Why Should I Buy a Digital Camera?

November 16, 2009

Just what is so special about a starter digital camera? Well, first of all, there is no film to take to Wal-Mart or a photo shop to be developed. As soon as you take a picture, you can open it up and look at it on your computer if you have installed the software that comes with the camera. Your camera should also have instructions for transferring the photos to your computer. However, it’s simpler to use a viewer, which you can get at a computer store or online. Viewers interface via USB. All the money you regularly spend on having film developed will be saved as well as the nuisance of taking film and leaving it and going back to pick up the pictures, many of which will not be what you had hoped for.

Secondly, you can see what you are going to shoot on a small screen built into the camera. You can also look at it again after you shoot. If the shot isn’t what you want, you can shoot again immediately. Both of these features make it possible to get photos that satisfy your wants and desires. Most people take many more pictures after they discard their non-digital cameras in favor of a digital one.

Take the time to organize your computer files so you can find the photo you want when you want it. It’s a good idea to label a photo with what is in it, so you don’t have to open all the ones with the original number codes in order to find just the one you’re looking for. An example: front of Tennessee house with flag.

With practice, most people become quite proficient with their starter digital cameras. Being able to share family photos online with all their friends and relatives at absolutely no cost makes the price of a digital camera extremely attractive and reasonable. In addition, the purchase of an inexpensive photo printer expands the possibilities.

You can afford to buy attractive frames when you spend so little producing a special picture for Christmas presents. Grandparents, uncles, aunts, and other friends and relatives love to collect a wall of pictures of family they do not get to see all the time. In fact, even if they get to see them all the time, they will treasure gifts of special pictures. For example, you see how cute and enchanting your toddler is in his everyday activities, so if you use your digital camera to take a lot of shots, you will come up with just the right one or ones to make the grandparents very happy.

Betty Muscott, Child Photographer

Betty Muscott, Child Photographer


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