48 Film users: assessing the results from the lab

49 General shooting faults

50 Digital users: checking images on the desktop

299 299 307 312

Appendices 317

Appendix A Computer connection types 317

Appendix B Camera memory cards 317

Appendix C Digital camera sensor sizes and resolution [megapixels] 319

Appendix D Suggested starting speeds/apertures for difficult night scenes 320

Appendix E Scanner connections 320

Appendix F What resolution should I pick? 321

Appendix G ISO settings and their uses 322

Appendix H Minimum shutter speeds to stop camera shake 323

Appendix I Settings to control depth of field 323

Appendix J Suggested starting speeds to freeze the action of different events 324

Appendix K Flash guide numbers, apertures and distance 324

Appendix L Rollfilm and sheet film cameras 325

Appendix M Using a hand-held meter 327

Appendix N Batteries 329

Appendix O Health and safety in photography 330

Appendix P Chemically treating black and white prints 331

Glossary 338

Index 349

Digital Cameras For Beginners

Digital Cameras For Beginners

Although we usually tend to think of the digital camera as the best thing since sliced bread, there are both pros and cons with its use. Nothing is available on the market that does not have both a good and a bad side, but the key is to weigh the good against the bad in order to come up with the best of both worlds.

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