Wednesday, 21 November 2012

PHOTO EDITING FOR TOTAL BEGINNERS


PHOTO EDITING FOR TOTAL BEGINNERS

Last issue you should have learned how you can transfer your pictures (and video) from your handsets onto your PC or MAC. Do you remember the ways in which you can do it?

1. Remove the microSD card and place it in a card reader attached to your PC via USB or you might be fortunate that your PC has the card reader built into it! You can also use an adapter whereby you slot the microSD into a standard SD size card and then put that into a card reader. From there you can copy the contents onto the PC in a unique folder that you created. You can then burn the folder contents to a CDR or DVDR.

2.
Bluetooth transfer: your PC will require a Bluetooth dongle.

3. You can connect your handset to the PC with the dual purpose cable that doubles up as a charger! Your handset then becomes, for all intents and purposes, a external hard drive for you to explore, copy to and from – of course to copy and paste your photos to another location!

4. Wi-Fi! I will explain that method to you another time... You should be able to perform the top 3 methods with confidence.

In this tutorial you are going to learn about the following:

A. Resolution vs. Dimension
B. Dots Per Inch (DPI) / Printing
C. Colour values: RGB, Web and CYMK
D. Photo file formats.
E. Hardware: smartphones, digital cameras and scanners.
F. Photo manipulation / editing software free and commercial.

Chill out! I am going to make it as easy as possible for you!

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