Demystify your digital camera and start having fun!
Find out about setting up shots, transferring photos, and making great prints
Don't let that digital camera sit in its box another minute! This book is much easier to read than the manual. It'll help you decode the hieroglyphics on the buttons and cables, shoot the photos you want, and then get your pictures out of the camera and into the hands - or computers - of family and friends.
The Dummies Way
• Explanations in plain English
• "Get in, get out" information
• Icons and other navigational aids
• Tear-out cheat sheet
• Top ten lists
• A dash of humor and fun
About the Author
Julie Adair King is an accomplished photographer and writer. She is the author of four For Dummies photography books, including Photo Retouching & Restoration For Dummies.
Table of Contents
Part I: Taking Your First Pictures.
Chapter 1: Exploring Your Camera’s Bells and Whistles.
Chapter 2: Prepping Your Camera.
Chapter 3: Choosing Picture Quality Options.
Chapter 4: Snapping Quick Shots.
Part II: Exploring Exposure and Focusing Options.
Chapter 5: Working by Flash Light.
Chapter 6: Tweaking Exposure and Focus.
Part III: Viewing and Saving Photos.
Chapter 7: Viewing and Erasing Pictures.
Chapter 8: Working with Picture Files.
Part IV: Sharing and Printing Photos.
Chapter 9: Preparing Pictures for Cyberspace.
Chapter 10: Sharing Pictures Online.
Chapter 11: Printing Your Pictures.
Part V: The Part of Tens.
Chapter 12: Ten Digital Photography FAQs.
Chapter 13: Ten Printing Problems (And How to Solve Them).
Chapter 14: Ten Digital Photography Shopping Tips.
Chapter 15: Ten Cool (And Useful) Digital Photography Accessories.
Appendix: Digital Photography Glossary.