Do you want to get to grips with your camera? Do you want to take some great photos and make them even better using your computer? Do you want to learn how to create great photo albums, share photos on the internet, even create slideshows to share with family and friends? Teach Yourself Photography for the Over 50s shows you how to choose a camera, become familiar with its use and how to use it to produce some memorable photos. Written in a manner that is especially suited to and of interest to older readers the book uses clear instructions, useful hints and tips and illustrations to present all the essential techniques. Avoiding jargon and computerspeak, the book also shows you how to use your computer with your camera. Mindful that not everyone will have, or want to use a computer, the book also explores opportunities for producing great photos without a computer. Photography for the Over 50s also takes a look at the extensive libraries of photos that many older readers may possess and you will see how these too can be improved using simple computer techniques.This book is also a good complement to Teach Yourself Computing for the Over 50s and Teach Yourself Internet & Email for the Over 50s.
Peter Cope is a highly experienced technology author and journalist, who has already published with Teach Yourself and who writes regularly for MacWorld.