How to Do Everything by Dave Johnson
Digital Camera

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Capture stunning photos with your digital camera

Now you can take professional-quality shots every time-no matter what kind of digital camera you're using. Completely updated for the latest technologies, How to Do Everything: Digital Camera, Fifth Edition shows you how to take full advantage of all of your camera's features and settings. You'll learn the fundamentals of photography, composition, lighting, and exposure, and get techniques for different subjects and situations. The book also explains how to use a variety of photo-editing tools and offers expert tips for storing, sharing, and printing your photographs.

Choose the best digital camera and accessories for your needs Get the most out of a Digital SLR camera and interchangeable lenses Compose great shots and control lighting and exposure Master close-ups, action shots, panoramas, and high dynamic range photos Organize, store, and share photos in JPG, TIF, GIF, and RAW formats Edit, enhance, correct, repair, and crop your images Have fun with special effects and photo projects Print professional-quality photos Troubleshoot and maintain your digital camera
 

About Dave Johnson

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Dave Johnson is the editor of PC World's weekly digital photDave Johnson is the editor of PC World's weekly digital photography newsletter, Digital Focus. He is the bestselling autography newsletter, Digital Focus. He is the bestselling author of previous editions of this book as well as several othhor of previous editions of this book as well as several other titles. Dave is also an award-winning photographer. er titles. Dave is also an award-winning photographer.
 
Published October 20, 2005 by McGraw-Hill Osborne Media. 456 pages
Genres: Computers & Technology, Arts & Photography, Literature & Fiction, Humor & Entertainment. Non-fiction

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