Digital Photography For Dummies, 7th Edition from Wiley is not just a primer on using your DSLR or point and shoot camera. It will get you started shooting but also delves into more advanced topics such as editing, sharing and uploading images. It also explores concepts such as extending the battery life in the camera, focus and exposure.
From simple auto programming to from the hip shooting and how to get rid of red eye, the book hits all the highlights of the digital world. Learn how to post your images online, get them printing from online services and send them online. The book is filled with full color examples of the concepts, tips and techniques discussed.
Table of Contents
- Part I: Gearing Up
Chapter 1: Choosing Your First (Or Next) Digital Camera
Chapter 2: Extra Goodies for Extra Fun
- Part II: Easy Does It: Taking the Fast Track to Great Pics
Chapter 3: Getting Your Camera Ready to Go
Chapter 4: Easy Does It: Great Photos in Automatic Mode
- Part III: Moving Beyond Full Auto
Chapter 5: Taking Control of Exposure
Chapter 6: Manipulating Focus and Color
Chapter 7: Getting the Shot: How the Pros Do It
- Part IV: From Camera to Computer and Beyond
Chapter 8: Viewing and Downloading Your Pictures
Chapter 9: Printing Your Pictures
Chapter 10: On screen, Mr. Sulu!
- Part V: The Part of Tens
Chapter 11: Ten Great Online Resources
Chapter 12: Top Ten Maintenance and Emergency Care Tips
- Appendix: Glossary of Digital Photography Terms
- About the Author
- Julie Adair King is the author of several photo books in Wiley's series of "Dummy" books