Learn Digital Photography

February 26, 2010

We have been going through some of the elements of digital photography in order to help you learn some of the best techniques to use when photographing your children. Each post has been meant to help advance your knowledge and to encourage you to continue to photograph your children.

But perhaps you are more interested in delving deeper into the subject, and to learn even more about digital photography. Whether you have a point-and-shoot camera or the latest Canon or Nikon digital camera the more you know about digital photography the better the photographs you will create.

As you improve in your photography skills and compare photographs you took earlier on with the ones you can take today you will be amazed at how much you have improved. I don’t know about you, but when I am looking at photographs on the internet or tv some really leap out at me with their clarity, and how they strongly draw my eyes to the subject the photographer wanted me to concentrate on.

Well, I have recently reviewed a great product that can help you achieve those kinds of results. The program is called 123di (1,2,3 Digital Imaging), and was written by a professional photographer who began his career at the age of 11.

Vincent Bockaert has an MBA from the J.L. Kellogg Graduate School at Northwestern University, and he has combined his lifelong passion for photographer with his deep interest in computers, software and digital technology.

Over the years he has developed algorithms to seamlessly transform digital images, published digital imaging content on the Internet, extensively researched image enhancement methods, alpha and beta tested several software packages, developed Graphical User Interfaces, judged digital imaging contests, and conducted digital imaging seminars.

Now you too have the opportunity to benefit from his work and learn how to take great photographs of your children for yourself. Take a tour of his website at www.123di.com where you can learn more about his product and even view some demos about this wonderful product.

Again, you can find this wonderful photography course at www.123di.com.

Remember, keep taking lots and lots of photographs of your kids. You will be glad you did!
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Betty Muscott, Child Photographer

Betty Muscott, Child Photographer

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