The Digital Photography instructional program prepares the students to capture an image directly with a digital camera, by capturing a frame from a video, and by scanning a conventional photograph and then applying a wide variety of special effects to it with image enhancing software.
Digital photography is a process that uses an electronic device called a digital camera to capture an image. Instead of film, it uses an electronic digital sensor to translate light into electrical signals. In the camera, the signals are stored as tiny bits of data in bitmaps, tiny bits of data that form the image.
Digital cameras are more convenient than film cameras, and since buying and developing film are not necessary, operating costs are lower. Also, a captured image can be instantly checked on the monitor and, if necessary, retaken.
PATRICIA Digital Photography is designed for the novice photographer with no previous experience with digital cameras, and for the experienced as well. Contact Patricia Bean