Digital cameras are impressive pieces of equipment. The Digital Photography Project will teach you how your camera works, how to use its many functions and – most importantly – how to take high quality, beautiful photos you’ll want to show off.
In this project, you’ll learn:
- The history of digital photography
- How to take different types of pictures
- How to store and share your digital images
- When to use a flash or tripod for a better result
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Science & Technology
Did you know?
If your photos are turning out too dark, you can use on-board flash when in low light conditions, if your pictures are blurry, or as a fill light on a sunny day to get rid of shadows. Find out more tips and tricks to take the perfect photo with this 4-H project!