Learn about the latest equipment available, from cameras to printers, and how
to use that equipment to compose better pictures, edit images, and include
photos with your e-mail. Perfect for the beginning digital photographer, this
easy-to-follow format helps anyone take the best picture possible.
About the Author David D. Busch has been demystifying computers, digital
imaging, and photography since the early 1980s with nearly 70 books and 2500
magazine articles for dozens of leading computer and photographic magazines,
including Macworld, Computer Shopper, The Rangefinder, and The Professional
Photographer. Digital Photography For Dummies Quick Reference is his second book
in the For Dummies series. Before he was seduced by the dark side of technology
in 1977, Busch operated his own photo studio and had his work published on the
covers of magazines and in both print and television advertising. He says his
chief motivation in writing books these days is to create venues for publishing
photos of his wife and four children.
Table of Contents:
The Big Picture: Digital Photography.
PART I: Deciding on a Digital Camera.
PART II: Getting the Most from Your Lens.
PART III: Choosing and Using Storage.
PART IV: Lighting It Just Right.
PART V: Composing Great Pictures.
PART VI: Taking Various Kinds of Photographs.
PART VII: Editing Images.
PART VIII: Getting Creative with Your Photos.
PART IX: Appendix.
Glossary: Tech Talk.