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101 Quick and Easy Secrets for Using Your Digital Photographs 1st Edition
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Once again photographer/teacher Matthew Bamberg shares his expertise as he has in his other books. In a very user friendly way he takes the reader/digital photographer by the hand and provides visual examples of all the instructions anyone would need about how to deal with the digital camera image. This is a not only a fine 'how to' book: this is sophisticated guide to finding the extensive possibilities inherent in those little palm size cameras - with a disc instead of a roll of film and a manual for instantly visualizing and altering the results of an outing instead of waiting for an exposed roll to be returned. He provides step by step instructions that leave no stone unturned. Read this book, keep it by the computer, and your needs for greeting cards, scrapbooks and family memento albums will be satisfied. Well worth adding to the desk library! Grady Harp, October 09
Chapter 1 is a primer on what most other digital photography books cover; basic editing, backing up, sorting, sharing, etc.
Chapter 2 talks about sharing. Matthew has mentioned a variety of websites that can be used to share your photos. We have all heard of Flickr, Shutterfly, and Photobucket, but nobody ever talks about Facebook and MySpace being used for photo sharing, until now. There are, of course, many more sites mentioned in this chapter.
Chapter 3 discusses sharing photos with family and friends, discussing photos at meet-up events, and creating photo-related websites.
Chapter 4 is all about making prints from your photos, which is something that the digital era has somehow made people forget that you can still get prints on paper. I'm partially guilty of this trend, too, by the way.
Chapter 5 tells you about scrap booking. My fiancee would love this! Believe it or not, but there are free digital scrap booking solutions out there as well. This chapter discusses them in detail.
Chapter 6 is my favorite. If you ever considered creating a photo blog, this chapter is for you! Blogger, WordPress, and other popular platforms are discussed and compared. Not only was this my favorite chapter, but it was also packed with some very useful and valuable information.
Chapter 7 shows you how to frame photos. Remember how the digital era has led us to forget about prints? In recent years, the digital revolution has been responsible for the development of digital frames (also covered in detail in this chapter).
Chapter 8 is for those who want to make a small income off their photos. This chapter has loads of information on how, where, and when to sell your photos in just about every fashion under the sun.
Chapter 9 is an extension of chapter 8, but talks about even more ways to sell your photos in a creative fashion.
Chapter 10 deals with getting published. Have you ever been published? It's a great feeling; if you have ever wanted or considered getting your work published, this chapter is for you.
Chapter 11 shows you how to promote yourself and your work through your photography. Everything from building a website to putting together a portfolio.
Chapter 12 is about slideshows. Just like the old-fashioned film slides I remember as a kid, the digital era has kicked it up a notch. Now you can share your photos as slideshows on YouTube, on your blog, or on a variety of other websites. This chapter shows you how!
Chapter 13 talks about the conversion from analog to digital, which is a huge step for a lot of pre-digital photographers.
All in all, this is a fantastic book I highly recommend for all skill levels!