As any photographer--amateur or professional--knows, the weather can present unique challenges during a photo shoot. But with some preparation, even cold, rainy days can produce some beautiful images.
Caring for your digital camera is not only easy, it can help extend its service life and ensure years of quality images.
To help educate consumers, here are some basic digital camera terms defined...
Using a cell phone used to be expensive because few people had them, and they had to pay for the transmission service. Now, the cost is shared by millions of people, which makes the cost of owning a cell phone much less expensive.
When buying a phone, opinions differ as to whether you should choose your phone first or your carrier first. Each carrier offers different service plans, and each offers different phones.
Safety experts generally agree that using a cell phone while driving is a bad idea unless you have an entirely hands-free system--and texting while driving is dangerous.
Depending on the type of photography you will be doing, it may be helpful to keep the following tips in mind.
Outlined below are some tips for shooting video like a pro.
The term megapixel means one million pixels. A digital camera whose image sensor captures a photograph with 10 million pixels, for example, is called a 10-megapixel camera.
Many of today's cell phones and other portable communications devices offer fairly similar capabilities and performance.
Today's digital cameras generally fall into two broad categories: compact digital cameras and digital single-lens reflex (DSLR) cameras.
ENERGY STAR(R) is a joint program of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). Its purpose is to provide product ratings, and other information, to encourage consumers to purchase energy-efficient products and services.
Consumers continue to grow more trusting of the Internet to handle
their big-ticket purchases, according to the J.D. Power and Associates
2012 Digital Single-Lens Reflex Camera (DSLR) Online Buyer ReportSM. The
report reveals high levels of purchase satisfaction among online buyers
of DSLR cameras, and--perhaps more significantly--a sharp increase in
Online buyers of DSLR cameras make an average online expenditure of $1,291--a 10 percent increase and up from $1,175 in 2011, according to the J.D. Power and Associates 2012 Digital Single-Lens Reflex Camera Online Buyer ReportSM released today.
1. Find a photo printer that fits your budget
Identify how much you are willing to spend on a photo printer, then prioritize the features that you want in your printer.
2. Assure compatibility with your camera/memory card
Some printers can directly connect to certain digital cameras or print directly from a memory card, eliminating the need to hook them up to a computer.