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DVD guide to digital photography
photo-i, in association with Canon, is producing a series of DVDs on digital photography. The first to be released is 'A guide to digital photography' showing you how to get the best results from your digital camera. The DVD contains a series of assignments and tutorials and pictures are manipulated in Adobe Photoshop Elements 4.0 (from summer 2006 it will use Photoshop CS).
A guide to digital photography
photo-i (in association with Canon) is producing a series of DVDs. The first (getting started) is aimed at the first time digital user. This DVD, which is optimised for TV viewing, contains a series of assignments shot on location exclusively for this DVD. It shows the viewer in a user-friendly way how to get the best results from their digital camera.
The pictures are manipulated in Adobe Photoshop Elements 4.0 (subsequent DVDs, available from 2006, will use Photoshop CS2). The manipulations are in the form of a fully animated screen movie, this enables the viewer to see the manipulations taking place in real time. Each assignment lasts for more than 12 minutes inclusive of the screen tutorial video and to-camera dialogue.
Running time: 2 hrs, 20 mins.
Format : DVD video PAL – 4:3, optimised for TV viewing
Price: GB£ 14.99
Availability: Via the web at www.photo-i.co.uk