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Welcome to the second edition of Digital Photography QuickSteps. That s right, the second edition. The whole landscape of digital photography has changed since the rst edition of this book was published in 2004. Digital cameras with seven-megapixel resolution that can t in your shirt pocket are now a reality. Memory cards have increased in capacity, shutter lag is almost nonexistent, and camera lm is almost a thing of the past. In this book you ll nd the latest information for choosing a digital camera that suits your needs. You ll also nd information that will help you become a better photographer. You ll learn which camera settings you should use for taking a snapshot of your Aunt Mollie, which settings you should use to photograph Danica Patrick driving the Indy 500, and which settings you should use to photograph landscapes, wildlife, stuff you want to sell on eBay, and so on. You ll also learn tips on how to conserve camera battery life and maximize memory card usage, as well as how to accessorize your camera. In the second half of the book, you ll learn how to get the images into your computer and edit them with Photoshop Elements. This part of the book also shows you how to add pizzazz to your images with special effects, how to turn your images into slide shows, Web galleries, and much more. I hope you enjoy the book and get a lot out of it. Happy shooting. Doug Sahlin
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