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The Basic Book of Digital Photography - Tom Grimm & Michelle Grimm


Book Description:
The Basic Book of Digital Photography is the definitive guide to the expansive world of digital photography from two of the field's most established authorities. Tom Grimm and Michele Grimm steer photographers through the new era of digital imaging.
This comprehensive handbook covers how to compose the best shots with cameras ranging from point-and-shoot to the increasingly popular SLR (single lens reflex) models, and takes you through the steps to improve, display, and preserve your images. You'll learn most everything there is to know about digital photography, including:
* Which camera is best for your needs
* Ways to store your image files and share them on the Internet
* Techniques for editing and improving your photos with computer software
* How to record video clips on your digital camera and use your camera phone
With its lively text, more than four hundred helpful photos and illustrations, and an extensive glossary, The Basic Book of Digital Photography is an indispensable reference for amateur and professional photographers alike.

About Authors:
Tom Grimm and Michele Grimm, authors of The Basic Book of Digital Photography: How to Shoot, Enhance, and Share Your Digital Pictures, are a husband-and-wife photojournalism team who have spent nearly four decades traveling the globe; the couple has visited every continent and more than 130 countries in search of the perfect photographic image. Their photographs and articles have been published worldwide in magazines and newspapers and on the Internet. The Grimms are authors and illustrators of thirteen adult and children's books.
For more information: www.TomGrimm.com

©2009

My Take on the Book:
A highly instructional and educational look at digital photography. It also touches base on other electronics, such as phones with photo capability, printers, and various attachments. It is a great way to learn more about your camera and what you can do with it. It even talks about various programs for finishing your photos, or making digital prints. Incredible information!
I recommend this book, we all love photos, and some even take them. This book will help!

~ I was not compensated for this post. This review is my honest opinion. ~

Comments

  1. I just was talking to someone about this very topic. I'd like to get back into photo taking. I just don't have the time right now.

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    http://www.melandriaromero.net/2010/01/contest-sponsors.html

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