Digital photography is becoming more popular with both pros and
amateurs. While switching from film to digital is an easy way
to cut the costs of family photos, the wide range of cameras,
video cameras and combos make choosing the right one a tough choice.
Learn what megapixels mean to your finished photos and what other
special terms affect the pictures you'll take.
Should you get a camera-video combo or wait for the technology
to improve? How important is telephoto to your shots or does it
make sense to skip the cameras that allow for real close ups?
Is the higher price tag camera the better one for what you need
or is a simple point and shoot your best buy?
Around the Web, get answers and advice from novice to professional
to help with buying decisions, along with tips on getting better pictures with
the digital camera equipment you choose.
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The informative digital photo courses are only the beginning.
You'll be coming back here often.
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of cameras, advice on using them, a glossary, tips on software
and much more. The links are impressive.
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forums, a powerful digital camera database all in a state of the
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Resource - From free tutorials to advice on recovering
lost images on disks, this site's insights into working your digital
camera are priceless. Check the 'how to' section for advanced
Internet Brothers - This site is a hodgepodge of how-to
and philosophical musings and very nicely put together. The section
on digital cameras and photography is simple and extensive. Surf
over to their travel photos before you leave.