Briggs Chapter 6

February 23, 2012 | Leave a Comment

A photo says 1,000 words.

You know a good picture when you see it and thanks to HD camera phones everyone is a photographer.

Nikon DSLR

Disposable cameras are toys of the past. It’s all about digital photography.  It’s easy to take a picture and send it out via social media or enhance it. “The key to understand how to work with digital photographs is all in the pixels.” Mark Briggs, the author of Journalism 2.0, say that “Pixel is a mashed-up word meaning PICture ELement.”

There are two types of cameras. The first is a a point and shoot. Point and shoot cameras are pretty affordable with a lens and flash built in. A DSLR camera is more expensive because it lens is 10 times bigger and the quality is uncomparable.

Chapter 6 also discusses what programs are best to use for editing photographs and how to do so.



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