|Date:||Tue, 17 Oct 2006 09:56:45 +0300|
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Aside from inheriting the features of traditional photography, digital photography only improved the ability to produce the exact desired image. This can be seen as small variations in color and tone in image.
Another rarely explored issue is the immediacy of digital photography.
Traditional photography, on the other hand, is still an easy and convenient way to make and store high-resolution images.
These help you to become more unconventional and try out different experiments that you would normally avoid with conventional film.
However, this is the most important consideration - photography will become more creative and effective if the end product is of the best quality. A point to remember when designing for variable date printing is to resist the temptation to over personalize and over design.
Also, if you're not too keen with the use of computers, you should probably stay with conventional cameras. With a consistent user interface, moving from one application to another is easy.
However, digital photography could also be very time consuming, especially when we consider the many possibilities of digital manipulation.
Every creation can now be worthy of the exaltations and awe reserved for those found in galleries and exhibits. Digital cameras have larger image sensors than the average pocket digicams.
I love the conformity and traditionalism of having a conventional camera. Every creation can now be worthy of the exaltations and awe reserved for those found in galleries and exhibits.
But choices of paper and preparation of files require special care. The digital camera is one of these devices that exemplify the big difference between the world of analog and the digital. All digital cameras have a built-in computer, and all of them record images in an entirely electronic form.
Immediate results are sometimes not much productive. Just simply store your shots, and when you want some prints, you can simply send them to your local photo lab and print only what you need and want. With it, you can certainly close a great deal right there and then at the right time.
You can choose any paper that the printing company guarantees will work with their digital press for the type of job you want to print.
That's why Adobe is introducing this one whole package as "the complete design environment for print and Web publishing". It can connect to Macintosh PowerBooks, Windows notebooks, Pocket PCs, Palm OS handhelds, Win CE handhelds, and other selected Bluetooth-enabled mobile phones.
With a consistent user interface, moving from one application to another is easy.
There are only numerous aspects revolving around the use of digital photography versus traditional photography.
However, digital photography could also be very time consuming, especially when we consider the many possibilities of digital manipulation. Once needed, there is no assurance that computers will be able to access them for future use.
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