Digital Imaging - Digital Photography - Computer Graphics - Scanning - Digital Cameras - Digital Video
This section provides general advice about working with different forms of digital media.
Digital imaging concerns working with images in a digital format, whether they come from your digital camera, or your own designs that you have either created or converted to a digital format.
Serif PhotoPlus is our supported image editor. It is included on the Computer Tool Kit disc and also available for download here. You can go directly to the pdf covering the basics of using PhotoPlus.
Our digital photography section covers the basics of what to look for in a digital camera, as well as providing resources on digital photography, and simple techniques that will greatly enhance your photographs/images.
Our section on computer graphics covers some basic concepts that can be used to spice up your computer images. Things like composition, color theory, and file formats are discussed in this section.
This section covers the basics of scanning 35mm slides and flat artwork, as well as provides some general suggestions on improving image quality.
This section will cover in some detail what to look for in a digital camera, as well as providing links to some handy digital camera resources on the web.
This section covers some basics for setting up, shooting, and streaming video over the web, as well as some popular hardware solutions for digital video.