With digital cameras selling faster every day, there are countless new owners desperate for a very basic overview. Problem solved: Kodak is here with a beginner's guide that delivers a rich blend of information, inspiration, and visual interest that will orient the newcomer in the exciting world of digital photograpy. After whetting the novice's appetite with an overview of the advantages of digital technology, it explains the fundamentals of camera resolution; the ins and outs of essential equipment; and a variety of techniques for utilizing flash and exposure settings, zoom features, and achieving great effects, indoors or out. There are even time-tested tips on how to see creatively, and comprehensive coverage of downloading, editing, and printing the pictures. Loads of images, charts, and illustrations show the way.
The Kodak most basic book of digital photography
New York :, Lark Books,, c2006.
95 p. :,ill. (some col.) ;,26 cm.
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