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Don't Spend a Dime: The Path to Low-Cost Computing by James Floyd Kelly

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Chapter 7. Photo Editing

It's hard for me to imagine a time when I took pictures using rolls of film, but in reality, it was only about eight years ago that I purchased my first digital camera. I was able to take pictures and have them stored on a small memory card that fit inside my camera. At the time, my memory card limited me to about 90 pictures, but that was still more than the standard 24 exposures I could take using a single roll of film. Digital photography was definitely the way to go.

Today, buying a camera typically implies a digital camera. Sure, some professional photographers still use film, but for ease of use, you just can't beat digital. Getting your pictures printed on paper is as easy as inserting the memory card into a store's ...

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