Digital Photo Madness! 50 Weird & Wacky Things to Do with Your Digital Camera by Thom Gaines

Digital Photo Madness! 50 Weird & Wacky Things to Do with Your Digital Camera

Written by Thom Gaines
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Digital Photo Madness! 50 Weird & Wacky Things to Do with Your Digital Camera by Thom Gaines

Kids are crazy for digital photography: it's hip and provides instant gratification. This appealing, irreverent and fully updated guide gives children 10 and up the wherewithal to go wild with the new technology. Featuring the latest equipment and software, revised stats and a fresh new cover, it explains everything from using the camera to coordinating it with the computer, printer and scanner to manipulating the images. Then, they can dive right into 50 cool, inventive activities and turn their friends into aliens, make a Warhol-esque pop art masterpiece and create a trapped-in-the-computer screen saver!

About the Author

Thom Gaines has over ten years of experience in design and publishing. He lives in western North Carolina, where he returned after a few years spent living in Bangkok, Thailand, teaching publishing and multimedia.

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128 pages


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Publication date

8th May 2010



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