Digital Photo Projects For Dummies presents a unique twist on understanding the basics of digital photography. This full-color book walks you through the most common projects and tasks you'll encounter in your digital photography activities. The book demonstrates the basics of setting your camera for the best shot before diving into how to approve your photos. Projects include adding light to a dark photo, improving focus, getting rid of red-eye, touching up blemishes, creating a collage, building a scrapbook page, turning a photo into a flyer or business card, and turning a photo into a piece of artwork ready for framing. This book includes a DVD that contains "screencast" lessons created by the author that let you watch the specific steps of each project on your screen while you do them yourself. The DVD also includes trial versions of the software used in the book as well as sample images from the text. Note: CD-ROM/DVD and other supplementary materials are not included as part of eBook file.
About the author
Julie Adair King is the best-selling author of many books about digital imaging, including Digital Photography For Dummies, Shooting & Sharing Digital Photos For Dummies, and Digital Photography Before & After Makeovers. When not writing, she teaches at various locations, including such noted photography schools as the Palm Beach Photographic Centre in Florida. A native of Ohio and a graduate of Purdue University, King now resides with her furboy, Mocha the Wacky Wheaten Terrier, in Indianapolis, Indiana.
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