Higher Education

Digital Photography for Teens, 1st Edition

  • Marc Campbell
  • Dave Long
  • ISBN-10: 1598632957  |  ISBN-13: 9781598632958
  • 304 Pages
  • © 2007 | Published
  • College Bookstore Wholesale Price = $18.25



Teens today are incredibly tech-savvy and usually own the latest cool gadgets--including digital cameras. Full of step-by-step illustrations covering basic digital camera techniques, Digital Photography for Teens will transform you from a point-and-shoot beginner to a digital photographer who produces really cool photos. This full-color book not only offers insight into understanding your digital camera and composing a high-quality photograph, but also tips for downloading your images to your computer, sharing them online, and creating a photo book. There are even tips for creating cool special effects or using your iPod to create photo slideshows with music.

Features and Benefits

  • Includes full-color images and step-by-step instructions
  • Serves as a detailed guide to essential equipment
  • Offers professional advice for photo composition
  • Includes tips for using image editing software

Table of Contents

1. Getting Started
2. Introducing Your Digital Camera
3. Different Shots, Different Settings
4. Expressing Yourself
5. Getting Your Pictures into the Computer
6. Organizing Your Photo Library
7. Adjusting Light and Color
8. Pushing at the Edges (of a Digital Photo)
9. Rearranging Pixels
10. Adding Finishing Touches and Special Effects
11. Showing Your Photos Onscreen
12. Making Prints

Meet the Author

Author Bio

Marc Campbell

Marc Campbell is a technology author, graphic designer, and instructor. His popular guides to computer graphics have appeared around the world in four languages. When he isn¿t trying to beat a deadline, you can find him out and about in Center City Philadelphia or at home with the lights down and the phone ringer off, his nose in a story about Robin Hood. This is his eleventh book.

Dave Long

Dave Long of Canberra, Australia, has been a photographer for several years. He went digital in 2004 and now works exclusively in the digital domain. His favorite subjects are the environment and animals, but he enjoys photographing almost anything. Rarely seen without a camera, he believes it¿s important to capture and reflect on moments and situations.