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Starting digital photography in this field is extremely important factor for the generation of this todays and tomorrows and the day before yesterday's twenty first century sent text message over the phone using a phone which is cellular or a mobile phone. It can do many function such as receiving photographic displays and its cameral. In particular has made it possible to capture an image and then instantly distribute it around the world. Digital photography has also closed the darkroom and opened up an entirely new way to edit and present images. A digital camera, a notebook computer, and a high-speed Internet connection make each of us a node on an ever-expanding network of photographers and viewers. In this on-line book we explore photography in a very traditional way, but the emphasis is on ode nary technology from digital cameras, to digital darkrooms, to on-line publishing and sharing of images. This text provides an introduction to all aspects of the emerging world of digital photography. Starting with the camera and image capture, it then goes on the discuss image storage transfer, dieting, printing, and distribution. ...read more.

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Once captured, digital photographs are already in a universal format that makes them Incredible and fantastic alarming and its is made lot and lot easy to distribute and use. For example, you can insert digital photographs in to word processing documents, send them by e-mail to friends, or post them on a Web site where any one in the world can see them. With many cameras you can immediately see your images on a small LCD screen on the back of the camera, or you can connect the camera to a TV and show them much like a slide show. Some cameras can even be connected to a microscope or telescope to display dramatically enlarged images on a large-screen TV. Digital photography is instant photography without the film costs! The popular, there is one aspect that is rarely mentioned. This is the new freedom it gives you to explore creative photography. In the 1870's when William Henry Jackson was carrying 20 x 24 glass plate negatives around the West on a mule, you can bet he hesitated before he took a photograph. ...read more.

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Once a photograph is in digital form, you can store it on your system and then edit or Man epilate it with a photo-editing program such as Photoshop. The things you can do to a digital image are almost endless. In some cases you improve an image by eliminating or reducing its flaws. In other cases, you adjust an image for other purposes, perhaps to make it smaller for e-mailing or posting on a Web site. Finally, you might take an image to a new place, making it something it never was. Here are just a few of the ways you can process images: � Crop the photograph to emphasize the key part. � Reduce the size of the photograph to make it smaller for posting on the Web or e-mailing. � Use filters to sharpen it or even make it look like a watercolor or oil painting. � Stitch together multiple frames to create panoramas. � Merge two images to create a 3D stereo effect, or an animated image for display on the Web. � Change brightness and contrast to improve the image. � Cut and paste parts of one image into another to create a photo montage. � Convert the photograph to another format. ...read more.

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