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Sharing Digital Photos: The Future of Memories

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 26, 2004

    Go from snapshots to amazing personal expression!

    This is a GREAT book filled with amazing ideas about transforming your digital photos into a whole range of forms that allow you to CREATIVELY EXPRESS YOURSELF. The book has some good stuff about digital photography techniques, but it's main value is to help you make your photos PERSONAL. Wow!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 4, 2004

    Microsoft targets our memories!!!

    Interesting subject matter -- the sharing of memories. Certainly one that every digital camera company is banking their future on. So too is Microsoft and their quest to control the mechanisms by which we share our memories. ¿Your Passion. Our potential.¿ This book works wonderfully with their recent marketing mantra. When you consider this slogan, it¿s no wonder how and why this book was published. Fortunately, the text and tips avoid the normal pitfalls of biased opinion on what cameras and software packages the everyday consumer should use. Nor does it get caught in the all-too- tempting promotion of endless Microsoft products. Overall, I'd say it's worth a look, but not if you are seeking real insight into the art of digital photography.

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