Digital Camera Know-How
Get more from your digital camera.
Need to know what to look for when buying a digital camera? Confused by technical jargon and complex information? Don't know how to make the best of your digital camera or how to organise your current collection of photos?
Help is at hand with Digital Camera Know-How. Eight step-by-step lessons demonstrate the essential things you need to know about choosing and using equipment and software, manipulating and organising your photos and sharing them with friends and family. A searchable index allows you to quickly find the information you need, or you can use the menu to find your way around.
A step-by-step guide: from choosing the right camera to taking, updating, printing and sharing your photos.
- Before buying a camera: What you should know
- Technical considerations: Help with understanding lens aperture, shutter speed , ISO settings
- Advanced techniques: Learn about built in flash and balancing indoor lighting, red-eye reduction and maximising the life of your battery
- Digital cameras and computers: Ensure your equipment is compatible and achieve optimum print results by choosing the best printer for your needs
- Post processing: Learn how to enhance the quality of your photos using image editing software
- Slide shows: Create professional-looking presentations and computer-generated photo albums and add written or voice commentary
- Utilities: Download your photos from your camera, view and manage them or copy them to disc
- Digital photos and the internet: Use your email or share your pictures with others via the internet
Image editing software can be used to edit and improve your images. You can select and order your images into an electronic photo album.
|Platform||Windows 2000, Windows 98, Windows Millenium, Windows XP, Windows Vista 32-bit|
- Windows® 98/Me/2000/XP/Vista
- Pentium® III 800MHz processor
- 256MB RAM (512MB for Vista)
- 16-bit Colour
- 16-bit Soundcard
- Printer optional
- Internet Explorer® 5.0 or higher.