Photography & Digital Imaging
Everything you need to get started and keeping going in Photography & Digital Imaging
|Adobe Photoshop 5.0 LE Image-editing software will help you make the most of the pictures you take with your digital camera. Few pieces of software are more beloved by graphic designers than Adobe's Photoshop, but the professional tool's professional price can make it a daunting purchase for hobbyists or aspiring artists. Photoshop LE removes that barrier with a scaled-back feature set that still packs plenty of power at a far friendlier price tag.|
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|Other Photo and Graphics Software|
Check out our Graphics software for graphics tools galore. From Photoshop to FrontPage, you'll find everything you need to digitally edit your photos and share them over the Internet.
|Digital Darkroom - Digital Storage Solutions||Memory & Power|
- Photo Storage Solutions
This article explores some of the different storage media available and helps you decide which might be the ideal format for you.
- Hewlett-Packard 9100i 8x4x32 Internal IDE CD-RW Drive
If you use a traditional film camera, negatives provide a convenient way to archive your photos. However, digital cameras don't produce negatives, and your computer's hard disk is an impractical long-term image storage solution. Many digital photographers have turned to a CD recorder such as the Hewlett-Packard 9100i CD-RW drive as an affordable way to store their photos, since a single CD costs around a dollar and can hold approximately 1,000 2-megapixel images. The HP's fast 8x write speed means you can fill a 650 MB disc in around 10 minutes, and its 32x read speed is quick enough to use as a standard CD-ROM drive.
Digital cameras are voracious devourers of batteries, and nothing is worse than having your batteries fail at a critical moment. With that in mind, check out our collection of batteries for digital cameras, and make sure you never suffer another power outage. Read more
|With the possible exception of the Casio QV3000, which ships with the 340 MB IBM Microdrive, no digital camera seems to come with enough memory for practical use at low compression levels. The answer to this dilemma is, of course, to buy more memory. Whether your camera uses CompactFlash or SmartMedia cards, Amazon.com offers a wide selection of brands and sizes to fit your memory needs. Read more|
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