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<ul><li>Slide 1</li></ul> <p>Tips For Taking Better Photos Slide 2 Use your flash. Slide 3 Tips For Taking Better Photos Use your flash. Slide 4 Tips For Taking Better Photos Use your flash. Slide 5 Tips For Taking Better Photos Use your flash. Slide 6 Tips For Taking Better Photos Use your flash. Slide 7 Tips For Taking Better Photos Use your flash. Slide 8 Tips For Taking Better Photos Use your flash. Get closer to your subjects. Slide 9 Tips For Taking Better Photos Use your flash. Get closer to your subjects. Slide 10 Tips For Taking Better Photos Use your flash. Get closer to your subjects. Work on composition. Slide 11 Tips For Taking Better Photos Use your flash. Get closer to your subjects. Work on composition. Slide 12 Tips For Taking Better Photos Use your flash. Get closer to your subjects. Work on composition. Slide 13 Tips For Taking Better Photos Use your flash. Get closer to your subjects. Work on composition. Take a lot of pictures! Slide 14 How do I get the images to my computer? Internal Card Readers Many computers today come with card readers built in. Can be added to a computer with an open bay. Slide 15 How do I get the images to my computer? External Card Readers Camera connected via USB USB / FireWire dedicated card readers Printers / Multifunction devices Slide 16 How do I get the images to my computer? WiFi Some newer cameras have built in WiFi. Camera phones. WiFi SD cards Slide 17 Share Via E-mail or Web Pages You can share photos with family and friends through email Most photo programs have an email function. Many will optimize the image for you. Slide 18 Share Via E-mail or Web Pages You can also share your images via a web page. Many programs like Picasa, Kodak EasyShare, Snapfish let you post online galleries. Blogs are another way to share your images. Slide 19 What Applications Should I Use? Free applications Ive used Slide 20 Picasa 3 Slide 21 Kodak EasyShare Slide 22 Snapfish.com Slide 23 What Applications Should I Use? Programs you pay for Slide 24 Adobe Photoshop CS4 Slide 25 Adobe Photoshop Elements 7 Slide 26 Corel Paintshop Pro 9 Slide 27 I just Deleted all my photos! Image Recovery Dont Panic! Stellar Photo Recovery MediaRECOVER 4.0 Slide 28 Digitizing Prints &amp; Film 1.Send them to a lab. 2.Scan them yourself. 3.Use your digital camera to copy prints. Slide 29 Using a Lab Advantages Saves you time in the long run. At the best labs, trained technicians inspect and correct each scan. Disadvantages May take a couple of months to get your completed order. Small risk of losing you photos and film. It will cost you some hard earned money. On average $0.35 per scan. Slide 30 The Process Organize you prints, negatives and slides. Estimate, roughly, how many of each you have. Fill out the order form. Prepay required amount. Pack you materials up and ship them as per the labs instructions. Slide 31 The Process Preview your scans and determine which are keepers. Pay the final tally. Your materials show up at your doorstep. Slide 32 Some Recomendations ScanCafe.com DigMyPics.com FotoBridge.com Slide 33 Scan Your Own You need a flatbed scanner for prints. Transparency adapter needed to scan negatives and slides. Lots of hard drive space. Even more patience! Slide 34 For Prints Color or Grayscale. Scan should have, at least, the dimensions of the original. Minimum dpi should be 300. Example: A 4x6 inch print should be scanned at 4x6 inches with a resolution of 300 dpi. Slide 35 For Slides and Negatives Negative or Transparency. Scan film at 100% of frame size. Resolution for 35mm film should be 2000 - 3000dpi. This will give you the option of making prints from the scan of 8x10 easily. Slide 36 How Do I Keep My Photos Safe? Burn to CDs/DVDs Keep photos on media cards Use an incremental backup system Copy to multiple Hard drives Use a RAID 5 system. Slide 37 CDs / DVDs Advantages Inexpensive Easy to store. Reasonably stable. Disadvantages Slowest of the medias Limited storage. Will degrade over time. Slide 38 Media Cards Advantages Your images are already on the card. Writes fast. Solid state, no moving parts. Very stable. Disadvantages Relatively expensive. Limited storage. Small size can make it hard to keep track of. You need a card reader to access the card. Slide 39 Hard Drives Advantages Least expensive per MB. Huge amounts of storage. Very fast read / write speeds. Disadvantages Fairly fragile. Moving parts can breakdown. Some need external power. </p>