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Thread: Slightly OT-123 of Digital Imaging Interactive Learning by Vincent Bockaert

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    Slightly OT-123 of Digital Imaging Interactive Learning by Vincent Bockaert

    Can someone who is familiar with this software package care to comment on it? Thanks.

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    sorry I can't help, but it is for digital photography right? I think you really should be able to pick up enough information for free on the web about digital photography without buying his CD. jmo

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    Digital imaging is a pretty broad category and there are as many ways to get the information out there as you might suspect. I can't imagine there's one course that covers everything.

    It all depends on what you want. I don't get hives from spending money on education. Two things if you pick a teacher and go that route:

    1) Do the work.

    2) Know it's a process, not an end point. And have fun with it.

    There are three things. Three things:

    1) Do the work.

    2) Know it's a process, not an end point.

    3) Have fun with it. . .And know that there are lots of ways to achieve the same or a similar end.

    FOUR. There are FOUR things. . .

    Look, I'll come in again, shall I?
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    Brilliant as always, DA!

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    She didn't expect the Spanish Inquisition, DA.

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    Nobody expects the Spanish Inquistion! It just happens.

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    Akways check out the free stuff before buying. You can sometimes find what you are looking for without spending anything.

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    I did surf a lot of sites for free lessons, etc., tips and tricks, ideas. But I stopped after I had a close call with a virus. That's the problem with freebies. Thanks for your help.

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    Here is a wonderful site...called megapixel totally free:
    I love this site. Compare camera reviews.
    Learn about peripherals, camera basics.
    Enter your photos in the gallery.

    I love this site. It is clean and reputable:

    http://www.megapixel.net/html/index.php
    Last edited by screenpainter; 09-15-2009 at 07:47 AM.

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    Here is another very reputable site: National Geographic:

    http://photography.nationalgeographi...phy/photo-tips

    And this site is provided free by Hewlitt Packard. Totally trusted:

    http://www.hp.com/united-states/cons...better_photos/

    I am sure these are clean, reputable, easy to understand and very helpful.
    Last edited by screenpainter; 09-15-2009 at 07:49 AM.

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