Complete idiots guide to digital photography (3° ed )

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Forget fiddling and consulting product manuals, heres the simple guide to capturing, saving and editing digital images.

  • According to Info Trends nearly one in every five homes will own a digital camera by the end of 2002.
  • This book features the latest version of Adobe Photoshop Elements to demonstrate image editing concepts and techniques.
  • This newly revised edition with fresh content will have a clear advantage over the woefully outdated competitors title.
Digital photography has penetrated the household market with the increasing popularity of digital imaging on PCs and the growing affordability to low-to-intermediate-resolution digital cameras. The Complete Idiots Guide to Digital Photography, Third Edition is an updated reference for budding amateurs and digital-bound professionals alike. The guide will start off presenting suitable digital cameras for beginners, understanding the correct techniques in taking a well-composed shot, plus explaining how a digital camera-- coupled with a PC--can load, manipulate and print images. Updated camera models and hot, new accessories will also be mentioned. More information will be provided about choosing the right platform for handling your digital images (Mac, Windows, PDA or other) along with detailed coverage of USB connections and FireWire. Most importantly, this third edition will use Photoshop Elements to highlight the fun and creativity behind editing digital images. A new eight-page color insert will be included.

Steven Greenberg has been a professional photographer for over 17 years. He is a 1979 graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design. In 1991, Steve started using electronic imaging to enhance his design capabilities. Since then, he has recieved additional training at the Kodak Center for Creative Imaging and the New York School of Visual Arts. Steve still produces award-winning photo-illustrations for advertising, design, and editing projects.