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Which Camera?
Which Resolution?
Which Lens?
Which Memory?
How to Edit
Use in PowerPoint
Printing

 

 

A Brief Guide to Digital Photography
and it's use in Presentations

Just five reasons for going digital include:

  1. Convenience - you get the picture you wanted with out waiting for the processing
  2. Flexibility - your image is immediately available for other uses
  3. Editability - almost any aspect of the image can be quickly and easily edited
  4. Environmentally friendly - no wasteful and harmful photo processing chemicals
  5. Price - a bigger investment to begin with, but no more film and processing costs

A basic point-and-shoot digital stills camera is likely to cost between four and six times the cost of an similarly specified compact 35mm camera. However, this will only have the out-of-the-box ability to take about sixteen photographs unless more is invested in purchasing further storage media (about the price of yet another 35mm camera). The resulting digital images can then be imported into presentations or other electronic documents, or taken via the removable storage media to a conventional photo processors for printing (nearly all of whom now have to offer a digital imaging service to survive); or the user can manage the printing his or herself, provided they have the right equipment and materials.

Which Camera? | Which Resolution? | Which Lens? | Which Memory?
How to Edit | Use in PowerPoint | Printing

Updated:
24 May, 2006

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