Digital Photography For Seniors For Dummies by Mark Justice Hinton

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A no-hassle, plain-English guide for seniors getting started with digital photography Following in the footsteps of our hugely successful Computers For Seniors For Dummies (978-0-470-24055-7), this friendly guide is one of the only books written specifically for digital photographers 55 and older--the fastest growing segment of the market. Featuring large print, lots of full-color example photographs, and an informal, accessible style, it covers everything from choosing a camera model and taking great pictures to editing photos with a computer and sharing them with family and friends. It demystifies digital camera jargon, explains how to adjust a zoom and use a flash, and demonstrates how to capture action, close-ups, landscapes, night scenes, and more. Mark Justice Hinton (Albuquerque, NM) is a technology guru and avid digital photographer. Mark maintains a technology help blog at www.mjhinton.com.
 

About Mark Justice Hinton

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Mark Justice Hinton teaches computer classes for the University of New Mexico Division of Continuing Education as well as digital photography classes. He is also the author of PC Magazine Windows Vista Solutions. Mark maintains a tech help blog at www.mjhinton.com/help.
 
Published April 6, 2009 by For Dummies. 352 pages
Genres: Arts & Photography, Computers & Technology. Non-fiction

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