September 08, 2007
Digital Photography Basics

About five years ago, I taught a workshop on Digital Photography to an audience of DigitalEve members. Today I found the materials I used and realised that they are still useful, excepting some time-sensitive bits about price, online services, and upcoming DE events. It’s embarrassingly full of photos of me and Zoupi, but I didn’t have another model handy when I was getting ready for the workshop.

The original workshop was 3 hours long and geared towards novices. I’m sure everyone and her dog knows this material now, but in case you need a refresher or are curious about the state of digital photography in 2002, here’s what you’ll find in the PDF of the handouts linked below:

  • Overview of hardware
  • Secrets of taking good photographs (digital or otherwise)
  • “Photo safari” where everyone went out to take photos
  • How to get the pictures from the camera to the computer
  • Image editing hits and tips
  • Photo sharing options

Digital Photography
(21 MB PDF)

Posted by kuri at September 08, 2007 03:20 PM


Hi Kuri,
thanks for this tutorial. I can use some advice on how to shoot digital pictures. I got a Panasonic DMC-LZ7K a while ago.


Posted by: Alban on September 12, 2007 02:30 PM
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