shots in a wide range of situations
  • Learn to repair and restore treasured heirloom photos
  • Turn your images into greeting cards, T-shirts, online albums,or prints

You’ll quickly find what you need in one of the sevenminibooks:

  • Your Digital Studio
  • Using Digital SLRs
  • Taking Great Pictures
  • Basics of Image Editing
  • Editing with Photoshop/Photoshop Elements
  • Restoring Old Photos
  • Printing and Sharing Digital Images

Digital Photography All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies,4th Edition gets you up to speed on digital cameras and all thetricks, so you can truly enjoy your digital photographyexperience.


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David D. Busch has written more than 60 books on digital photography, image editing, and photo restoration, including Digital SLR Cameras & Photography For Dummies. He has been a photography instructor and has operated his own studio.

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