How to Do Everything with Digital Photography

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McGraw Hill Professional, Mar 22, 2004 - Technology & Engineering - 376 pages
Avoid the time-consuming task of image editing by taking great pictures from the get-go. Dave Huss walks you through the fundamentals of taking great digital photographs by dispelling digital photography myths and teaching you how to maximize all camera features available to you. Discover how to take clear, sharp, professional-level photographs every time; use light wisely; use flash photography to your advantage; match your camera to your computer; share your photos, and much more.

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Contents

Your Approach to Digital Photography
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Novice or Casual Photographers
5
The Difference Between Digital and Film Cameras
6
Copyright

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Dave Huss has been involved in photography for over 40 years and was an early advocate of digital photography. He has authored more than 15 books on digital photo editing and scanning. Dave's photo work has won several international competitions and he has taught workshops in both the US and Europe, been interviewed on both CNN and TechTV and served as a Photoshop World instructor.

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