Most people are awash in digital photosasome taken, some receivedastuffed here and there in random folders and albums across a hard drive. In The Digital Shoebox, Sarah Bay Williams, creator of the image archiving system used by the Academy AwardsAr, shares her foolproof method for effectively organizing, finding, and sharing photos so you never lose track of your most precious memories. Unlike many books on digital photography that are driven by software, The Digital Shoebox teaches readers an easy-to-remember and easy-to-repeat system that doesnat feel like homework or require learning lots of complicated software applications. Part 1 of the book guides readers through the seven most important steps for organizing photos; Part 2 is packed with tips on ways to enjoy and share those photos. Each chapter closes with some slightly more advanced information, should readers want to get qtechnical.q Based on the authoras experience as photography coordinator for the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, and as someone who simply loves taking photos, The Digital Shoebox is the first concise and user-centered guide solely dedicated to organizing a personal digital photography collection. Takes a fun and easy-to-implement approach to asset management, featuring a friendly writing style and charming illustrations Teaches the seven key steps needed to help users keep photos organized, available, and safe Includes a qBeyond the Boxq section at the end of each chapter for more advanced readers who want to move beyond the basicsUsing Manual Camera Settings Four settings that you might find under the camera icon when using the Manual setting are White Balance (WB), ISO, ... White Balance (WB) helps the camera process color under different lighting conditions, eliminating strange color casts. ... But top-end DSLRs like the Nikon D3 and the Canon EOS 5D Mark II can handle very high ISOs, such as 3200 and even 6400.
|Author||:||Sarah Bay Williams|
|Publisher||:||Peachpit Press - 2009-09-25|